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Vol.  40,  No.  4 


1995 


Contents 

Fisheries  Review  News-  List  Issue '" 

AQUATIC  PLANTS  AND  THEIR  CONTROL     ' 

CULTURE  AND  PROPAGATION 

General  Fish  Culture 

Trout  and  Salmon  Culture 

Other  Anadromous  Species  Culture '" 

Warmwalor  Culture     

Mariculture -„ 

Feeds,  Feeding,  and  Nutrition    ';; 

Transporting  Fish 

Aquariums     „_ 

Miscellaneous  Culture  Techniques  and  Equipment 

LIMNOLOGY  AND  OCEANOGRAPHY 29 

29 
General -,,, 

Benlhos 

MORPHOLOGY,  PHYSIOLOGY,  GENETICS  AND  BEHAVIOR 

Physiology    ;-,••: M, 

Genetics,  Variation  Studies  and  Hybridization    ™ 

Behavior     

NATURAL  HISTORY 

Life  History-General  Works ™ 

Population  Studies,  Production,  Recruitment,  etc ^ 

Spawning  Habits  And  Movements,  Fecundity,  etc ȣ 

Movements,  Seasonal  And  Depth  Distribution,  etc j£ 

Foods/Feeding ~ 

Age  and  Growth _- 

Geographical  Distribution,  Fish  Surveys,  etc •" 

Abundance,  Factors  of;  Survival  and  Mortality    JJJJ 

Identification,  Keys,  Classification 1W 

PARASITES  AND  DISEASES 

„          .  105 

General 110 

Bacterial  Diseases ! 

Fungal  Diseases , 

Protozoan  Diseases J26 

Viral  Diseases 1    , 

Other  Diseases  and  Parasites    '•" 

POLLUTION  AND  TOXICOLOGY 

139 
Pollulion 

Fish  Kills 4 

Toxicology;  Bioassays 

RESEARCH  AND  MANAGEMENT 

General If0 

Administration  and  Planning 1DU 


H<il)it.it  Alterations 

Harvest,  (iiM'ICi'iiMh,  i'li     . 

({ebullitions 

fish  Control  anil  Ri'inuv.il  ... 

M.irkinf,  iiinlTaiuiinn 

Slocking  ;uul  Inlrixluriiiiiis      .  .  . 
Fishinp, liiw •imlTi!iil)nii|in)s  . 
ftirlilijMlinn  of  Soil  ami  Water  ,  .  . 

Fishways,  fish  l'iiss.i(jf.''lhi(ni(',h  If, .,  i<u 

M,illi<>in,ili(;s,  Sliilistlc.il  Mi'llimls,  ,iiul  Mini. 
Liik(<  MiinagKMii'iil  iind  ({('stMtt  I)   . 
Rivor  .Hid  Stream  M.maiii'im-nl  ,ind  KCMMU 
l.iirp,<>  Impoundment  MiUiatjciiirni  ,1111!  KCM- 
Ebtu.nry  Miiriiij'.finii'nt  ,ui(t  UcSi'.iti  li     ,  . 
Miirini;  M;iiiiiu(!iin'iit  .mil  KI-SIMM  li     . 

Utilization  of  lisluiiyl'miluch     

Misc.  T(!clinl<|iies  and  i:<|iii|>mrni  .... 

Reviews,  Bil)llonr,i|jlili's,  en: 

Walcrshui 
Miscollanoous 


AUTHOR  INDEX 
GEOGRAPHICAL  INDCX 

SUBJECT  INDEX 

SYSTEMATIC  INDEX     ,  . 


SYMPOSIA  INDEXED 
BOOKS  RECEIVED    . 


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FR  40(4) 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 


AQUATIC  PLANTS  AND  THEIR  CONTROL 

95-007071  Eatles,  Richard  and  Ed  Sleinkoenig.  AN  EVALUATION  OF  AQUATIC  VEGETATION  CONTROL 
BY  TR1PLOID  GRASS  CARP  IN  VIRGINIA  PONDS.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  J2-17  March  1 994. 
Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5,  p.  437-442.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Game  &  Inland  Fish.,  6530  Indian  River  Rd.,  Virginia  Beach,  VA  23464]  Ctenop/iaryngoc/on  idetla  and 
Micropterus  salmoides.. 

95-007072     Groeneveld,  David  P.  and  Richard  H.  French.  HYDRODYNAMIC  CONTROL  OF  AN  EMERGENT 
AQUATIC  PLANT{SC/RPUS>\CUTUS)  IN  OPEN  CHANNELS.  Water  Rescur.Bu//.3l(3):S05-514.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Resour.  Manage.  Consult,,  Inc.,  P.O.  Box  208,  Bishop,  CA  93514) 

95-007073  Paerl,  Hans  W.  and  Craig  S.  Tucker.  ECOLOGY  OF  BLUE-GREEN  ALGAE  IN  AQUACULTURE 
PONDS.  I.  World  Aquacult.  Soc.  26(2):1 09-1 31.1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Sci,,  Univ.  N.C.  Chapel  Hill,  3431  Arendell  St.,  Morehead  City  2B557] 

GENERAL  FISH  CULTURE 

95-007074  Aboulboul,  Yossi;  Roy  Arviv  and  Janp  van  Rijn.  ANAEROBIC  TREATMENT  OF  INTENSIVE  FISH 
CULTURE  EFFLUENTS:  VOLATILE  FATTY  ACID  MEDIATED  DENITRIFICATION.  Aquacutlure  133(1):2t-32. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[van  Rijn:  Dep.  Anim.  Sci,,  Fac.  Agric.,  Hebrew  Univ.  Jerusalem,  Rchovot  76100,  Israel.  fax:972-fl-465763; 
e-mail:vanru  n@agri.huji.ac.il] 

95-007075  Ackefors,  Hans;  Jay  V.  Huner  and  Mark  Konikoff.  INTRODUCTION  TO  THE  GENERAL  PRINCIPLES 
OF  AQUACULTURE.  Food  Prod  Press  (Haworth  Press,  Inc.)  172p.  1994,  Available  in  $39.93  (clolh:  ISBN 
1-56022-012-0)  from  Food  Prod.  Press,  Haworth  Press,  10  Alice  St.,  Binghamton,  NY  13904-1580. 
tel:800-342-9670;  fax;607-722-6362.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Aqual.  Ecol.,  Univ.  Stockholm,  Stockholm,  Sweden) 

95-007076  Al-Sahll,  M.  J,  and  S.  M.  Dass.  AQUACULTURE  IN  SAUDI  ARABIA.  World  Aquacult.  26(2):33-34. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Aquacult,,  Minist.  Aquacult.  &  Water,  Riyadh-1 1 1 95,  Saudi  Arabia] 

95-007077     Armstrong,  R.  D.  CANADIAN  REGULATORY  APPROVAL  OF  THERAPUETANTS  FOR  FOOD  FISH 
TREATMENT.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle, 
Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p,  W-23.3. 1 994.  PR  40(4) 
[Salmon  Health  Consortium,  924  -  275  Slater  St.,  Ottawa,  ON,  Canada] 

95-00707B  Avault,  James  W.,  Jr.  HOW  TO  BE  SUCCESSFUL  IN  COMMERCIAL  AQUACULTURE  Aquacult. 
Mag,  21(4):84-89,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|La,  Slate  Univ.,  Baton  Rouge  70003] 

95-007079  Bado,  ].  C.  [DEFINITION  OP  THE  QUALITY  OF  AQUATIC  PRODUCTS  FOR  THE  CONSUMER: 
IGGISLATION.t  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  t/ie  fnternalionii/  Conference 
•Bordeaux  Aquacutlure  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  Match  23-25,  t994. ).  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers.  F.ur.  Aquacult. 
Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  331.  1994.  In  French,  FR  40(4) 

[D.G.C.C.R.F.  Cite  Admin,  Chasseloup  Laubal,  Ave.  Porte  Dauphine,  BP  549,  17023  La  Rochelle  cedex, 
France] 

95-007080     Beveridge,  M.  C.  M.  and  ).  F.  Muir.  CONTROLLING  AQUACULTURE  SYSTEMS  FOR 
ENVIRONMENTAL  MANAGEMENT.  Measures  for  Success;  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the 
International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquactilture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  f.  Sevila, 
compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  20-21. 1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Aquacult,,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

95-007081     Bolssavy,  C.  GEOTHERMAL  AQUACULTURE  IN  E.E.C.  Measures  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts 
of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  trance,  March 
23-25,  J 994.  /.  Mufr  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacull  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2 1 .  p.  26-27. 1 994.  FR  40(4) 
(Geolhcrrna  S.A.,  Cent.  Affaires  Paris-Nord,  "Le  Continental"  -  BP  358,  F-93153  Le  Blanc-Mesnil,  France] 

95-007082     Borja,  A.  and  V.  Valencia.  [FOUR  YEAR  SURVEILLANCE,  1990-1 993,  OF  AQU ACULTURC  WATER 
QUALITY  IN  THE  BASQUE  PROVINCES  (SPAIN).]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at 
the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1 994. 1.  Mttir  and  F. 
Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacull  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21 .  p.  38-39. 1 994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 
[AZTI-SIO,  Av.  Sntrustegul,  B,  20008  San  Sebastian,  Spain] 

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FR  40(4) 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

GENERAL  FISH  CULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007097  Frank,  Robyn  C,  editor.  U.S.  AGRICULTURAL  INFORMATION  NETWORK  NATIONAL 
CONFERENCE  -  'RURAL  INFORMATION  AT  THE  CROSSROADS:  ISSUES  AND  OPPORTUNITIES,"  AUBURN 
UNIVERSITY,  AUBURN,  ALABAMA,  OCTOBER  28-30, 1 993  -  SELECTED  PAPERS.  I.  Agric.  &  Food  Inf.  3(1  ):3-1 05. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

Selected  papers  indexed  in  Ihis  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-007098  Hussenot, ).; ).-!..  Martin;  M.  Feuillet-Girard  and  D.  Gautier.  [ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  QUALITY  OF 
SEDIMENTS  IN  AQUACULTURE  USING  FAST  AND  SIMPLE  TECHNIQUES.)  Measures  (or  Success;  Abstracts  of 
Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994.  A  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers,  F.ur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  47-48.  1994.  In  French. 
FR  40(4) 

|CenI.  Rech,  Ecol.  Mar.  &  Aquacult.  (CNRS-IFREMER),  BP  5,  1 7137  L'Houmeau,  France] 

95-007099  Josupeit,  Helga.  IMPACT  OF  AQUACULTURE  PRODUCTION  ON  MARKET  PRICES.  MO 
Aquacult.  News/.  No.  9.  p.  5-7.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

|Rsh  Utilization  &  Market.  Serv.,  Inland  Water  Kesour.  &  Aquacult.  Serv.,  Fish.  Dep.,  Food  &  Agric,  Organ. 
United  Nations,  Viale  delle  Termc  Caracalla,  Rome,  00100  Italy.  tel:39-6-5225007;  fax:39-6-610181; 
e-mail:39-6-52253020|  Sparus  auratus  and  Dicenlrarc/ws  labrax, 

95-007100  Kamler,  Cwa;  Malgorzata  Szlarninska  and  Ewa  Urban-)czierska.  REPRODUCTION  AND  EARLY 
DEVELOPMENT  OF  FISH:  SUMMARY  OF  STUDIES  CARRIED  OUT  AT  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  ECOLOGICAL 
BIOENERGETICS,  INSTITUTE  OF  ECOLOGY,  DZIEKANOW  LESNY  NEAR  WARSAW,  POLAND.  Development, 
Growth  and  Rearing  of  Fish  Larvae  in  Relation  of  Changing  the  Environmental  Demands:  Based  on  a  Workshop  al 
the  Vlth  Congress  of  European  Ichthyologists,  Budapest,  Hungary,  15-19  August  1988.  Ian  W.  M.  Osse,  fritz 
ScWemer,  and  Malgorzata  Szlaminska,  editors,  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiot,  36(4):5 1 7-522.  1 909.  FR  40(4} 

95-0071 01      Karl,  Russell  and  N.  M.  lBnelzi.  VISITOR  INTERACTION  WITH  THE  SEALIFE  AQUARIUM.  AAZPA 
(Am.  Assoc.  Zoo/,  Parks  Aquariums)  Reg.  Conf.  Proc.  p.  61 8-620.  1 993.  FR  40(4) 
[Carnegie  Sci.  Cent.,  Pittsburgh,  PA] 

95-007102  Kelly,  I  lam  A.;  Malcolm  C.  M.  Bcveridge;  Donald  ].  Baird  and  James  F.  Muir,  organizers.  SPECIAL 
ISSUE'  AQUACULTURE  AND  WATER  RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT.  PAPERS  FROM  AN  INTERNATIONAL 
SYMPOSIUM  HELD  AT  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  STIRLING,  21-25  JUNE  1 994,  Aquacult.  Res.  26(B):5 1 3-616. 1 995. 
FR40(4)  ,  ,  . 

[Inst.  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland]  Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries 
Review, 

95-0071 03  Krlshnalah,  N.  V.;  M.  S.  Reddy  and  C.  H.  R.  K.  Murlhy.  PROBLEMS  ENCOUNTERED  BY  THE  FISH 
FARMERS  IN  THE  SHORT  DURATION  TRAINING  PROGRAMME  IN  ANDHRA  PRADESH,  Mysore/,  Agric.  Set. 
26(1):107-109.  1992,  FR  40(4) 

95-0071 04  Kryvi,  Makon.  COASTAL  ZONE  MANAGEMENT  IN  NORWAY-LENKA  AND  ITS  APPLICATIONS. 
Proceed/nys  of  the  Canada-Norway  Workshop  on  Enwronmenla/  Impacts  ofAquaculture.  A.  Ervik,  P.  Kupka  l-lanscn, 
and  V.  Wennevik,  editors.  Fiskcn  Havct  No.  13,  p.  19-27. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Cty.  Gov.  Hordaland,  Environ.  Prot.  Dep,,  Walckendorfsgl.  6,  N-5001  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-0071 01  Lassanyl,  Mary  E.  INFORMATION  CENTERS  OF  THE  NATIONAL  AGRICULTURAL  LIBRARY,  U.S. 
DEPARTMENT  OF  AGRICULTURE.  US.  Agricultural  Information  Network  National  Conference  -  "Rural 
Information  at  t/ie  Crossroads:  Issues  and  Opportunities,"  Auburn  University,  Auburn,  Alabama,  October  2B-30, 
1 993 -Selected  Papers.  Robyn  C.  Frank,  editor.  I.  Agric.  &  Food  Inf.  3(1):47-57.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Agric.  Trade  &  Marketing  Inf.  Cent.,  Natl,  Agric.  Library,  U.S,  Dep.  Agric,,  10301  Baltimore  Blvd.,  Boltsville, 
MD  20705-2351] 

95-007106  Lecart,  P.  (LABELS  AND  CERTIFICATION  OF  PRODUCT  CONFORMITY  FOR  AQUACULTURE 
PRODUCTS  1  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  Jhe  Int&national  Conference 
"Bordeaux  Aquaculturc  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1 994, 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Fur.  Aquacult. 
Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  336-337. 1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4} 

[Cent.  Dev.  Certifications  Qualites  Agric.  Aliment,,  9  Ave.  Georges  V,  75008  Paris,  France] 

95-007107  liltved,  H.  and  B.  Landfald.  USE  OF  ALTERNATIVE  DISINFECTANTS,  INDIVIDUALLY  AND  IN 
COMBINATION,  IN  AQUACULTURAL  WASTEWATER  TREATMENT.  Spec/a/  Issue;  Aquaculturc  and  Water 
Resource  Management.  Papers  from  an  international  Symposium  Held  at  the  University  of  Siir/mft  21-25  tune 
1991  Liam  A.  Kelty,  Malcolm  C.  M.  Beveridge,  Donald  /.  Balrd,  and  lames  F,  Muir,  organizers.  Aquacult.  Res. 
26(8):567-576.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Akvapian-nlva  AS,  P.O.  Box  735,  N-9001  Tromso,  Norway! 

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GENERAL  FISH  CULTURE  (Continued) 


FR,ENCH  SPECIFICAT|ONS  IN  THE  CONSERVATION  OF  PRODUCTS 
:  Abstrac(s  of  Cbntrifauttons  Presented  at  tne 


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.  Soc.  5pec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  342-343.  1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 

lAFNOR,  Serv.  "Qualile  cte  la  Vie"  Tour  Europe,  92049  Paris  Defense,  France) 


?NPUTSTO  A  ffi^SS™  ri«  FrZAaSF'  C'ark;  N'  McLean  and  M-  R'  Smilh-  CONTROL  OF  PHOSPHORUS 
PaLSllnS    K  ^KE:ACA5^?UDY-5Pe™'^^:AqU3c^reand  Water  Resource  Man^em^l. 

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95-007112     Molt,  Donald  F.  and  Richard  D.  Flynt.  EVALUATION 


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Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fishes  Review. 

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95-0071  27     Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  SOU.  AND  SUBSTRATE  ANALYSIS.  In:  fish  Med/cfr*.  Michacf  *C  SlosfcopC 
""•SJJ  *£^£$$«U  Species  Med,  Co,,.  VoL  Med.  N.C.  S«.  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607, 
95-007U8     Sl0skopf,  Michael  K.  HOSPITAUZATION.  In:  Fbh  Medfc/ne.  Mtehae/  K.  Siosfcopt  cdftor.  p.  98-1  1  2. 
1  "foS.  Companion  Anim.  *  Special  Specie,  Med.,  Co,,.  V,,.  Med,  N.C.  Sta.e  Univ.,  R**  27607, 
95-007129     Subasinghe,  Rohana.  D.SEASE  CONTROL  AND  HEALTH  MANAGEMENT  IN  AQUACULTURE. 
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[Cent.  Vet.  Lab,,  Oslo,  Norway) 

95-007132     Tucker,CraieS.WATERANALYS,S.fn:p1M^dne.M/cnae^.S,oS«cdIto 
FR  40(4)  [Miss.  State  Univ.,  Mississippi  State  39762, 

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TROUT  AND  SALMON  CULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007147     de  March,  0.  C.  E.  AN  EVALUATION  OF  THE  IMPORTANCE  OF  WITHIN-FAMILY  SELECTION 
FOR  JUVENILE  GROWTH  CHARACTERISTICS  IN  ARCTIC  CHAR.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  57(3);1 92-1 98. 1 995,  FR  40(4) 
[Freshwater  Insl.,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  501  University  Crescent,  Winnipeg,  MB,  Canada  R3T  2N6]  Salvelimis 
alpinus. 

95-0071 48  Dickhoff,  Walton  W,;  Brian  R,  Beckman;  Donald  A.  Larsen;  Conrad  V.  W.  Mahnken;  Carl  B.  Schreck; 
Cameron  Sliarpe  and  Waldo  S.  Zaugg,  QUALITY  ASSESSMENT  OF  HATCHERY-REARED  SPRING  CHINOOK 
SALMON  SMOLTS  IN  THE  COLUMBIA  RIVER  BASIN,  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1 994, 
Harold  L  Schramm  IT.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  292-302.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(NMFS,  Nothwest  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  Coaslal  Zone  &  Estuar.  Studies  Div.,  2725  Montlake  Blvd.  E,,  Seattle,  WA 
981 12]  Oncor/tync/ius  tsnawytscna. 

95-007149  Doughty,  C.  R.  and  C.  D.  McPhail.  MONITORING  THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACTS  AND 
CONSENT  COMPLIANCE  OF  FRESHWATER  FISH  FARMS.  Special  Issue:  Aquaculture  and  Wafer  Resource 
Management.  Papers  from  an  /ntcrnal/ona/  Symposium  Held  31  the  University  of  Stirling,  2  1-25  lune  1 994.  l.iam 
A.  Kelly,  Malcolm  C.  M.  Reveridge,  Donald  I.  Baird,  ant/ Barnes  F.  Muir,  organizers.  Aquacutt.  RES.  26(8):557-565. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Clyde  River  Purif.  Board,  Rivers  House,  Murray  Rd.,  E.  Kilbride,  Glasgow  G75  OLA,  Scotland) 

95-007150     Dwyer,  William  I1,  and  Robb  F.  Leary.  BROODSTOCK  DEVELOPMENT  PLAN  FOR  THE  FLUVIAL 
ARCTIC  GRAYLING  IN  MONTANA.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of 
the  Internationa!  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L 
Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am,  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  570.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[4050  Bridgcr  Canyon  Rd.,  Bozcman,  MT  59715)  Tliymal/us  arclicus. 

95-007151  Eikebrokk,  B,;  R.  Piedrahita  and  Y.  Ulgenes.  RATES  OF  FISH  WASTE  PRODUCTION  AND 
EFFLUENT  DISCHARGE  FROM  A  RECIRCULATING  SYSTEM  (BIOFISH)  UNDER  COMMERCIAL  CONDITIONS, 
Special  Issue:  Aquaculture  and  Witter  Resource  Management.  Papers  from  an  hiternaf/ona/  Symposium  Held  at 
the  University  of  Stirling,  2 1-25  lune  1 994.  Ltam  A.  Kelly,  Malcolm  C.  M.  Beveridge,  Donald  I.  Baird,  and  lames  F. 
Muir,  organizers,  Aquacult.  Res.  26(B):589-599.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(SINTEF  NHL,  N-7034  Trondheim,  Norway] 

95-0071 52  Ewing,  R.  D.  and  S.  K,  EwinB.  REVIEW  OF  THE  EFFECTS  OF  REARING  DENSITY  ON  SURVIVAL 
TO  ADULTHOOD  FOR  PACIFIC  SALMON.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  57(1):1-2S.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

(Biotech  Res.  &  Consult.,  Inc.,  2340  S.E.  Ryan  St.,  Corvallis,  OR  97333]  Oncorhyndius  klsulch  and  O. 
tshflwyisc/ia. 

95-0071 53     Ewinp,  R.  D.;  D.  V.  Buchanan  and  M.  Wade.  EFFECTOF  HATCHERY  LIGHTING  ON  SMOLTINC, 
MIGRATION,  AND  SURVIVAL  OF  STEELHEAD.  Prog.  Fish-Cull.  57(1):70-77.  1995,  FR  40(4) 
[Blolech  Res.  &  Consult,,  Inc.,  2340  S.E,  Ryan  Si.,  Corvallis,  OR  97333]  Oficor/iynchus  myWss. 

95-007154  Ezurc,  Miitsuko.  [A  SUMMARY  OF  SALMON  PROPAGATION  IN  JAPAN  DURING  THE  1993 
FISCAL  YEAR.]  Special  Issue:  Salmon  and  Environment  of  River.  Hiroya  Shimitu,  organizer.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido 
Salmon  Hatchery  No.  1 64,  p.  49-61 ,  1 995.  In  Japanese1  witli  English  summ.  FR  40(<J) 

[Active  Manage.  Div,,  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatch.,  Fish,  Agency  Japan,  2-2  Nakanoshima,Toyolilra-kb,  Sapporo 
062,  Japan]  Oncorhynchus  nerkit,  O.  gor/nischa,  O.  /ceia,  and  O.  mason. 

95-0071 55     Flags,  Thomas  A,;  Desmond  ].  Maynard;  Sieve  L.  Schroder  and  Conrad  V.  W.  Mahnken.  NATURAL 
REARING  TECHNOLOGIES  TO  PRODUCE  WILD-LIKE  SALMON  FROM  HATCHERIES.  /Sa/mon  Seminar 
Abstracts:  40th  Salmon  Seminar,  November  M,  /994.J  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon 
Hatchery  No.  164.  p.  70-71.  1995.  In  English  and  Japanese.  FK  40(4) 
Oncorhynchus  ishawytscha. 

95-0071 56     Flang  Thomas  A.;  Conrad  V.  W.  Mahnken  and  Keith  A.  Johnson.  CAPTIVE  BROODSTOCKS  FOR 
RECOVERY  OF  SNAKE  RIVER  SOCKEYE  SALMON.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  J  994. 
Harold  L  Schramm  jr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  01-90. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
[NMFS,  Northwest  Fisli.  Sci.  Cent.,  2725  Montlnke  Blvd.  E,,Seallle,WA  9811 2)  Oncorhync/iusner/ca  in  Idaho. 

95-0071 57  Forsbcra,  Odd  Inge.  EMPIRICAL  INVESTIGATIONS  ON  GROWTH  OF  POST-SMOLT  ATLANTIC 
SAIMON  (SAIMO  SAIAR  L.)  IN  LAND-BASED  FARMS.  EVIDENCE  OF  A  PHOTOPERIODIC  INFLUENCE. 
Aquaculture  133(3,4}:235-248.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Rogaland  Res.,  P.O.  Box  2503,  Ullandhaug,  N-4004  Stavanger,  Norway] 

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(Nail.  Blot.  Serv,  Natl.  Fish.  Res.  Cent,,  P.O.  Box  818,  La  Crosse,  Wl  54602]  OncorftyncAus  myfe. 

FR40(4)  Q 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 
TROUT  AND  SALMON  CULTURE  (Continued) 


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^T^  °Fr°OI2  'NTA*E  AND  SUB*EQUENT  GROWTH  OF  LARVAE  OF 
L.  Development,  Growth  and  Rearing  Q{  Fish  Larvae  in  Relation  of  Chuneine  the 


Hvdobiol  36141  47fl<  !?R^    c  Vh     'I  rtU  ^'""^  ^  M^°'™a  5zlaminSkS,  editors.  Pol.  Arch. 
nyarotjiot.  Jb(4).475-48'1.  1  989.  In  English  with  German  summ.  FR  '10(4} 


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57|3);199-205.1995.FR«(4)  UtNSITIES  DURING  OXYGEN  INJECTION.  Prog.  Fish-Cult. 

IFish.  Exp.  S«n.,  Di,  Wildl.  Resour,  1465  Wes,  200  Nor.h,  Logan,  UT  843211^^^,  mykiss_ 
OTHER  ANADROMOUS  SPECIES  CULTURE 

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AL 36849) 
IT  IN  FISH  PONDS;  AN  OVERVIEW. 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

WARMWATCR  CULTURE  (Continued) 

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95-007209     Francis-Floyd,  R.;  ).  Cildae  and  P.  Reed.  USE  OF  BAYER  73  (RAVI  I  isnnn  rn  rnwreni 

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[Dep.  Large  Anim.  Clin.  Sci.  &  Dep.  Fish.  &  Aquat.  Sci.,  Univ.  Fk,  Gainesville  3261  1  1 


,,:-,;  ?u'h  and  |erome  V'  Shireman.  REPRODUCTION  OF  FRESHWATER  TROPICAL 
FISHES.  I  "UHLAL 


'  . 

e.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  554-558.  1  993.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Large  Anim.  Clin.  Sci.  &  Dep.  Fish.  &  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Fla,  Gainesville  3261  1  ] 

38776] 


95-007212      Goven-Dixon,  Beverly  A.  CARP,  KOI    AND  GDI  DFKH  RFPPnni  irnnki    i      r-  L   u     ,-  . 
MJtteeJ  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  470-473.  1  993.  FR  40(4)         L'ULDFISH  REPRODUCTION.  /n:  Fish  Medrane. 

|Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Calif.  State  Univ.,  Hayward  945421  Carasrtij  a^atus  and  Cyprinw 


,   and 


AND  NATURAL  H.5TORV. 
[Nail.  Aquarium,  Baltimore,  MD]  Cypriws  carpio  and  Carats  auralus 


iilapia  shiiana  and  7.  fenda///.  ' 

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[Dep.  Zool,  Univ.  Kalyani,  Kalyani-74  1  235,  Wesi  Bengal,  India)  n/ 


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Cypnnus  ca,p,o,  Tinea  tinea,  Hypophthalmichthys  molMx,  and  Qenopharyngodon  idetb 
MO^ITY  ^^£^'^S^^™M™£  FACTORS  RESULT.NG  ,N  F,SH 

3Ai(Un,V.  Quebec  Rimouski  (U.Q.A.R.),  Dep.  Oceanogr,  300,  allee  dcs  Ursulines,  Rimauski,  PQ,  Canada  G5L 


[Dep.  Agric.  Eng.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  Taipei,  Taiwan] 

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Natl.  Blol.  Serv.,  p.o. 


(Lab.  Fish  Demogr.  &  Aquacull.,  Univ,  Liege,  10  Chemln  Justice,'  B-4500  Tihange,  Belgium) 

'"''  °°'  Mf'  Ho( 


FUTURE 

Agric.,  Fish.  Dcp.,  Hakirya,  Tel  Aviv,  Israel]  Tlla'pia. 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

WARMWATER  CULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007234  Opuszynski,  Karol  and  Jerome  V.  Shireman,  HERBIVOROUS  FISHES:  CULTURE  AND  USE  FOR 
WEED  MANAGEMENT.  CRC  Press  223p.  1995.  Available  ai  $159.95  (cloth:  ISBN  0-8493-4988-5)  from  CRC 
Press,  Inc.,  2000  Corporate  Blvd.,  N.W.,  Boca  Ralon,  FL  33431-9868.  tel:40  7-99  4-05  55.  FR  40(4) 

IDep  Fish.  &  Aquai.  Sci,  Inst.  Food  &  Agric.  Sci.,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  32601  1  Cfenop/ia/wigodon  idelia, 
Hypopnf/ialmicmrtys  moliirix,  and  H,  nobilis. 


r,mT,rrPaJ,V^,N-;  A'  K-  Gosh;  V'  GQPalakrishnan;  S.  K.  Saha  and  S.  K.  Mondal.  STUDIES  ON  THE 
POSSIBILITIES  OF  CULTURING  AIR-BREATHING  FISHES  IN  JUTE-RETTING  WATERS.  Ptoc.  Wat/.  Symp.  Fish  & 
Environ.  1986:148-154,  1986,  FR40(4) 

Cibelion  catla,  Labeo  rohita,  Orrhinus  mrigala,  Cnanna  punctala,  Heferopneustes  fossllls,  and  Anabzi 
teslut/meusin  India. 

l^Sl™,:?,^!:™^"'  S';  Pl  Kumarlah  and  v-  K.  Murugesan.  CULTURE  OF  MACUR,  CLARIAS 
BAJRACHUS  (LINNAEUS)  IN  EARTHEN  PONDS  J.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  19(2):69-72.  1987.  FR  40(4) 


^PRODUCTION  OF  MONOSEX  PROGENY  OF  THE  TILAPIA,  OKEOCHROMIS 

Cn»  BY    NTECRAT|NG  HORMONAL  SEX  REVERSAL  AND  SELECTIVE  BREEDING 

TECHNIQUES.  Mysore  I.  Agnc.  Sci.  25(3):396-397.  1991.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 


nV?YF2AS  r  [pplw^  n«n  SiiS  EFnF^CT  °F  WATER  REC|RCULATION  ON  THE  REARING  CONDITIONS 
?R404    RCARP1NCLOSEDSYSTEM-Po'^^  Hydrofafo/.  38(1  ):1  35-1  50.  1991.  In  English  with  Polish  su  mm. 


R40|4 

Cyprinus  carpio. 


R^t?  ?SaBri?FffM-,antl  rCr'en  ^r  M!nl(ki"en-  AMERICAN  SHAD  HANDLING,  REARING,  AND 
nrf  WnSn  h  S    ^  CuhU'ed  F'?he*  in  Aqmic  fcos^™.'  Proceedings  of  the  totematfonaf 
sod  Wmkshop  held  in  Albuquerque.  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Harold  L  Schramm 
If.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  557-559.  1995  FR  40(4)  Knramro 

IDep.  Nat.  Resour.,  580  Taylor  Ave.,  Annapolis,  MD  21  401)  Alosa  sapidisslma  in  Maryland. 
95-007240     Rowland,  Stuart  ).;  Geoff  L  Allan;  Kevin  Clark;  Matthew  Hollis  and  Trevor  Ponllfpx 

AT        °  ™ 


. 

|New  SoulH  Wales  Fish.,  East.  Freshwater  Fish  Res.  Hatchery,  Crafton,  N.S.W.  2460,  Australia] 


Bl°™"  I«RAPON,DAE,  ,N  PONDS 
[New  Soulh  Wales  Fish,,  Graflon  RDS.  Cent.,  PMB  3,  Crafton,  N.S.W.  2460,  Australia] 


Wales  Fhh-     "0n'     --"    uslra^  Bkanu          anus  in 


IDep.  fiih.  &  Allied  Aquacult,  Agric.  Exp.  S.n.,  Aub.rn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849)  /c(a/im«  punctatus 

S^^S^^  J.  SmUn. 

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IDep.  Aquacult,  Fish.  A  Wild,  Clernson  Univ.,  Clemson,  SC  29634)  Morone  chrysops  x  M.  ,ajatfto 

IBcyd:  De,  Rsh.  ,  A»W  A«,U,cUl,  Ag,i,  Exp.  S,,,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auto*  AL  36849,  fa*™,  pmclallls 

™  ^TURAL  AND  ART,F,C,AL 


v.,  P.O.  Box  6133,  Kai  h  ma  ndu,  Nepal')  Tor  kiudree  in  Nepal. 
FR40(4) 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

WARMWATER  CULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007247  Singh,  B.  K.;  P.  L.  N.  Rao  and  D.  D.  Palil.  A  NOTE  ON  SEED  PRODUCTION  OF  INDIAN  MAJOR 
CARPS  THROUGH  HYPOPHYSATION  AT  HADAPSAR  FISH  SEED  FARM,  PUNE,  MAHARASHTRA. ;.  Inland 
Fish.  Soc.  India  1 8(2):73-75.  1 986.  FR  40(4) 

Cibelion  cat/a,  Labeo  rohiia,  and  Cirrhinus  mrigala  in  India. 

95-007248  Siraj,  S,  S.;  Y.  K.  Law;  S.  H.  Cheah  and  K.  J.  Ang.  INDUCED  TRIPLOIDY  IN  WALKING  CATFISH, 
ClARIAS  BAJRACHUS  BY  WATER  TEMPERATURE  SHOCK,  Malays.  Appl.  Biol.  2 1  (1  );65-69.  1 992.  FR  40(4) 

95-007249  Slominska,  I.  and  E.  Gluchowska.  QUALITY  PARAMETERS  OF  COMMON  CARP  EGGS  AND  MILT. 
Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
'94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacttlt.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No. 
21.  p.  168-169.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

JDep.  Anim.  PhysioL,  Agric.  Pedagogical  Univ.,  ul  Prusa  12,  08-1 10  Siedlce,  Poland]  Cyprimis  carpio. 

95-007250     Smith,  B.J.jCJ.  PfeifferandS.  A,  Smith.  EFFECTS  OF  A  RECIRCULATING  AQUACULTURE  SYSTEM 
ON  GILL  MORPHOLOGY  OF  HYBRID  STRIPED  BASS  (MORONE  SAXAT1LIS  X  M.  CHRYSOPS).  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-B,  J994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-91.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biomed.  Sci.,  Va.-Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med,,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061] 

95-007251     Smith,  Stephen  J.  THE  TEMPERATE  ZONE:  GOLDEN  PRAISE  FOR  TENCH,  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist 
43(12):122-12G.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Tinea  l/nca. 

95-007252  Sosnowska,  fozefa.  THE  EFFECT  OF  LIMING  OF  FISH  PONDS  ON  THE  DEVELOPMENT  OF 
PHYTOPLANKTON.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(4):479-494.  1990.  In  English  with  Polish  surom.  FR  40(4) 

95-007253  Stickley,  Allen  R.,  )r.;  James  F.  Glahn;  Junior  O.  King  and  D,  Tommy  King.  IMPACT  OF  GREAT  BLUE 
HERON  DEPREDATIONS  ON  CHANNEL  CATFISH  FARMS.  /  World  Aquacult.  Soc.  2G(2);194-199.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

|Glahn:  U.S.  Dep.  Agric,  APHIS,  Denver  Witdl.  Res.  Cent.,  Res.  Sin.,  P.O.  Drawer  6099,  Mississippi  State, 
MS  39762-6099)  Ictalurus punctatus,  Dorosoma  cepedianum,  iepomis cyanellus,  Cyprinus  carpio,  and  Gambusia 
affinis  in  Mississippi. 

95-007254  Sloskopf,  Michael  K.  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS,  AND  DISEASES  OF  CARP,  KOI,  AND 
GOLDFISH.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  454-4Crl.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607]  Carassius 
auratus  and  Cyprimis  carpio. 

95-007255     Tave,  Douglas.  IMPROVING  BODY  SHAPE  IN  COMMON  CARP  BY  SELECTION.  Aquacult.  Mag. 
21(4):90-92.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Cyprimis  carpio. 

95-007256  Tidwell,  lames  H.;  Steven  D.  Mims;  Carl  D.  Webster  and  Julia  A.  Clark.  EFFECTS  OF  DIRECT 
STOCKING  AND  HATCHERY  FEEDING  ON  GROWTH  AND  SURVIVAL  OF  CHANNEL  CATFISH  SWIM-UP 
FRY./,  Appl.  Aquacult.  5(1):61-68.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Community  Res.  Serv.,  Aquacult.  Res.  Cent.,  Ky.  Stale  Univ.,  Frankfort  40601 1  Ictalurus  punctatus. 

95-007257  Wattley,  Jack,  THE  SECRETS  OF  BREEDING  DISCUS.  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(11:1 95-210.  1991 
FR  40(4) 

Symphysodon. 

95-007258  Woods,  L.  Curry,  HI;  Christopher  C.  Kohler;  Robert  J.  Sheehan  and  Craig  V.  Sullivan.  VOLITIONAI 
TANK  SPAWNING  OF  FEMALE  STRIPED  BASS  WITH  MALE  WHITE  BASS  PRODUCES  HYBRID  OFFSPRING. 
Trans.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  124(4):628-632.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Crane  Aquacull.  Fac.,  Dep.  Anim.  Sci.,  Univ.  Md,  P.O.  Box  1 475,  Baltimore  2 1 203]  Morane  saxati/is,  M. 
chrysops,  and  their  hybrid, 

95-007259  Wynne,  Forrest.  OUTLOOK  FOR  THE  CULTURE  OF  MUSKELLUNCE,  NORTHERN  PIKE  AND 
CHAIN  PICKEREL  IN  KENTUCKY,  USA.  World  Aquacult.  26(2):41-44.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Coop.  Ext.  Program,  Ky.  State  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  3327,  West  Somerset,  42564-3327.  tel:606-679-2090]  Esox 
masquinongy,  E.  tucius,  and  E  nlger. 


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MAR1CULTURE 

FR4<}(4)  ''  Mt"ranc/F-  Sew'3'  comP'^.  fur.  Aquacuft.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  139-140.  1994. 

[1st.  Zool.,  Via  Archirafi,  1 8-901 23  Palermo,  Italy] 


' f-^.j.  i_«f<  j-iLfu«LUiu  JUL,  JI 

[Oep.  Fish.  &  Mar.  Biol.,  Univ.  Bergen,  5020  Bergen,  Norway] 


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[Mar.  Sci.  Dep,  Univ.  Kebangsaan  Malaysia,  Sabah  Campus,  88996  Ko.a  Kinabalu  Sabah,  Malaysia] 


PART.CULATE  MATERIALS  IN 

133i3,4):21  5-224.1  995  FR  40(4)  MX)     PRODIJCTION     SYSTEM.    Aquacultwe 

[Ub.  MEREA,  S.n.  Exp.  &  Aquac.1,  IFREMER,  CIE  Rech.  Aquacole,  34250  Pa,ava,le,FIOts,  France] 

S^FOR^IS^^^^^ 

WILDPOPUIATIONS  ^eaS,'L?0rSuc^  WSRAX):  HATCHERY  AND 

•Sordeaux^wcuftuie^'BoHtaulfa^Sa^ 

Soc,  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  2  1  .  p.  n  9-120  1  994  FR  40(4)  5ev'/a'  comP''ers- 

[Lab.  Ecol.  Sp.rimen,ale  &  Acquacul^Dlp.  Oiol.,  Univ.  Tor  Verga.a,  001  33  Rome,  Italy] 


OF  PRODUCT.VE 

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JKOS10N  OF  THREE  METHODS  FOR 

of  Comfc  fJfe  S«  ^.S^T  5Mfi.^  j^^  WeasUres  for 

Burden  France.  March  23-25,  1994  /  Muirand  F  Iw/f  rS    Coc^er^ce  'Stw/eaiw  /(quacu/hire  'S4/ 
p-  106-107.  1994.  FR40M)  5ew/4  comP''^-  fw  49uacu/t  Soc  Spec.  Pub/.  No  21 

IS.,  Aquacuh.  Exp.  (FREMER,  Chemin  dec.  Mague,one,  34250  Palavas  les  Flors  France] 

S^T^^^ 

OF  O,  DISTRIBUTION  AND  FAILURES.  ^S^^^^^5^M7^  ^^^^^ 
e  'Bo^W  A^uhure  '94'BordSul  F.  ranee,  ZS-^fTS."^5  P'eSen((?C/  a(  fhe 
yt  5oc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21  .  p  IB  1  9  ^4  FR40M)  *3'25'  '994'  ''  Muir  anci  F-  Mb 
.  A.uac,,  ,F,EMER, 


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labrax,  Sparus  auratus,  and 

FR  40(4) 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MARICULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007270  El-Sayed,  Abdel-Fattah  M.;  Kamal  A.  Mostafa;  Jassim  S.  AI-Mohammadi;  Abdel-Aziz  EI-Dehaimi  and 
Mohammed  Kayid,  EFFECTS  OF  STOCKING  DENSITY  AND  FEEDING  LEVELS  ON  GROWTH  RATES  AND  FEED 
UTILIZATION  OF  RABBITFISH  SICANUS  CANALICULA7US.  I.  World  Aquacult.  Sac.  26{2):212-216.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

[Oceanogr,  Dep,,  Fac.  Sci.,  Univ.  Alexandria,  Alexandria,  Egypt] 

95-007271  Fermin,  A.  C.;  Ma.  E.  C.  Bolivar;  G.  A.  Seronay  and  S.  B.  Balad-on.  SEA  BASS,  MTE5  CALCARIFER 
(BLOCK),  NURSERY  IN  ILLUMINATED  SEA  CAGES:  GROWTH,  SURVIVAL  AND  PREY  CONSUMPTION. 
Measures  (or  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
'94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  Match  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sevita,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No. 
21.  p.  197-199.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[SEAFDEC,  Aquacult.  Dep.,  Tigbauan  5021,  Hollo,  Philippines] 

95-007272  Francis-Floyd,  Ruth.  REPRODUCTION  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael 
K.  Stoskopt,  editor,  p,  628-634.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Large  Anim.  Clin.  Sci.  &  Dep.  Fish.  &  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  32611]  Data  for  52  families. 

95-007273     Garrelt,  R.  N.  HATCHERY  BREEDING  OF  MANGROVE  JACK  LUTIANUS  ARGEN7IMACULA7US 
AND  BARRAMUNDI  MTfS  CAICARIFER.  Abstracts  From  the  Australian  Barramundi  Farming  Workshop,  !7-f9 
August,  J  994,  Cairns,  Australia.  Queensland  Department  of  Primary  Industry,  p.  1 6.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
(North.  Fish.  Cent.,  Queensland  Dep.  Primary  Ind.,  Cairns,  Qld.  4001,  Australia] 

95-007274  Galesoupe,  F.  ].  EARLY  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  QUALITY  OF  TURBOT  LARVAE,  SCOPHTHALMUS 
MAXIMUSL:  BACTERIAL  ASPECTS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International 
Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  \,  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers. 
Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  124-125.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Unite  Nutr.  INRA/IFREMER,  Cent.  Brest,  B.P.  70,  F  29280  Plouzane,  France] 

95-007275  Hakimzadeh,  All.  A  BUSINESS  PLAN  FOR  AN  INDOOR,  INTENSIVE,  REC1RCULATING  RED 
DRUM  (SCIAENOPS  OCELLA7US)  FARM  IN  TEXAS.  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  72p.  1 993.  From 
Masters  Abstr.  Int,  33{2):445.  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM91 230.  FR  40(4) 

95-007276  Hansen,  Pia  Kupka.  BENTHIC  IMPACT  OF  MARINE  FISH  FARMING.  Proceedings  of  the 
Canada-Norway  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of  Aquaculture.  A.  Ervlk,  P.  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V.  Wennewfc, 
editors.  Fisken  Havet.  No.  13.  p.  77-81. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Mar,  Res.,  P.O.  Box  1870  Nordnes,  N-5024  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-007277  Harrell,  Reginal  M.  and  L.  Curry  Woods  III.  COMPARATIVE  FATTY  ACID  COMPOSITION  OF 
EGGS  FROM  DOMESTICATED  AND  WILD  STRIPED  BASS  (MORONE  SAXA7ILIS).  Aquaculture 
133(3,4):225-233.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Univ.  Md.  Cent.  Environ.  &  Estuar.  Studies,  Horn  Point  Environ.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  775,  Cambridge  21613] 

95-007278  Hemre,  G.-L;  A,  Mangor-Jensen;  G.  Rosenlund;  R.  Wss&bo  and  O.  Lie,  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY 
CARBOHYDRATE  ON  GONADAL  DEVELOPMENT  IN  BROODSTOCK  COD,  G-ADUS  MORHUA  I.  Aquacult. 
Res,  26(6):399-40B.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Nulr.,  Dir,  Fish.,  P.O.  Box  185,  N-5002  Bergen,  Norway! 

95-007279  Henney,  David  C.;  G.  Joan  Holt  and  Cecilia  M.  Riley.  REGRCULATING-WATER  SYSTEM  FOR  THE 
CULTURE  Of  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISH  LARVAE.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  57(3):21 9-225.  1 995.  FR  40(4} 

[Tex.  A&M  Univ.,  6300  Ocean  Dr.,  Corpus  Christi  7841 2]  Sciaenops  ocellatus,  Equetus  umbrosus,  Bodiantts 
pulchellus,  and  Ocyurus  chrysurus. 

95-007280  Hinton,  Andrew.  BIG  FISH  BIG  PROFITS?  -Abstracts  From  the  Australian  Barramundi  Farming 
Workshop,  (7-/S  August,  1994,  Cairns,  Australia.  Queensland  Department  of  Primary  Industry,  p.  6-10.  1994. 
FR  40(4) 

(Queensland  Dep.  Primary  Ind,,  Mareeba,  Qld.,  Australia]  /.ales  calcarifer  in  Australia. 

95-007281  Hogans,  W.  E.  CAGE  CULTURE  OF  STRIPED  BASS  IN  MARINE  WATERS  OF  THE  LOWER  BAY 
OF  FUNDY.  Prog.  Fish-Cull.  56(4):255-257.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[All.  Ref,  Cent,,  Huntsman  Mar.  Sci.  Cent.,  St.  Andrews,  NB,  Canada  EOG  2X0]  Morons  saxalilis  and  Sa/rrto 
sa/arin  Canada. 

95-007282  Jacobsen,  Troels  G.  CONTROL,  REGISTRATION  AND  SURVEILLANCE  .IN  RECYCLED 
LANDBASED  FISH  FARMS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International 
Conference  "Bordeaux  Aqtiaculltire  "94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  F,  Sevila,  compilers. 
Eur.  Aquacull.  Soc.  Spec.  Pubt.  No.  2 1 .  p.  8-9.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Rogaland  Res.,  Box  2503  Ullandhaug,  N-4004  Stavanger,  Norway]  Dicentrarchus  labrax  in  Denmark. 

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'  AQUAFARMING  IN  COASTAL  INDIA' 


Mrr  PaUl.Dl  AN  INTECRATED  APPROACH  TO  AQUACULTURE  SITE  SELECTION  AND 

MANAGEMENT  Proceedings  of  the  Canada-Norway  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of  AquacuHurc.  A. 
tnik,  I  .  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V.  Wennevik,  editors.  Fisken  Have!.  No.  13.  p.  53-60.  1  994  FR  40(4} 


.  .       .      .    .  . 

lAquaculL  Coord    Off.,   Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  P.O.  Box  550,  Halifax,  NS,  Canada   B3J  257. 
e-mail:pkeizer@biome.bio.dfo.ca| 


Mrw,o  Ln™E  'MPACT  °F  DISEASES  OF  PEN.REARED  SALMONIDS  ON  COASTAL 

MARINE  ENVIRONMENTS    Proceedings  of  the  Canada-Norvva,  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of 
Aquacuiiure.  A.  Ervik,  P.  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V,  Wennevik,  editors.  Fisken  Havel.  No  13  p  85-95  1994  FR  40(4) 
[Dcp.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Biol.  Sci.  Branch,  Pac.  Biol.  Sin.,  Nanaimo,  BC,  Canada  V9R  5K6] 


E<fwards;  N'  MacDougall  and  K.  Black.  INTERACTION  OF  CURRENTS,  FISH 
EFARMINGREECE^^UresfofS1Jcce5s:AbSiraa5ofComr/b(J(/onsP^ertterf 

at  the  International  Conference  Bordeaux  Aquacu/ture  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /  Muir  and  f. 

bevila,  compiteis.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21  p  49-50  1994  FR  40(4) 

PA34  4AD'  Scolland'  SPart 


Mm  FT8L  inf  rfS',  n?T-  MA,N'PULAT'ON  OF  OVARIAN  DEVELOPMENT  AND  SPAWNING  IN  GREY 
MULLET,  MUCIL  CtPHALUS  L  Isr.  J.  Aquacull  Bam;c/ge/i47(2):43-58.  1  995  FR  40(4) 
jlnst.  F,sh.  Sci.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  1  Roosevell  Rd.,  Seel,  4,  Taipei,  Taiwan  106] 

95-007:288     Lazzari   A.  and  M.  DiBitelto.  OFFSHORE  CAGE  FARMING  IN  SICILY    Measures  for  Success' 

MaS«MC^ 

FR40(4)  M™™4f.  Seviia,  confers.  £ur.  Aquacu/t  Soc.  Spec.  Pufaf  No.  21.  p.  270-279.  1994. 


'  °°OM  Rome' 


[F.Sh,  &  Oceans,  West  Vancouver  Lab.,  4160  Marine  Dr.,  West  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V7V  1N6] 
[Croupe  Rech.  /whlhewquaculr,  Univ.  Ca<lix,  Con,plejo  Gene.  Mar,  1  1510  P.er.o  Real  (Cadiz),  Spain| 

\fac.  Agnc..  Kyushu  Univ.,  Fuktiok.1  812,  j,ipan| 

Aquacultuie  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25  1994  I  M,  ,Sf  ci  i  /ntema  »  na'  Conference  "Bordeaux 

'  Sevila-  comllers- 


,       reaux,   rance,     arc    23-25  1994  I  M,  ,f  c     i  ux 

.  No.  2  1  ,  p.  1  60-  1  6  1  .  1994.  FR  40(4}  '  Sevila-  comPllers-  &r.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec 

(Sin.  Exp.  Aquaojli.  IFREMER,  Chemin  Maguelone,  34250  Palavas  Ftots,  France) 

S^^^ 

Comere,ce  -Bordeaux  Aquacukuv  'H'  ISelu*  "a^i  i2?A^f  S^a^J8?6"'*'  '""  (/ie  '"<e™t/ona/ 
fur.  ^flwcu/t  5oc.  Spec  Pub!.  No.  21.  p  44   lS  FR  40^  "^  *  5ev/fe- 

|Dep.  Maritime  Studies  &  ,„,.  Transpor|(  Uni,  Wa|es  Cfl|j   p>o<  Qo>(  g^ 


lione;  Marie,,,.  &  Fhh.  Dep,  Kuwai,  Jnsl.  Sci.  Res.,  P.O.  Box  1638,  Salmiva  2201  7,  Kuwait, 


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1995 


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MARICULTURE  (Continued) 

95-007295  Roy,  A.  K.;  H.  C.  Karmakar;  N.  M.  Chakraborti  and  D.  D.  Haider.  STUDIES  ON  THE  EFFECT  OF 
REARING  DENSITY  ON  THE  GROWTH  SURVIVAL  AND  NET  YIELD  OF  LIZA  TADE  (FORSKAL).  /.  Indian  Soc. 
Coastal  Agric.  Res.  4(1):43-55.  1986.  FR  40(4) 

95-007296  Silver!,  William.  MODELLING  ENVIRONMENTAL  ASPECTS  OF  MARICULTURE:  PROBLEMS  OF 
SCALE  AND  COMMUNICATION.  Proceedings  of  the  Canada-Norway  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of 
Aquacullure.  A,  Ervik,  P.  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V.  Wennewfc  editors.  Fisken  Havet.  No.  13.  p.  61-68,  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Habilat  Ecol.  Div.,  Bedford  Inst.  Oceanogr.,  P.O.  Box  1006,  Dartmouth,  NS,  Canada 
B2Y  4A2.  e-mail :silvert 

95-007297  Sourice,  Elise.  [THE  SIGNS  OF  QUALITY  IN  SUBSISTENCE  AGRICULTURE  AND  THEIR  POSSIBLE 
APPLICATION  TO  MARINE  PRODUCTS.)  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the 
International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacullure  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila, 
compilers,  fur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  329-330.  1 994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 

[Fonds  Intervention  Organ.,  Marches  Prod.  Peche  Maritime  &  Cult.  Mar.  (F.I.O.M.),  1 0  Blvd.  de  Sebastopol, 
75001  Paris,  France] 

95-007298  Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  In:  Fish 
Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  618-625.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607) 

95-007299  Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS  AND  DISEASES  OF  SHARKS.  In:  Fish 
Medicine.  Michael  K.  Sloskopf,  editor,  p,  758-763.  1 993.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 
Carcrtarbi'nus  limbaius,  C.  obscurus,  C.  leucas,  Lamna  nasus,  Negaprion  brevtrostris,  and  Cafeocerdb  cower. 

95-007300  Suquei,  M.;  R.  Billard;  ).  Cosson;  Y.  Normant  and  C.  Fauvel.  ARTIFICIAL  INSEMINATION  IN 
TURBOT  (SCOPHWALMUS  MAXIMUS):  DETERMINATION  OF  THE  OPTIMAL  SPERM  TO  EGG  RATIO  AND 
TIME  OF  GAMETE  CONTACT.  Aquacullure  1 33(1  ):83-90.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Unite  Rech.  Mar.  No.  3,  IFREMER,  Lab.  Rech.  Aquacoles,  BP  70,  29280  Plouzane,  France] 

95-007301  Susilowati,  lull.  NOTES  ON  POND  FARMER'S  SKILLED  TO  FINAL  QUALITY:  A  CASE  STUDY  AT 
JAVA,  INDONESIA.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference 
"Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  )  994.  /.  Muf'r  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers,  fur,  Aquacult. 
Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  23-24.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Agency  Agric.  Res.  &  Dev.,  Res.  Inst.  Mar.  Fish.,  Komplek  Pelabuhan  Perikanan  Samudra,  JI.Muara  Baru 
Ujung,  Jakarta  1 4440,  Indonesia.  fax:(62-2 1  )661 21 37,  57091 59) 

95-007302  Tzinas,  George;  Darlene  Kelten;  Howard  Krum;  Robert  Cooper;  Paula  Sylvia;  Sebastian  Belle  and 
Les  Kaufman.  A  PRELIMINARY  STUDY  OF  PATHOLOGIES  ASSOCIATED  WITH  THE  MAINTENANCE  OF 
BLUEFIN  TUNA  (JHUNNUS  7HYNNUS  LINNAEUS)  IN  CAPTIVITY.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  25. 
p.  78-86. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[New  England  Aquarium,  Vet.  Serv./Anim.  Care  Lab.,  Central  Wharf,  Boston,  MA  02 1 1 0] 

95-007303  Williams,  D.  L;  A.  E.  Wall;  E.  Branson;  T.  Hopcroft;  A.  Poole  and  W.  M.  Brancker.  PRELIMINARY 
FINDINGS  OF  OPHTHALMOLOGICAL  ABNORMALITIES  IN  FARMED  HALIBUT.  Vet.  Rec.  136(24):610-612. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Beaumont  Animals'  Hospital,  Royal  Vet.  Coll.,  Royal  College  St.,  London  NW1  OTU,  England)  Hippoglossus 
hippoglossus. 

95-007304  Woo,  N.  Y.  S.  and  S.  F.  Chiu.  EFFECTS  OF  NITRITE  EXPOSURE  ON  GROWTH  AND  SURVIVAL 
OF  SEA  BASS,  LA7ES  CALCARIFER,  FINGERLINCS  IN  VARIOUS  SALINITIES.  /.  Appl.  Aquacult,  4(4):45-54. 1 994. 
FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  Chinese  Univ.  Hong  Kong,  Shalin,  N.T,,  Hong  Kong] 

95-007305     Zhuang  Qlanzcng.  (ARTIFICIAL  SEEDLINGS  AND  SEAWATER  POND  CULTURE  OF  SEVERAL 
FISHES.)  Mar.  Sci.  (Qingdao)  1995(3):69-72.  1995.  In  Chinese.  FR40(4) 
Liza  haematocheila. 

FEEDS,  FEEDING,  AND  NUTRITION 

95-007306  Agradi,  E,;  L.  Bonomi;  E.  Rigamonti;  M.  Liguori  and  P.  Bronzi.  THE  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  LIPIDS  ON 
TISSUE  LIPIDS  AND  AMMONIA  EXCRETION  IN  EUROPEAN  EELS  (ANCUILLA  ANCUILLA).  Comp.  Sioc/iem. 
Physiol.  A  Physio!.  1 1 1  (3}:445-451 .  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Pharmacol.  Sci.,  Via  Balzaretti,  9,  201 33  Milan,  Italy.  lel:+39  2  20488224;  fax:+39  2  29404961  ] 

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FEEDS,  FEEDING,  AND  NUTRITION  (Continued* 

^TSJffi^Jt^^  ?SH  T°  ^SE  SEL^EDINC  DWCE5.]  Me^r,  fc, 
r>ce.  Much  23-25    1994  TM-        I  ic  ln.lernaaoral  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aguacuftiw  'H1 
tui-juj.  1994'.  In  French.  FR  40(4)          t"rand  '•  Sev''a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  PuW.  No.  21. 

IU.F.R.  Sci.  Cornportemen,  ft  Environ.,  Lab.  Psychophysiol.,  7  rue  de  I'Universi.e,  67  000  Strasbourg,  France] 

SS£L  5Au±r.l,^LM0?Con^AV°N  i°UE  T?  EXTERNAL  FACTORS>  ™  SELF-FEEDINC  DEV.CE1! 
X-So,dea^f^ceSch21^ 
21-  p.  306-307.  1994. 'in  French.  FR  40(4)  ^  compos.  £ur.  Aquact;/!.  5oc.  Spec.  Publ  No. 

IU.F .R.  Sci.  Cornportemen,  ft  Environ.,  Lab.  Psychophystol,  7  rue  de  I'Universite,  67  000  Strasbourg,  France) 
95-007309     Anlhouard  M-P   n|VJnarh  ^  M  * 

FOR  FISH  IN  AQUACULTURE!)  Weasuresfo  S  Ah'  |SELF'FEEDING:  A  MODERN  FEEDING  METHOD 

Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacuiture  '9'f '  Bord  ^^  Abstracls  °f  Contributions  Presented  al  the  International 


.  Comportment  Environ,  Lab.  Psychophysiol.,  7  „  UniveS,  67  000  Strasbourg,  France| 


n  FOR  FEED.NC  LARVAL 

B  HAVIOR  OBSERVATIONS).  Development,  Growth  and 

Envf™fimenta/  Dema"ds:  Sased  °"  a  ^^    «  'rte?  ""• 
^ 


?OSVVNCHU'STR5HA^^^  W  THE  DIETS  OF  CHINOOK 

Wash.  1994.  FR  40(4)  'iL™>AND  COHOSALMON  (ONCQRHYNCHUS  KISUTCH).  M.S.  thesis,  Univ. 

SW^ 

Contnfaulfcins  fterenled  at  (he  /niemai/onaJ  rnnLol    -0    (ROTIFER).  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts    of 

23-25,  1  994.  /.  Muir  and  f.  Sew/a?  c^S    £  JSS/f  S^T*  ^0Hl';U'Iure  'H>  flonteau*  fra"«-  M*rch 

Dep.  DGR/EF,  F.c.  Agron    Uni,  Abdou  M^™       L     C  5pK'  PuW  N°'  21.  P-  143.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
Perca  /fcv/atrtfc.  8    ""  U°1V'  Abd°u  M»"nKH.n.  N.amey,  B.P.  1  0960,  Niamey,  Niger]  CoWb  gob/o  and 


^SS 
[Fagben.:  Dep.  Fish.  *  Wifd,  ,ed  Univ.  Techno,,,  PMB  704,  A.ure,  Ondo  State  Nigeria) 

AND  S  "^!^SS  WS^  «™EN  PEEOING  RATE 

K£TA\  Sc,  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchvy  No  49  o  2711   n«       ,CHUM  SALMON-  ONCORHYNCHUS 
Res-  '  "  ''''       lvf 


Sc,  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchvy  No  49  o  2711   n«       ,CHUM  SALMON-  ONCORHYNCHUS 
s-  Di,,  nokfcaido  Salmon  Ha.cb.,  Fil  Ag,  cyLln     ',  M!  ,  "  '^'''T  lvf?  EnSlish  «""m.  FR  40f4) 
95  Q073  |6a  Nakanoshima,  Toyohira-ku,  Sapporo  062,  Japan? 

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jj-uu/j  1 1>      HegOUt   M    L'C    V^rJiiip.  <i    D  -i-r-'n 

\ND  DEMAND  FEEDING  OF  A  CROUP  S  FJSH  S^T^ru^  ENV(RONMENTAL  FLUOUATIONS 
fcasures  for  SucceBMbitwctt  of  Contributions  Presented  t,  ,US  LABKA>^  L.)  IN  AN  EARTHEN  POND 
W,"  flofc/eaux  france.  Match  23-25,  1 994  }  Muir  and  F  *sLL  ntema'!9nal Conference  'Bordeaux Aquacuiture 
'.p.  193-194.  I994.FR40H)  compifcrj.  fw.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ  No 

[Cent.  R«h.  EcoLMar.  Aquao,(t  (CNRS/IFREMER),  B.P.  5,  ,7,37  L'Houmeau,  France] 

=HSS»SHSHs^"™=a=s 


FR  40(4) 

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FEEDS,  FEEDING,  AND  NUTRITION  (Continued) 

95-007319  Brecka,  Brian  ].;  Michael  L  Hooe  and  David  H.  Wahl.  COMPARISON  OF  GROWTH,  SURVIVAL, 
AND  BODY  COMPOSITION  OF  MUSKEUUNGE  AND  TIGER  MUSKELLUNGE  FED  FOUR  COMMERCIAL 
DIETS.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  57(1):37-43.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Nat.  Resour.,  Buffalo  Cty.  Courthouse,  Box  88,  Alma,  Wl  54610-00881  Esox  masqumongy  and  L 
masquinongy  x  E.  Indus. 

9S-007320     Brinkmeyer,  R.  L.  and  G. ).  Holt.  RESPONSE  OF  RED  DRUM  LARVAE  TO  GRADED  LEVELS  OF 

MENHADEN  OIL  IN  SEMIPURIFIED  MICROPARTICULATE  DIETS.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  57(1):30-36.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Holt:  Univ.  Tex.  Austin,  Mar.  Sci.  Insl.,  P.O.  Box  1 267,  Port  Aransas  78373-1 2671  Sdaenops  ocellalus. 

95-00732 1  De  Silva,  Sena  S.  and  Trevor  A.  Anderson.  FISH  NUTRITION  IN  AQUACULTURE.  Chapman  &  Hull 
3 1 9p.  1 995.  Available  at  $54.00  (cloth:  ISBN  0-41 2-55030-X)  from  Chapman  &  Hall,  1 1 5  Fifth  Ave.,  New  York, 
NV  10003.  tel:800-842-3636.  FR  40(4} 

[Sch.  Aquat.  Sci.  &  Nat.  Resour.  Manage.,  Deakin  Univ.,  Vic.,  Australia] 

95-007322  Dedi,  Jusadi;  Toshio  Takeuchi;  Tadahisa  Seikai  and  Takeshi  Watanabe.  HYPERVITAMINOSIS  AND 
SAFE  LEVELS  OF  VITAMIN  A  FOR  LARVAL  FLOUNDER  (PARALICHTHYS  OLIVACEUS)  FED  AR7EMIA  NAUPl.ll. 

Aqi/acu/ture  1 33(2);1 35-146,  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Takeuchi:  Dep.  Aquat.  Biosci., Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,Minato,  Tokyo  108,  Japan.  tel/fax:(B1-3)  5463-0545) 

95-007323  Divanach,  P.;  M.  Kentouri;  E.  Chevre  and  M.  Anthouard.  [EVOLUTION  OF  FEEDING  PREFERENCES 
OF  RED  PORCY  PAGRUS  PACRUS  IN  WINTER,  FED  BY  MEANS  OF  SELF  FEEDERS  WITH  TWO  INDUSTRIAL 
FEEDS.]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux 
Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  france,  March  23-25,  1 994. 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sew'/a,  compilers,  fur.  Ac;uacu/t.  Soc.  Spec. 
Pubi.  No.  21.  p.  191-192.  1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Biol,  Mar.  Crete,  BP  2214,  GR-71003,  Iraklion,  Crete,  Greece] 

95-007324  Duis,  K.;  V.  Inglis;  M.  C.  M.  Beveridge  and  C.  Hammer.  LEACHING  OF  FOUR  DIFFERENT 
ANTIBACTERIALS  FROM  OIL-  AND  ALGI NATE-COATED  FISH-FEED  PELLETS.  Spec/a/  Issue:  Aquacultuic  ami 
Water  Resource  Management.  Papers  from  an  /nternationa/  Symposium  Held  at  the  University  of  Stirling,  2 1-25 
June  1 994.  Liam  A.  Kelly,  Malcolm  C.  M.  Beveridge,  Donald  I.  Baird,  and  lames  F.  Muir,  organizers.  Aquacull.  Rus. 
26(8):549-556.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Fleitberg  2,  23619  Hellshoop,  Germany] 

95-007325  EI-Dahhar,  A.  A.  and  R.  T.  Lovell.  EFFECT  OF  PROTEIN  TO  ENERGY  RATIO  IN  PURIFIED  DIETS 
ON  GROWTH  PERFORMANCE,  FEED  UTILIZATION  AND  BODY  COMPOSITION  OF  MOZAMBIQUE 
TILAPIA,  OREOCHROM/S  MOS5AMB/CUS  (PETERS).  Aquacult.  Res.  26(7):451-457.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Anim.  &  Fish  Prod,,  Fac.  Agric.  (Saba  Basha),  P.O.  Box  21531  Bolkly,  Alexandria  Univ.,  Alexandria, 
Egypt] 

95-007326     Fagbenro,  Oyedapo  and  Kim  Jauncey.  GROWTH  AND  PROTEIN  UTILIZATION  BY  JUVENILE 
CATFISH  (CLARIAS  GARIWINUS)  FED  DRY  DIETS  CONTAINING  CO-DRIED  LACTIC-ACID-FERMENTEI) 
FISH-SILAGE  AND  PROTEIN  FEEDSTUFFS,  B/oresour.  Jechnol.  51(1  }:29-35.  1995.  FR  40(4} 
[Inst.  Aquacult,,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

95-007327  Fontana,  Roch-Bernard.  (DEVELOPMENT  OF  NEW  MICROPROCESSOR-BASED  AUTO-FEEDING 
SYSTEM.]  Measures  for  Success;  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux 
Aquaculture  '94/  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur,  Aquacult.  Soc.  i'/xic. 
Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  300-301.  1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4} 

[CORALI,  23  Ave.  de  la  Mer,  83270  St.  CYR/Mer,  France) 

95-007328    Gallagher,  Margie  Lee.  INTERACTIONS  OF  CARBOHYDRATE  AND  LIPID  IN  DIETS  FOR  HYBRI! ) 
STRIPED  BASS  (MORONE  CHRYSOPS  X  M.  SAXA7ILIS).  I.  Appl.  Aquacult.  5(1  }:53-60.  1 995.  FR  40(4} 
[Inst.  Coast.  &  Mar.  Resour.,  East  Carolina  Univ.,  Greenville,  NC  27858-4353] 

95-007329  Garforth,  E).  B.;  T.  Cross;  M.  J.  Costello  and  R,  Fitzgerald.  DETERMINATION  OF  THE  SATIATION 
AND  MAINTENANCE  RATION  FOR  GOLDSINNY  WRASSE  (CTEWOMBRUS  RUPESJRIS)  FED  ON  MUSSll 
MEATS  (MYTILUS  EDULIS).  Measures  (or  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International 
Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. }.  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers. 
Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/,  No.  21.  p.  266-267,  1994.  FR  40(4) 
(Aquacull.  Dev.  Cent.,  Univ.  Coll.,  Cork,  Ireland] 

95-007330  Gennari,  L.;  A.  Roncarali;  F.  Loro;  R.  Implccini;  G.  Mosconi;  O.  Mordcntl  and  P.  Melotti.  LARVAI 
WEANING  AND  DIET  CHARACTERISTICS  IN  SEABASS  (DICENJRARCHUS  IABRAX).  Measures  for  SUCCCM; 
Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture '94,"  Bordeaux,  France, 

March  23-25,  1994. }.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  268-269. 1994. 

FR  40(4} 

(Cent.  Univ.  Ric.  &  Didaltlca  Acquacolt.  &  Maricolt.,  Camerino  Univ.,  Italy] 

FR40(4}  21 


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FEEDS,  FEEDING,  AND  NUTRITION  (Continued) 

95-00733  1  Gunaserkera,  Ra&anlhi  M.;  K.  F.  Shim  and  T,  J.  Lam.  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  PROTEIN  LEVEL  ON 
PUBERTY,  OOCYTE  GROWTH  AND  EGG  CHEMICAL  COMPOSITION  IN  THE  TILAP1A,  OREOCHRQMIS 
N/tOT/CUS(L)Mc;uacu/lurel34(l,2):l&9-lB3.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Lam:  Dep,  Zool.,  Mall.  Univ.  Singapore,  Kent  Ridge,  Singapore  051  1  ] 

95-007332  Hellan(t,S.;G.V.Triantai)hyllidis;H.J.Fyhn;M.S.Evjen;P.LavensandP.Sorgeloos.MODULATION 
OF  FREE  AMINO  AGIOS  AND  PROTEIN  IN  ARTEMIA  CYSTS  AND  NAUPLII.  Measures  (or  Success:  Abstracts  of 
Contributions  Presented  at  ifie  /nternau'ona/  Con/cfence  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994,  1.  Muir  and  F.  Seviia,  compilers.  fur.  Aquacutt.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2  1  .  p.  274-275.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
|2ooL  Insl.,  Univ.  Bergen,  Altcgl.  41,  N-5007  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-007333     Hung,  Silas  S.  O.;  Fred  S,  Conta  and  Paul  B.  Lutes.  OPTIMUM  FEEDING  RATE  OF  WHITE 
STURGEON,  ACtPENSER  TRANSMQWANUS.  YEARLINGS  UNDER  COMMERCIAL  PRODUCTION 
CONDITIONS./.  Appl.  Aquacult.  5(1):45-51.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.Anim.  Sci.,  Univ,  Calif.r  Davis  9561  6-8521) 

95-007334  Karlsen,  Orjan;  Jens  C.  Holm  and  Olav  S.  Kjesbu.  EFFECTS  OF  PERIODIC  STARVATION  ON 
REPRODUCTIVE  INVESTMENT  IN  FIRST-TIME  SPAWNING  ATLANTIC  COD  (GADUS  MORHUA  L.)- 
Aquaculture  1  33(2  ):1  59-1  70.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

jlnst.  Mar.  Res.,  Austevoll  Aquacult.  Res.  Stn.,  N-5392  Storebo,  Norway.  le1:(+47)  5618  0342;  fax:(+47)  5&1  B 
0398] 

95-007335     Kasurnyar.,  A.  O.  and  S.  S.  Sidorov.  GUSTATORY  PROPERTIES  OF  FREE  AMINO  ACIDS  IN 
CASPIAN  TROUT,  SALMO  JRUTJA  CASPIUSJ.  tchthyol.  35(2):8-20,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
jBiol.  Fac.,  Moscow  State  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia] 

95-007336     Kaushik,  S.  ).;  ].  P.  Cravedi;  ).  P.  Lalles;  ).  Sumpter;  B.  Fauconneau  and  M.  Laroche.  PARTIAL  OR 
TOTAL  REPLACEMENT  OF  FISH  MEAL  BY  SOYBEAN  PROTEIN  ON  GROWTH    PROTEIN  UTILIZATION, 
POTENTIAL  ESTROGENIC  OR  ANTIGENIC  EFFECTS,  CHOLESTEROLEMIA  AND  FLESH  QUALITY    IN 
RAINBOWTROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYWSS.Aquacu/Iure  133(3,4):257-274.  1995.  FR40(4) 
jFish  Nutr.  Lab.,  Unite-  Mixte  INRA-kFREMER,  Sin.  Hydrobiol.,  6431  0  Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle,  France] 

95-007337  Kentouri,  M.  and  P.  Divanach.  (COMPARISON  OF  THE  COST  EFFICIENCY  OF  THREE  FEEDING 
TECHNIQUES  OF  SEA  BREAM  SFARUS  AURA1A,  IN  INTENSIVE  AQUACULTURE.]  Measures  for  Success: 
Abslracls  of  Contributions  Presented  anke  International  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquacuiture  '94,"  Bordea  ux,  France?, 
March  23-25,  1  994.  1.  Muit  and  f.  Sevita,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2  1  .  p.  308  1  994  In  FrenC  K 
FR  40(4) 

jlnsl.  Biol.  Mar.  Crete,  Iraklion,  Crete,  Greece] 

9S-O07338     Kenloufi,  M.;  P.  Oivanach;  M.  Thomson;  N.  Papandroulakis  and  T.  Cross.  A  COMPARISON  OF 
ROTIFER  (BRACHtONUS  PUCATILIS}  SAMPLING  METHODS  IN  MARINE  LARVAL  REARING  TANKS.  Measures 
for  Success:  Abslracls  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94  ' 
Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  199-f.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sevi/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No    2  1 
p,  110-111.  1994.  FR40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Biol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  22  14,  71  103  Iraklio,  Crete,  Greece)  Sparus  auratus. 

95-007339     Kock,  Cunter  ^nd  Rudolf  Hofer.  THE  EFFECT  OF  NATURAL  AND  ARTIFICIAL  DIETS  UPON 
TRYPTIC  ACTIVITY  OF  ROACH  (KU1ILUS  RUTILUS)  AND  WHITEFISH  (CO«£CONU5SP)   LARVAE 
Development,  Growth  and  Rearing  of  Fish  Larvae  in  Relation  of  Changing  the  Environmental  Demands-  Based  on 
a  Workshop  at  the  Vltit  Congress  of  European  khlhyoh&sis,  Budapest,  Hungary,  15-19  August  1938  Inn  W  M 
Otx.  Fritz  Schiemcr.  and  Matgorzm  Szlamiroka,  editors.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  36(4V443-453   1989   In  EngDcK 

'  L.HB">'» 


with  German  sumrn.  FR  40(4) 

H  ^RELI"INA;Y  INVESTIGATION  INTO  THE  NUTRITION  OF  BARRAMUNDI  LATE  S 
).  Abstracts  From  the  Australian  Barramundi  Farming  Workshop,  17-18  August,  1994  Cairns 
Department  of  Primar   Industr,    .  1  2  uw"% 


.  rramun      armng 

Austtalia.  Queensland  Department  of  Primary  Industry,  p.  1  2.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Aquafeeds  Prod.  Australia,  12-18  Neon  Si.,  Narangba,  Brisbane,  Qld.  4508,  Auslralia] 


c  f  '  ^n!?-sh  P~  and  °le  '•  To'rissen-  MARINE  COLD-WATER  FISH  NUTRITION.  In-  Fish  Medicine 
.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  688-696.  1993.  FR  40(4)  /weaic/ne. 

IDep.  Fish,  &  Oceans,  Biol.  Sci.  Branch,  Halifax,  NS,  Canada]  Cadus  morhua  and  Hippoglossus  hippogtossus 


FR  40(4)  „ 

"  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

"Hu^M  MT"!",;!  H.  C.  Ke,ol,  PARTIAL  REPLACEMENT  OE  HSH  MEAL  WITH 

SoTTKS 

Management  Paper's  from  an  International  Symposium  Held  at  the  University  of  Stirling,  2 1-25  lune  I 994.  L,am 
A.  Kelly,  Malcolm  C.  M.  Beveridge,  Donald  I.  Bsird,  and  lames  f.  Muir,  organizers.  Aquacutt.  Res.  2b(bJ:^//oo/. 

5'  livJowa  Hyg.  Lab.,  H.  A.  Wallace  Bldg.,  E.  9th  &  Grand  Ave.,  Des  Moines  50319-0035[ 

)F  VITAMIN  C 


30I1V49-64.  1995.  In  English  and  Italian.  FR  40(4) 

|lst.  Zootec.,  Fac.  Med.  Vet.,  Univ.  Studi  Milano,  via  Celoria  1  0,  201  33  Milano,  Italy] 

and  G,  Bauce.  TOLERANCE  OF  HIGH 
Y  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS 

.  Moruzzi,"  Univ.  Bologna,  Via  Irnerio  48,  40126  Bo.ogna,  italy. 


.,       .         .       .,         .  , 

**M7W     Marchetli    M-  M    Tassinari  and  G,  Bauce.  TOLERANCE  OF  HIGH  DIETARY  LEVELS  OF 
MENAD.ONE  BlsUHT^OTNAMiDE  BY  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MWSS.       u^lture 


lel:(39)(51)351201;fax:(39)(51)351224] 


POLYODON  SPA7HULA.  /.  Appl.  Aquxuh.  5(1  ):29-44.  1  995  FR  40(4) 

lAqitacult  Res.  Cenl.,  Community  Res.  Serv.,  Ky.  State  Univ.,  Frankfort  40601  ] 


W5SSSSS 

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95-007349     Paripatananont,  Tippawan  and  Richard  T.  Lovell.  CHELATED  ZiNC  REDUCES  THE  DIETARY  ZINC 
REQUIREMENT  OF  CHANNEL  CATFISH,  (CTALURUS  PUNCTATUS.  Aquacutture  1  33(1  ):73-82.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
[Lovell-  Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacult.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  368491 

English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-007351     Przybyl,  Antoni;  Michal  Iwaszkiewicz  and  Maria  Madziar.  THE  IINFUJENCE  OF  IRRADIATION 
HYGIEN  IZATION  ON  THE  NUTRITIONAL  USEFULNESS  OF  GRANULATED  ANC  >  EXTRUDED  FOOD  FOR 
CARP-  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  38(1):127-134.  1991.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
Cyprinus  carpio. 

^ 

,°  PN,  DEp.  Desarrollo  Tocno,.,  Lab.  Bio,.  Exp.,  Apdo.  Pos.al  592,  La  P«,  23000 
B.C.S,,  Mexico] 

oq  nn7T!l  Ravi  I  ESSENTIAL  AMINO  ACID  REQUIREMENT  OF  THE  FRY  OF  THE  INDIAN  MAJOR  CARP 
^^STlA^^S^^dii^aon,  Univ.  Agric.  Scl  fCanga/ore,  India)  1988.  from  Mysore  /.  Agflc. 
Sd  25(1  ):1  1  7,  1  991  .  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

h  Via"  uvD  &  Wildl.,  East  Lansing  48824]  Oncorhynchus  myfcfcs. 

95-007355     Robinson,  Edwin  H.  and  Meng  H.  LI.  CATFISH  NUTRITION  PART  II:  FEEDING,  ^cuft.  Mag. 
s.  Slate  Univ.,  Mississippi  State  39762]  Ictatuna  punctaius. 


T,  1995 

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FEEDS,  FEEDING,  AND  NUTRITION  (Continued) 

95-007356  Rodehuiscord,  M.  EFFECTS  OF  SUPPLEMENTAL  DIETARY  L-CARNITINE  ON  THE  GROWTH  AND 
BODY  COMPOSITION  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKtSS)  FED  HIGH-FAT  DIETS.  I.  Anitn 
Physhl.  Anim.  Null.  73(5):27&-279.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[Inst.  Tierernahr.  Rhein.,  Friedrich-Wilhelms-Univ.  Bonn,  Bonn,  Germanyl 

95-0&7357  Rodriguez,  C;  J.  A.  Perez;  A.  Lorenzo;  M.  S.  Izquierdo  and  H.  Fernandez-Palacios.  n-3  HUFA 
REQUIREMENT  OF  LARVAL  GILTHEAD  SEABREAM  (SPARUS  AURAJA)  WHEN  USING  AN  APPROPRIATE 
EPA/DHA  RATIO  IN  DIET.  Measures  lor  Success;  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International 
Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquaculture  "94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  Marcfi  23-25,  !994.  1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers- 
Hut.  Arjuacu/t.  Soc.  Spec.  Pubi.  No.  21.  p.  164-165.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.  Anirn.,  Univ.  Laguna,  38271  Tenerife,  Spain! 

95-007358     Rowan,  Martha  and  Nathan  Stone.  SURVIVAL  OF  GOLDEN  SHINER  FRY  FED  A 
MICROPARTICULATE  DIET.  Prog.  Fish-Cuit.  57(3):242-244.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Univ.  Arkansas  Agric.  Exp.  Sin.,  S.  ).  Patker  Agric.  Res.  Cent.,  Pine  Bluff  71601]  Notemigonus  crysofeucas. 

95-007359  Salomon!,  C.;  A.  Caputo;  C.  Sirolti  and  M.  Foglio.  REARING  OF  GRAYLING  [THYMAUUS 
THYMAtLUS  L.)  USING  DRY  FOOD  AND  AKIEMIA.  Rfv.  liat.  Acquacoll  30(1  ):5-1  7.  1  995.  In  English  and  lUilian. 
FR40[4} 

[Agrobiotec  Sysl.  scrl,  Via  P.  Canonici  14,  40141  Bologna,  Italy] 

95-007360  Saxena,  R.  K.;  M.  A.  Khan  and  B.  D.  Saroj.  EFFICACY  OF  SELECTED  FEED  FORMULATIONS  FOR 
FINGERLINGS  OF  CARP  CJRRHINUS  MR/CAW.  I.  Inland  Fish.  Soc  India  1  8(2):34-39.  1  986.  FR  40(4) 

95-007361  Shiau,  Shi-Yen  and  Jei-ChengChuang.  UTILIZATION  OF  DISACCHARIDES  BY  JUVENILE  Til-API  A 
OREOCHROMIS  NfLOT/CUS  X  O.  AUREU5.  Aquxulture  1  33(3,4):249-25&.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Mar.  Food  Sci.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Ocean  Univ.,  Keelung,  Taiwan  202.  lel:(886-2)4&2-2192,  ext.  51O6 
(ax;(88&-2)4&2-1684l 

95-O07362  Shiau,  Shi-Yen  and  Tsai-Shen  Hsu.  L-ASCORBYL-2-SULFATE  HAS  EQUAL  ANTISCORBUTl 
ACTIVITY  AS  L-ASCORBYL-2-MONOPHOSPHATE  FOR  TILAPIA,  OREOCHROMIS  NILO71OIS  X  O.  AURCU, 
Aquacuttwe  133(2);  147-1  57.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

IDep.  Mar.  Food  Sci.,  Natl.  Taiwan  Ocean  Univ.,  Keelung,  Taiwan  202.  tel:(B86-21  462-2192,  cxt.  51O> 
(ax:(8B6-2)462-1684] 

95-007363  Shutov,  V.  A.;  S.  G.  Mironov;  S.  Yu.  Kusmin  and  D.  N.  Vostroushkin.  FEATURES  OF  EAR! 
STURGEON  FRY  GETTING  USED  TO  CHEMICALS  IN  A  STARTING  DIET,  WAYS  OF  ACCELERATING  TH 

PROCtSS.  Measures  for  Success  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bore/e*! 
AquacuJlure  '94,'  Botdeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  f  99-).  /.  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Acjuacult  Soc  lat 
Publ.  No.  21.  p.  1G6-167.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Kaliningrad  Tech.  lost.,  Fish.  Ind    &  Econ.,  Sovel^ky  Ave.,  1,  Kaliningrad  236000,  Russia!  Acipcris 
gueft/enslaedi/'. 

95-007364     Shyama,S.CROWnHPERFORMANCEOFO\RPSINDIFFERENTDIETTREATMENTANOUNDI 
POLYCULTURE.  M>'5ore  /.  Agric.  Sci.  2&(1,:1  18.  1992.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
Cibelion  cai/a,  Jabeo  lohita.  for  (or,  and  Cirrhinus  mrigj/a. 

95-007365      Sivakami,  S.;  S.  Ayyappan  and  M.   F.  Rahman.  CAGE  CULTURE  OF  SILVER   TAR 

|VAL£NC!£NNES'  ON  DlfFERENT  FEEDS,  y.  Inland  Fish.    Soc. 


95-007366     Southgate,  Paul  C.  and  Dong  C.  Lou.  IMPROVING  THE  n-3  HUFA  COMPOSITION  OF  AR1FMI 
USING  MICROCAPSULES  CONTAINING  MARINE  OILS.  Ar^cu/ture  134(l,2):91-99  1995  FR40M) 
°'eS  C°°k  ^  N°'th  Queenslllnd'  Townsville-  Qld'  «!!,  Auslralia. 


'  POMJARE2  '  THE  AQUACULTURE  OF  LAU-BALAGNAS.]  Measures  for  Succes 

French  FR  40(4)  *  *  "^  AqU3CU"-  ^  5pK'  PuU  N°'  2'  '  P'  3°9-3  ]  °   1  ***    « 

165400  Argc-les-Gazost,  France) 

-BioUnim-^^^ 


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"[Fish  Res.  Insi.,  Zupanciceva  9,  61000  Ljubljana,  Slovenia] 

6-™,  AbS,rac,  on,, 


Dep.  Zool,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Aberdeen  AB9  2TN,  Sco.land.  ,el:(,224,  272872;  M1>24) 

2723961  Oncorfiynchus  mykiss. 


1  "[Dep  fiK  Cull.  &  Fish.,  Agric.  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  338,  6700  AH  Wagenlngen,  Netherlands] 

^^ 

c.  Univ.,  P.O.  BO,  338,  6700  AH  Wagenin8en,  Netherlands, 


Zasorodnv,  A.  V   V 


.....  8™S,  Russia, 


«*737,  Korea 


11-1       nv/r  nicu  TRAM^priRT   Abstracts  From  ihe  Australian  Barramunc/i  farming 

95Q0073R79J^^n,Bob.fNANTraPU5M£MNOCENyS:T 
7rop  fis/i  Hofabyjst  43(11}:lia-124.  1995.  FR  40(4) 


Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  1  8-1  9.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

IN  C  Stale  Univ.,  Coll.  Vel,  Med.,  Raleigh  27606] 

95-00738!     Axelrod,  Herbert  R.  IF  CAN  CAN,  YOU  CAN,  TOO.  PART  4.  Trop.  fbh  Hobby*  43(1  1  ):234-241  . 
1  995.  FR  40(4} 

Symphysodon. 


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AQUARIUMS  (Continued) 

95-007382     Bohrn,  Otlo.  THE  CARE  AND  BREEDING  OF  IENYNSIA  LINEAJA.    Trap.   Fish  Habbtfti 
43{12}:134-13B.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

95-007383     Branson,  Branley  Allan.  A  NATIVE  AMERICAN  CHARACIN.  7rop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(12):78-&2. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

Astyanax  mexicanus. 

95-007384     Burlingham-Johnson,  Ajay;  Dave  Clarke  and  Paul  Pearce-Kelly.  CERCI©:  A  COMPUTER  SYSTEM 
FOR  THE  DEMOGRAPHIC  AND  GENETIC  ANALYSIS  OF  CAPTIVE  INVERTEBRATES,  FISH  AND  OTHER 
POPULATIONS  OF  COLONY  ANIMALS.  Int.  Zoo  Yearfa.  Vol.  33.  p.  278-283.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
jlnvertebr.  Conserv.Cent.,  Zoolog.  Soc.  London,  Regent's  Park,  London  NW1  4RY,  England] 

95-007385     Coleili,  Ted.  ACCLIMATION:  A  BETTER  SYSTEM.  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(12):146-151,  1995. 
FR40(4)  P  r 

95-007386     Fanner,  Robert.  THREE  AMIGO  ANGELS  FROM  BAJA.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(1  1  ):28-38.  1995 
Hofacamhui  passer,  H.  cian'onensis,  and  Pomacantbus  zonipectus  in  Mexico. 

95-007387     Ferdenzi,  Joseph.  A  SPAWNING  OF  HERICH7HYS  HAWENSIS.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(1  1  ):8-2f 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

95-007388     Finley,  Lee.  A  CORYDORAS  CORNUCOPIA.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(1  2):1  1  2-116,  1995.  FR  40(' 
95-007389     Fong,  lack.  THE  KALEIDOSCOPIC  WRASSES.  Trop.  fish  Hobbyist  43(1  2);4&-55.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

95-007390     Hardy,  Donna  Fitzroy.THEINTERNATIONALZOOCOMMUNITY  AND  COMPUTER-MEDIATE 
COMMUNICATION,  tol.  Zoo  Yearb.  Vol.  33.  p.  283-293.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Consortium  Aquariums,  Univ,  &  Zoos,  Dep.  Psychol.,  Calif.  Stale  Univ.,  Norlhridge  91330] 

95-007391      Harper,  Rodney  W.  CAPTIVE  CARE  AND  MAINTENANCE  OF  THE  VIOLET  GOBY,  GO3/OID. 
BROUSSOWETTI.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(1  1  ):1  26-132.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

95-007392     Hunzfker,  Ray.  LOVELY  LIOPROPOMA:  RARE  BASSLETS  FOR  THE  REEF  AQUARIUM.  Trap.  Fi 
Hobbyist  43(1  1):62-67.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

t.  eufcrines,  1.  mowbrayi,  L  aberrant,  L  rufare,  and  L  carmabi  in  the  Caribbean. 

95-007393     Kadlec,  Jaroslav.  RACHOViA  OFTHE  ORINOCO  DRAINAGE.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  43(1  2):2  1  1  -2  : 
i  yy  j.  rK  *tmH) 

R,  hummeWncH  R.  brevis,  R.  macuiipmnis  and  R,  pyropunctata  in  Venezuela. 

'  SPAWN'NC  °F  HAPLOCHK°MIS  VENUSTUS.     J,op.   fish   Hobby 


'^  PSEUDO1ROPH£US  MICROSTOMA.  Trop.  Fish  Hobby 

95-007396     Lambe.t,  Derek.  THE  PIKE  LIVEBEARER.  Trop.  fish  Hobbyist  43(11  V92-96  1995  FR  40M) 
Be/anejox  belizanus.  '  *   ' 


cdilori  Zoos  AND  AQUARIA  OF  THE  WORLD'  fc 

'  FISHES'  lnt-  Zo°  V»*-  Vol.  32.  p,  364-36' 


™E  BANDED    SUKF.SI 


'  A  GENT^  ^NCHAX.  Trap.  Fis 
FR  40(4) 


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ST  s"  p,  Werr.er.THE  CARE  AND  SPAWNS  Or  UARU5.  Tmp.  «,  HoW*.  44,,,:82.89. 


1995.  FR  40(4) 

Uaru  ampn/acanr/ioMes. 

95-007404     Schreiber,   Roland.  THE  TWO-STRIPED  APISTO,  APISTOCRAMMA  BKABNIA7A.    Trop.  fish 
Hobbyist  43(1  2):22-28.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
95-007405     Schreiber,  Roland.  THE  FIERY  SLEEPER,  Imp.  fish  Hobby*  44(1):8-10.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

Hypse/eotris  compressa. 

95-007406     Shute,  J.  R.  and  ,ohn  Tullock.  CHEMiCAL  AND  PHYSICAL  PARAMETERS  OF  TROPICAL  SEAS, 
PARTS:  NITRATE.  Trap,  fish  Hobbyist  43(11  ):44-48.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
95-007407     Smilh,Stephen|.THEORFE:AFlSHFORALLSEASONS.Trop.nShHofaby(V44(.):102-l05.1995. 

FR40(4) 

Leudscus  idus,  ,,.,, 

,5.007408     ***  Michae,  K.  TAXONOMY  AND  NATURAL  HBTORJ  OF  FRESHWATER  TROPiCAL 

-^"^^1,^^^^  ±C  Si^Jlf^SSU  R*,*  ",0, 
,5-007,09     S,0stop(,  Michae,  K.  TAXONOMV  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  „, 
fi!h^S^^r^d=i'sp£«  Mtr  C^^S  N.C.  S,a,e  U,,,  Ral*.  27607, 
95.0074,  0     S,,a,,on,  Richard  F.  THE  SLINGJAW  WRASSE:  THE  FISH  WITH  BOARDING  HOUSE  REACH.  Trop. 
Fish  Hobby/si  43(12):32-36.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

Epibulus  ins/c/i'ator. 
95-00741  1     Taddeo,  Pat.  THE  PANTHER  GROUPER.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  Trop.  fish  Hobbyist  43(1  2):70-76. 

1995.  FR  40(4) 

Cromi/eples  a/ti've/i's. 
95-007412     Tavlp,W.J.THEASIANAROWANA:KlNGOFTHEAQUARIUM,Trop.fi5hHofabv/st43(12);84.89. 

1995.  FR  40(4) 


95V007414    van  den  Nieuwenhuizen,  Arend.  THE  COMPLEAT  BETTA  UNIMACULAJA.  Trop.  Bsh  Hobbyist 

43(1  2):92-1  05.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

95-007415     Volkart,  Bill.  CORYDORAS  CATS:  WEDGE-SHAPED  WONDERS.  Trop.  Fbh  Hobbyist 

43(11):212-219.1995.FR40(4) 

95-007416     Yamamoto,  Mike.  FRED  MOR,TA:  THE  L.VEBEARER  KING  OF  HAWAII.  Trop.  fish  Hobbyte 

44(1):92-101.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

MISCELLANEOUS  CULTURE  TECHNIQUES  AND  EQU.PMENT  NTAL  MODELS  FOR 

llnst  Aquacult,,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

t   POSSIBLE  IMPROVEMENT  OF  FRESFIWATER  AQUACULTURE 


Cbnrtultons  Presen.ee  a.  .he  Inlemaw™!  Conference  ^  Boreaux    quae  Hu  «      ,  pR 


|Dep.  Fish  &  Allied  Aquacult.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn, 

27 
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OF  SODIUM  NITRATE  TO  IMPROVE  ENVIRONMENTAL 
1995.  FR  40,4, 


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MISCELLANEOUS  CULTURE  TECHNIQUES  AND  EQUIPMENT  (Continued) 

c?^?^2°     B°vd'  Claude  E-  DEEP  WATER  INSTALLATION  OF  A  DIFFUSED-AIR  AERATION  SYSTEM  IN  A 
SHALLOW  PONDJ.  Appt.  Aquacult.  5(1}:l-9.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

IDep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacult.,  Agrk.  Exp.  Sin.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849] 

95.007421  Choubert,  G.;  ].  de  la  Noue  and  P.  Luquel.  AN  AUTOMATIC  COLLECTOR  FOR  FISH  FAECES. 
VG^D"^  ^orSuccess:Abitrac'sofCon'f'l)'Jlions  Presented  at  Ihe/nrernat/onal  Conference  "Bordeaux  AfjuaciJftofB 
,V  B°™eau*  fwnce,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sew/a,  compilers.  £ur.  Aquacull.  Soc.  5pec.  ftiW.  No. 
21.  p.  63-64.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[INRA,  Lab.  Nulr.  Poissons,  Sin.  Hydrobiol.,  64310-Saint-Pee  sur  Nivelle,  France] 

°74D2A2«r     D'Silva'A'M'ando-E-Maushan.NEUROCOMPUTING-INTEGRATION  DESIGN  -MID  SYSTEMS 
A  BASIS  FOR  WATER  QUALITY  AQUACULTURE  EXPERT  SYSTEMS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstfitcu  of 
v£   ,^?5,  ,      "'ed  al  l/ie  'ntemal'ona'  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  Match 

.  JS94.  /  Muv  an  rf  f.  5evi/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacu/t.  Soc.  Spec.  Pufaf.  No.  21  .  p.  6-7.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
IU.S.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Serv.,  Coop.  Fish.  &  Wilcll.  Res.  Unit,  Univ.  Ariz.,  210  Bioest,  Tucson  85721  ] 


*5S?In  ?ITM«S|'^  R-  and  A-  P"  McMaster-  THE  DESIGN  DEVELOPMENT  AND  TESTING  OF  AN  ROV  FQS 
•^  I  V  Measures  far  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference 
Bordeaux  AquKalture  H'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  1.  Mu/r  and  F.  Sew/a,  compilers.  Eur. 
Soc.  Spec.  Put).  No.  21.  p.  16-17.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Silsoe  Res.  Inst.,  Wrest  Park,  Silsoe,  Bedford,  England] 


Hussenot'  ITHE  CONTINUOUS  MEASUREMENT  OF  DISSOLVED  OXYGEN  I) 
f,  ?R  REfll™l  MeaSUres  for  Success:  Afaslracu  0{  Contributions  Presented  al  [/> 

F  "^  ?°    f1"  ^"?cu'lure  '94'*  8orde3^  F"nte,  March  23-25,  1  994.  /.  Mulr  and  F.  Sevlt 

fur.  Afjuacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2  1  .  p.  79-80,  1  994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 
JCcnl.  Rech.  Ecol.  Mar.  &  Acjuacult.  (CNRS-IFREMER),  BP  5,  17137  L'Houmeau,  France) 

TECHNIQUE  FOR  ANALYZING   HYDROGE 
RESED'MENT.l  Measures  far  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presentee/  at   tl 

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ICem.  RPch.  Ecoi,  Mat.  &  Aquacult.  (CNRS-IFREMER),  BP  5,  1  71  37  L'Houmeau,  France) 


puJCull  Risk  Comral  Lid,  Millings  Busi,,«ss  CM.,  longman  Rd,  Inverness  IV!  1SI,  Scolland| 

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ior  Spec.  PUW.  No.  21.  p.  102-103.  !994  In  french  FR  40|4)         **"""""•  5e""'a-  co^tea  Lu,.  Aquacult. 

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5™™RE  AROUND  'LLUMINATED  CAGE 

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FR  4  OH) 

1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MISCELLANEOUS  CULTURE  TECHNIQUES  AND  EQUIPMENT  (Continued) 

95-007432     Munasinghe,  L.  C;  Alfred  M.  Tambe;  C.  M.  Gempesaw  and  ].  Richard  Bacon.  AQUACULTURE 
MONITORING  AND  CONTROLLING  SYSTEM  (AQUAMACS).  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contnbutions 
Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,°  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  J  JM.  I- 
Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers,  fur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  14-15.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
(Century  22  Enviro/Dev.  Initiatives,  Inc.,  Newark,  DE| 

95-007433  Nijhof,  Mark.  BACTERIAL  STRATIFICATION  AND  HYDRAULIC  LOADING  EFFECTS  IN  A 
PLUG-FLOW  MODEL  FOR  NITRIFYING  TRICKLING  FILTERS  APPLIED  IN  RECIRCULATING  FISH  CULTURE 
SYSTEMS./\quacu/tureI34(1,2):49-64.  1995.FR4Q(4) 

[Netherlands  Inst.  Fish.  Res.  (RIVO-DLO),  Haringkade  1 ,  P.O.  Box  68,  1 970  AB  IJmLuden,  Netherlands] 

95-007434  O'Connor,  Brendan;  John  Costelloe;  Pat.  Dinneen  and  )ohn  Faull.  THE  EFFF-CJ  OF  HARROWING 
AND  FALLOWING  ON  SEDIMENT  QUALITY  UNDER  A  SALMON  FARM  ON  THE  WEST  COAST  OF  IRELAND. 
Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  (lie  /mernationa/  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
'94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  I.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Bur.  Aquacult.  Sac  Spec.  Publ.  No. 
21,  p.  58-59.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Aqua-Facl  Inl.  Serv.  Lid.,  1 2,  Kilkerrin  Park,  Liosbaun  Ind.  Est.,  Galway,  Ireland] 

95-007435  Priour,  Daniel  and  Yves  Degres.  [A  RECORDING  DEVICE  FOR  TENSION  ON  NET  LINES.]  Measures 
for  Success:  Abslracls  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacu  lure  94, 
Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  I.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers,  (fur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub!.  No.  21. 
p.  65-66.  1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 

[IFREMER,  BP  70  29280  Plouzane,  France] 

95-007436  Rach  ]  J'G  E  Howe  and  T.M.Schreier.  A  MINIATURE  HATCHING  SYSTEM  FOR  EVALUATING 
CHEMICAL  TREATMENTS  ON  FISH  EGGS.  Wafer  Res.  29(9):2103-2107. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Natl.  Biol.  Surv.,  Natl.  Fish.  Res.  Cent.,  P.O.  Box  018,  La  Crosse,  Wl  54602] 

95-007437     Rhodes,  Raymond  ).  and  P.  Hadtey.  BENEFITS  AND  COSTS  ANALYSIS  OF  A  COMPUTERIZED 

WATER  MONITORING  SYSTEM  FOR  COMMERCIAL  AQUACULTURE  ENTERPRISES.  Measures  for  Success: 

/^racKofTontribut/onsPresemedaltne/^^ 

Marc/i  23-25,  J  99-1.  /.  Mu/r  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers,  fur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub!.  No.  21   p. .22. 1 994.  FR  40(4} 

(Econ  Anal,  &  Seafood  Marketing  Program,  Off.  Fish.  Manage.,  Div.  Mar.  Resour.,  WNdl.  &  Mar.  Resour. 
Dep.,  P.O.  Box  12559,  Charleston,  SC  29422-2559| 

95-007438  Riley,  Larry  E.  AUTOMATED  WATER  QUALITY  MONITORING  AND  CONTROL  IN 
AQUACULTURE.  World  Aquacu/t.  26(2);35-37.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Campbell  Sci,,  Inc.,  815  W.  1800  North,  Logan,  UT  84321-1784.  tel:B01-750-9549] 

95-007439  Satterfield,  James  R.,  Jr.  and  Stephen  A.  Fllckinger.  FACTORS  INFLUENCING  STORAGE 
POTENTIAL  OF  PRESERVED  WALLEYE  SEMEN.  Prof.  Fish-Cult.  57(3):1 75-1 81 .  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Wildl.,  6060  Broadway,  Denver,  CO  8021 6]  Stizosted/on  v/Ireum. 

95-007440  Salterfield,  lames  R.,  Jr.  and  Stephen  A.  Flickinger.  FIELD  COLLECTION  AND  SHORT-TERM 
STORAGE  OF  WALLEYE  SEMEN,  Prog.  Fish-Cull.  57(3):182-187.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Div.  Wildl.,  G060  Broadway,  Denver,  CO  802 1 6]  SlizosteoVon  wrreum. 

95-007441  Scliipp,  Glenn.  A  SIMPLE,  ADJUSTABLE  GRADING  BOX  FOR  SMALL  FISH.  Prog.  Fish-Cult. 
57(3V245-247  1995  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Ind.  &  Fish.',  Darwin  Aquacult.  Cent,  Gen.  P.O.  Box  990,  Darwin,  NT,  0801,  Australia] 

95-007442  Sevila,  F.  and  A.  Muller-Feuga.  SENSORS  AND  INSTRUMENTATION.  Measures  for  Success; 
Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference ;B^eaux^"a^ft"r^%50^™^S1 
March  23-25,  J  994.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Affuacu/1.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21 .  p.  57. 1 994.  rK  4U14) 
(CEMAGREF,  BP  5095,  F-34033  Montpellier,  France] 

95-007443     Sweeney,  Mary  E.  FLUIDIZED  BED  BIOLOGICAL  FILTERS.  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(1);130-135. 

1995,  FR  40(4) 

95-007444  Watten,  Barnaby  J.  DESIGN  PROCEDURE  FOR  HOODED  SURFACE  OXYGEN  ABSORPTION 
SYSTEMS.  I.  World  Aquacult.  Soc.  26(2):200-21 1.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Natl.  Biol.  Serv.,  Res.  &  Dev.  Lab.,  Rural  Delivery  #4,  Box  63,  Wellsboro,  PA  16901 1 


nsmmw,     HeKiiomu    mijivem  <mu  .> ««„,    ...J  IMPACT  OF  pH  ON   INTERACTIONS  AMONG 

PHYTOPLANKTON  A^ZOOpTANKTON  AND  PERCH  (PtRCA  FlUVIATIUS)  IN  A  SHALLOW,  FERTILE 
LAKE.  Freshwater  Biol.  33{3):497-509.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Environ.  &  Evol,  Biol.,  Univ.  Liverpool,  Liverpool  L69  3BX,  England] 

FR40(4)  29  "95 


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GENERAL  LIMNOLOGY  AND  OCEANOGRAPHY  (Continued) 

95-007446  Channeshappa,  K.T.  STUDIES  ON  OCEANOCRAPHIC  FEATURES  IN  RELATION  TO  PLANKTON 
AND  PELAGIC  FISHERIES  IN  THE  ARABIAN  SEA  OFF  MANGALORE  REGION.  Mysore?  I.  Agric.  Sd.  27(I):1Q3 
1993.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Fish.,  Oceanogr.,  Mangalore-572  002,  India] 

95-007447  Nathaniel,  D.  Ebbez.  STUDIES  ON  SOME  OCEANOGRAPHIC  FEATURES  IN  RELATION  TO 
DEMERSAL  AND  PELAGIC  FISH  CATCHES  IN  THE  ARABIAN  SEA  OFF  MANGALORE.  Mysore  }.  Agric.  Sci 
26(3):338.  1992.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-007448  Ramakrishna.  DISTRIBUTION  OF  CURRENTS  AND  SOME  OTHER  BOTTOM  WATEft 
OCEANOCRAPHIC  FACTORS  IN  THE  FISHING  GROUNDS  OFF  MUKKA  AND  THEIR  POSSIBLE  INFLUENCE 
ON  EXPERIMENTAL  BOTTOM  TRAWL  FISHING.  Mysore  /.  Agric.  Sd.  25(3}:40Q.  1991.  Abstract  only,  FR  4G[4, 

BENTHOS 

95-007449     Evans,  Rebecca  L.  and  Michael  C.  Miller.  PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL  ANALYSIS  OF  FISH  PREDATtON 
IN  TOOLIK  LAKE,  ALASKA.  Ohio  \.  Sci.  95(2):9.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Univ.  Cincinnati,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  ML  006,  Cincinnati,  OH  4522 1-0006] 

MORPHOLOGY 

95-007450     Alexander,  R.  McN.  ENERGY  SAVING  BY  ELASTIC  MECHANISMS  IN  OSCILLATORY  MOTIOX 
Proceedings  of  the  4th  /nternationa/  Congress  of  Comparative  Pfiysio/ogy  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  &~  P I 
Augim  1995-  VVarrert  IV.  Surggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl,  Sect.:44. 1995.  Abstract  only,  f  R  40{4) 
(Pure  &  Appl.  Biol,,  Univ.  Leeds,  Leeds,  England] 

95-007451  Arai,  Nobuaki  and  Waiaru  Sakamoto.  JEFFECTS  OF  SEAWATER  TEMPERATURE  ON  SCAll 
CIRCULI  DEPOSITION  OF  REARED  RED  SEA  BREAM.]  Nippon  Sudan  CaWcafaW  61(3):316-319.  1995.  ti 
Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4} 

|Dep.  Fish.,  Fac.  Agric.,  Kyoto  Univ.,  Kyoto  606-01,  Japan]  Pagrus  major. 

95-007452     Ariiga,  C.;  I.  Garcia-Cuenca;  ].  I'eiez  Fuentes  anil  |.  C.  Fontanillas.  ELECTRON  M1CROSCOP 

STUDY  OF  ONCORHVNCHUS  MVKISS  (W.)  SPERMATOZOA.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contrftwtion 
Presented  ai  the  /nterrtaitonaf  Conference  'flordejux  AquKuIiurt'  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,   1 994. 
MuirandF.  Seu/.i,  compilers  f.ur.  Aquacu/f.  Soc.  Spec,  fubt  No.  21.  p.  1 -11-1.12.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
lCatedr.1  Biol ,  Fac.  Vet.,  U.C.M.  MaiJtid,  Avda.  PuetM  de  Hierro  s/n,  28040-Madrid,  Spain) 

95007453      Elarus,  Vlastimil  ,md  Mirosldv  Prokes.  AN  EXAMPLE  OF  PARTIAL  XANTHORISM   IN   ROACI 
(RU7H.U5  RUT/1.U5).  Fo!i3  loo!.  J4()):93-9-l.  UJ95.  TR  40(4) 

tlnst.  Landscape  Fcol ,  Acad.  Sci.  Oech  Republic,  Kretna  8,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic! 

AND  PHYSIOLOGY  OF  CATF.SHES.  /„;  Fish 


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|0pp.  Palaeo/ool.  S««lsh  Mus.  Nat.  His,.,  S-104  05  S.ockholm,  Sweden! 

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MORPHOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007460     Booth,  Anthony  ).;  Glenn  5.  Merron  and  Colin  D.  Buxton  WE  GROWm  OF 

ANDERSON//  (PISCES;  CICHLIDAE)  PROM  THE  OKAVANCO  DELTA,  BOTSWANA  AND  .A  COMPARISON 

OF  THE  SCALE  AND  OTOUTH  METHODS  Of-  AGEING.  Environ.  Btot.  Fishes  43(2):1  71-1  78.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Ichlhyol.  &  Fish.  Sci.,  Rhodes  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  94,  Grahamstown  6140,  South  Africa) 
95-007461      Bucke,  D.  and  S.  W.  Feist.  EPIDERMAL  HYPER-MELANIZATION  IN  NORTH  SEA  DAB  ("MANDA 
LIMANDA)  L.  fmematfonaf  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  .Hot  el  Sea  He, 
Washington,  September  4-8,  1  994.  Ronald  P-  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organs.  p.  P-99  1  994  FR  40{4 

[Minist.  Agric.,  Fish.  &  Food,  Fish  Dis.  Lab.,  Barrack  Rd.,  The  Nothe,  Weymouth,  Dorset  DT4  8UB,  England) 

95-007462     CambrayJ.  A.SEASONALOCCURENCE  AND  DISTRIBUT^ 

AFRICAN   MINNOWS,  PSEUDOBARBUS  AFER  (PETERS,    1864)  INHABITING   CLEAR  n  WATER  AND 
P5EUDOBARBUS  ASPER  (BOULENGER,   1911)  INHABITING  TURBID  WATER   (CYPRINIFORMGS, 
CYPRINIDAE).  Ann.  Cape  Prov.  Mus.  Nat.  Hist.  19(2):149-170.  1994.  FR40(4) 
[Albany  Mus.,  Grahamstown  6140,  South  Africa] 

95-007463     Chatain,  Beatrice.  STANDARD  MORPHOANATOMIC  AND  MORPHOMETRIC  CRJERIA  TO 
ASSESS  PERFORMANCE  OF  LARVAL  REARING  IN  DICENTRARCHUS  LABRAX  AND  SPARUS  AU/MTU5. 

M^forS^ 

'94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1  994-  1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers,  fur.  Aquacutl.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No. 

21.  p.  131-132.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Stn.  Aquacult.  Exp.  IFREMER,  Chemin  de  Maguelone,  34250  Palavas  les  Plots,  France] 

95-007464     Cha.ain,  Beatrice.  QUALITY  ASSESSMENT  OF  MARINE  FISH  LARVAE  AND  JUVENILES  Measures 
^Success:  Abstract  of  Conti&ton*  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "B^a«  ^uacuftuje  94 
Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Muir  and  F.  Sew/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacutt.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21  . 
p.114-115.1994.FR40(4) 

[Sin.  Aquacult.  Exp.  IFREMER,  Chemin  de  Maguelone,  34250  Palavas  les  Plots,  Trance] 

95-007465  Ciccotti,  Eleonora;  Giovanna  Marino;  Patrizia  Pucci;  Emilia  Calaldl  and  Slefano  »  Cataudella. 
ACCLIMAT,ON  TRIAL  OF  MUG/I  CEPHALUS  )UVENILES  TO  FRESHWATER:  MORPHOLOGICAL  AND 
BIOCHEMICAL  ASPECTS.  Environ.  Blol.  Fishes  43(2):  1  63-1  70.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Dip.  BioL,  Univ.  'Tor  Vergata,'  Via  delta  Ricerca  Scientifica,  001  33  Rome,  Italy] 

95-007466  Clark,  Eugenie  and  )ose  Castro.  "MEGAMAMA"  IS  A  VIRGIN:  DISSECTION  OF  THE  FIRST  FEMALE 
SPECIMEN  OF  MECACHASMA  PELAGIOS.  Environ.  Blol.  Fishes  43(4}:329.332.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Md,,  Dep.  Zool.,  College  Park  20742] 

95-007467  Cota  Meza,  Maria  Soledad;  Francisco  de  Lachica  Bonilla  and  Alfonso  Esqiiivel  Herrera. 
lECOLOG  CAL  IMPLICATIONS  OF  THE  MORPHOMETRIC  DEVELOPMENT  OF  FIRST  GILL-ARCH  OF  THE 
PACIFIC  CHUB-MACKEREL  SCOMBER  /APON/CUS  (HOUTTUYN).]  Invest.  Mar.  CICIMAR  fl(l):39.44,  1993.  In 

Cienc.  Mar.  I.P.N.,  Apdo.  Pos.a,  592,  La  Paz,  23000  B.C.S,  Mexico] 


95-007468  Davenport,  |.  and  C.  Bradshaw,  OBSERVATIONS  ON  SKIN  COLOUR  CHANGES  IN  JUVENILE 
LUMPSUCKERS./.f/s/tB/o/.47(1);143-154.1995.FR40(4) 

(Univ.  Mar.  Biol.  Stn.  Millport,  Isle  of  Cumbrae  KA28  OEG,  Scotland]  Cydopfems  'umpus. 

95-007469  David,  Andrew  W.;  Churchill  B.  Crimes  and  ].  Jeffery  Isely.  VATERITE  SAGITTAL  OTOLITHS  IN 
HATCHERY-REARED  (UVENILE  RED  DRUMS.  Prog.  Fish-Cult.  56(4);301-303.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

INatl.  Mar.  Fish.  Serv.,  Southeast  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  Panama  City  Lab.,  3500  Dolwood  Beach  Rd,  Panama  City, 
FL  32408]  Sc/aenops  ocellatus. 

m  nn?a7n  DP  la  Hoz  Eduardo  and  Rebeca  AJdunate.  [VARIATIONS  OF  THE  TENDINOUS  COMPLEX  OF 
THE  AL  F-ASaC  OF  Th^  ^ADDUCTOR  MANDIBULAE  MUSCLE  AND  THEIR  CONSEQUENCES  IN  THE 
PREMAXILLARY  BITE  MECHANISM,  IN  CAUQUE,  AUS7ROMENIDIA  AND  BASMOmVS  (TELEOSTEI, 
ATHER1NIDAE).]  Rev.  Blol.  Mar.  29(2):235-249.  1994.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Zool.,  Univ.  Calollca  Valparaiso,  Casllla  4059,  Valparaiso,  Chile] 


95-007471     Dhillon,  A.  K.;  K.  K.  Tandon;  S.  K.  Sahija;  R.  K.  Chahal  and  A.  Kumar.  ,  *C°} 

THE  BRAIN  OF  SOME  FRESHWATER  BONY  FISHES.  Res.  Bull.  Pan/ab  Univ.  So.  43{M):1  29-142.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

IDeo  Zool,  Paniab  Univ.,  Cliandigarh-160  014,  India]  C/ossogob/us  gnmis,  Ambasas  nama,  Co  Isa  lasciata 

M^SmbelJsarnSL,  Mystus  tengara,  Osleobrama  coteo,  Nemacheilus  hotia,  and  tepidocephaftchlhys  guniea. 

95-007472     Diaz  de  Astarloa,  ].  M.  AMBICOLORATION  IN  TWO  FLOUNDERS,  PAMUCHTHYS 
PATAGONICUS  AND  XYSTREUR/S  RASIIL  I  Fish  Biol,  47(1  >:1  68-1  70  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Cienc.  Mar.,  Fac.  Cienc.  Exactas  &  Nat.,  Univ.  Nac.  Mar  del  Plata,  Funes  3350  (7600),  Mar  del  Plata, 
Argentina] 

11  1995 

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A-  Faure  and  p'  Haffrav-  IEVOLUTION  or  MORPHOMETRICAL 

,  •  r  f  .]  Measures  for  Success;  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  ar  <te 

™S  ?  Co,nferenc.e  Bordeaux  Aquacu/lure  '94,'  Bordeaux.  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Mtiir  and  F.  Sevib, 
compos.  Eur,  AquaculL  Soc  5pec.  Pub/.  No.  21.  p.  149.  1994.  In  French  FR  40(4) 

ISYSAAF,  &5,  rue  St.  Bricuc,  35042  Rennes,  France)  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 


R;  Uwrence  S'  Blumer;  Pierre  Le)eune;  philiPP^  Caudfn;  Andrea  Marconate- 
P  ASYMMETRY  'N  COTTUS  8AfRD/  and  CCOBIO.  Fish  Communities  ^ 

£  Tf  f  ?  "^  t0,R'Ver  to"8''turf™/  Pallets:  Second  tatemat/ona/  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  rf 
IMO.FR40(4)  ^'^^^-^^"S^UgSS./ohn  Thorpe,  eC/tor.PD/.A,ch.Hy'drofa;o/.37(1-2):209221 


MrrDArnKMnT.  Peiier  Dullemeijer.  CORRELATION  BETWEEN  FEEDING  HABITS  AND 
HVdmWnl  WiSSS^Ml?^  OIi  ™REE  HAPLOCHROMiNE  FISHES  (PERCIFORMES).  Pol.  Arch 
HYdrob>oi  38(34):437-l47.  1  991  .  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

Haplochiomis  heusinkveldi  and  H.  squamipinnis. 

^^^^ 

-  CO'L  SWa"Sea'  Si"8ll!">"  Pa'k.  Swansea  SA2  8PP,  Wife' 


AreN™  n™™^^  CHANCES  IN  MY°CARDIAI  MORPHOLOGY  OF 
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4  Evol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sd.,  Leninskii  pr.  33,  Moscow,  ,  1  7071  Ru«|a] 


|F,Sh  Physiol.  Lab.,  INRA,  Can^p.s  Beaulfeu,  35  042  Renn.s  Cede*,  France!  Oncothyndw  nykiss  anr|  ftA 

s^i^s^ 

[Dep.  Gene  Fisiol.,  Univ.  Fed.  Sao  Carlas,  C.P.  676,  13565-905  Sao  Carlos,  SP,  Brazil] 

.9NTE&  AND  LOCOMOT.ON:   TW« 

In  German  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4)  AUANVtKT£BRATES'l  ^ool.  Syst.  fvo/w/ons/o«c/,.33(l):17-31.  1995. 


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/Inst.  Zoo-  &  VWWtlertofsch.  Berlin,  Berlin,  GefmanyJ 


o/  Conlrihuf/ow  ftesw(ed  af  the  KS  r?l  U?.Y  AJETHOD-1  W«»ww  for 
BDK/eaUJt  fe^ce,  Manrfi  PJ-25,  /994  /  Mufr  and  FsSc^L^f"  Bordeaux  Aquaculiuro  '94,' 
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(Dip.  Sci.  zootec.,  Via  delle  Cascine  5,  50144  Firenze,  Italy] 


1995.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 
JDep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Cafif.,  Los  Angeles  90024] 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MORPHOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007485  Gordon,  M.  S.;  I.  Plaut  and  D.  Kim.  HYDROMECHANICS  OF  THE  TETRAODONTIFORM  MODE 
OF  RIGID-BODY  SWIMMING  BY  FISHES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative 
Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor  Physio!  Zoo/ 
6B(4}Suppl.  Sect.:55.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Calif.,  Los  Angeles  90024]  Arothron  meleagris  and  A.  nigropunctatus. 

95-007486     Graham,  J.  B.;  K.  E.  Korsmeyer;  N.  C.  Lai;  R.  E.  Shadwick;  T,  Knower;  H.  Dewar  and  K  A  Dickson 
BIOMECHANICS,  ENERGETICS,  AND   PHYSIOLOGY  OF  TUNA  SWIMMING.  Proceedings  of  the  4th 
International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995  Warren 
W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:54.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Scripps  Inst.  Oceanogr.,  Univ.  Calif.  -  San  Diego,  La  Jotla  92093-0204] 

95-007487     Greenwood,  P.  H.  A  REVISED  FAMILIAL  CLASSIFICATION  FOR  CERTAIN  CIRRHITOID  GENERA 
(TELEOSTEI,  PERCOIDEI  CIRRHITOIDEA),  WITH  COMMENTS  ON  THE  GROUP'S  MONOPHYLY  AND 
TAXONOMIC  RANKING.  Bull.  Nat.  Hist.  Mus.  London  (Zoo/.,)61(1);1-10.  1995.  FR40(4) 
Data  for  24  species. 

95-007488  Gualtieri,  M.;  G.  Gen;  P.  Lupi;  G.  Parisl;  O.  Franci;  M.  Dell'Agnello  and  M  Mecalli 
(MORPHOLOGICAL  EVOLUTION  OF  TELEOSTS  DURING  GROWTH.  2.  MORPHOMETRICAl' 
MEASUREMENTS  OF  SEA  BASS  (DICENJRARCHUS  MB/MX).]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions 
Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacuhure  '9-1,"  Bordeaux,  France,  Match  23-25,  1904  f 
Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2 1 .  p.  1 29-1 30.  1 994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 
(Dip,  Sci.  zootec.,  Via  Cascine  5,  501 44  Firenze,  Italy] 

95-007489  Haladca,  Karel.  EMBRYONIC  DEVELOPMENT  OF  BROWN  TROUT  (SALMO  7RUTTA  M  MR/Oi 
Folia  Zoo/.  44(2):175-184.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Insl.  Landscape  Ecol.,  Acad.  Sci.  Czech  Republic,  Kvelna  8,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic] 

95-007490  Johnston,  I.  A.  MUSCLE  POWER  OUTPUT  DURING  BALLISTIC  SWIMMING  MOVEMENTS  IN 
FISH.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham 
UK,  6-1  /  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4}Suppl.  Sccl.:53.  1995.  Abstract  only 
FR  40(4) 

[Gaily  Mar.  Lab.,  Sch.  Biol.  &  Med,  Sci.,  Univ.  St.  Andrews,  St.  Andrews,  Fife  KYI  6  BLG,  Scotland! 
Myoxocephalus  scorpitis. 

95-007491  Johnston,  Ian  A.;  Vera  L.  A.  Vieira  and  Marguerite  Abercromby.  TEMPERATURE  AND 
MYOGENESIS  IN  EMBRYOS  OF  THE  ATLANTIC  HERRING  CiUPM/-M«£/VCUS./.  fx/j.  Sib/,  19ii(6)'1389-140'l 
1 995.  FR  40(3)  [Catty  Mar.  Lab.,  Sch.  Biol.  &  Med.  Sci.,  Univ.  St.  Andrews,  St.  Andrews,  Fife  KYI  6  BLB,  Scotland  j 

95-007492  Kiriakos,  2.;  G.  Koumoundouros;  P.  Divanach  and  M.  Kentouri.  PRELARVAL  AND  LARVAI 
DESCRIPTION  OF  NOTOCHORD  DEVELOPMENT  AS  A  CRITERION  FOR  EARLY  DETECTION  OF  TAlf 
ABNORMALITIES  IN  GILTHEAD  SEABREAM  (SPARUS  AURATA).  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of 
Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994J.  MuirandF.  5ew'/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  117-118.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
(inst.  Mar.  Biol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  2214,  71003  Iraktio,  Crete,  Creece| 

95-007493  Kondo,  Shlgeru  and  Rihito  Asai.  A  REACTION-DIFFUSION  WAVE  ON  THE  SKIN  OF  THE  MARINF 
ANCELFISH  POMACANTHUS.  Nature  (Land.)  376{6543):765-771.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Kyoto  Univ.,  Cent.  Mol.  Biol.  &  Genet.,  Shogoin-Kawnharacho  53,  Sakyo-ku,  Kyoto,  Japan) 

95-007494  Koumoundouros,  G.;  Z.  Kiriakos;  P.  Divanach  and  M.  Kentouri.  MORPHOMETRIC 
RELATIONSHIPS  AS  CRITERIA  FOR  THE  EVALUATION  OF  CULTURE  CONDITIONS  OF  GILTHEAD  SEA 
BREAM  (SPARUS  AURATA)  AT  THE  LARVAL  STAGE.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  at  t/ic 
International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  F  Sevila 
compilers,  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  121-123.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
(Insl.  Mar.  Biol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  2214,  71003  Iraklio,  Crete,  Greece) 

95-007495  Krum,  Howard;  Robert CooperandGeorgeTzinas.UROLITHIASIS  IN  AWI IITESPOTTEDFILEFISI I 
CANTHERHINES  MACROCERUS;  A  CASE  REPORT.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  25.  p.  131-136. 
1994.  FR  40(4)  M 

(New  England  Aquarium,  Vet.  Serv./ACL,  Central  Wharf,  Boston,  MA  021 1 0] 

95-007496     Kushnlrov,  D.  and  G.  Deganl.  SEXUAL  DIMORPHISM  IN  YELLOW  EUROPEAN  EELS,  ANCUILIA 
ANCUILLA  (L).  Aquacult.  Res.  26(6):409-41 4.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
(Degani:  Golan  Res.  Inst.,  Katzrln,  Israel) 

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SA^ULAR  OTOUT'HSnF°RO  MORPHOLOGY  AND  ULTRASTRUCTL/RE  OF 

MACROURIDAE)  FROlI  THE  SOUTH  ^^C^f.    ™C^^  <^O^^US  lCAD\fOKM& 

ICSIC-lnst  CiPnr  M  r  PI  "™  "f*51  ATLANTIC.  J.  Morpho/.  225  2):,  79-192.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
C.  ^Cbt^^'^1  S/n'  °8039  Barcelona.  Catalonia,  Spain)  C  caetorWnc.1  C. 


^ 
|Ma,  Sd.  Cen,,  Ncrtheas,  Univ.,  E.  Point,  Nahant,  MA  0,  908|S  sp/e^en, 

^STION^^M^^  THE  SIAMESE  FIGHTING  FISH.  ...  THE 

£vo/.  45{6):314-326.  1995  FRTo(4)  OPERCULAR  DISPLAY  MOTONEURONS.  Brain  flchav. 

[Mar.  Sri.  Cen,,  Northeast.  Univ.,  E.  Point,  Nahan,,  MA  0,908!  Bens  sp/enden, 


OL^CTORY  BULB  ,N  THE  CHINOOK  SALMON 
Neutosci.,  U,iv0e'  **  ^(^'08,20.  ,995.  FR  40,4) 


,,PEFORMAT,ON.Nalure^nd.)376(6543):722-7 


,«  ,  mactl, 

MORPHOLOCICAL>ATTE3RNKDUeRING%HrriR^  COMPARISON  OF  THE  CHANGE   IN 

AND  LIZA  5ALIENS  FROM  WKTERN  .  GREECE  ?S?£    «    ^5™  °F  ™E  GREY  MULLETS  LIZA  MMAOA 
Pool.  Lab.,Dep.  Bio.,  Univ.  Pa,!  26UO  pits  G±]  ^  23(1'2):143-155-  1995'  FR  «W 


COMMERCIAL  MARINE    FISH 
IB*  Sc,  BrancK  CeP.  Fish.  4  Oceans,  ^™"*'  '  "3'  FR 


^  AND  HETEROZVGOS,TY  (NFLUENCE   THE 

,9/5  F^oif0^  M'NNOW'  PWOJffW^  WOX/WS    (I  .) 


IZool.  MUS,  Univ.  Zurich,  VVin,erhurors,r.  190,  CH-80S7  Zurich,  Sw.,zer(and, 


,  THE  -,  TroP. 


,  PMo|.  &  flehav,  Univ.  Calif.,  Davis  956,6)  "  ' 

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FR  40(4) 

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1995 


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MORPHOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007512     Powell,  Allyn   B.   and  Theresa   Henley.   EGG  AND   LARVAL   DEVELOPMENT  OF 
LABORATORY-REARED  GULF  FLOUNDER,  PARALICHJHYS  ALBICUTTA,  AND  SOUTHERN  FLOUNDER   P. 
LETHOSJICMA  (PISCES,  PARALICHTHYIDAE).  US.  Wai/.  Mar.  Fish.  Serv.  Fish.  Bull.  93(3}:504-51 5, 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Beaufort  Lab.,  Southeast  Fish,  Set.  Cent.,  NMFS,  NOAA,  101  Rivers  Island  Rd,  Beaufort,  NC  28516-9722] 

95-00751 3  Radtke,  Richard  L  FORENSIC  BIOLOGICAL  PURSUITS  OF  EXOTIC  FISH  ORIGINS'  PIRANHA  IN 
HAWAII.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(4):393-399.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Sch.  Ocean  &  Earth  Set.  &  Technol.,  Univ.  Hawaii,  1 000  Pope  Rd.,  MSB  632,  Honolulu  968221  Pyeocentrus 
nattered. 

95-007514     Rahman,  M.  F.;  B.  V.  Govind  and  S,  L.  Raghavan.  OSTEOLOGICAL  MALFORMATION  IN  SILVER 
CARP.  I.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  1 9(2):67-68.  1 987.  FR  40(4) 
Hypophthalmichlhys  molilrix  in  India. 

95-007515  Rahman,  M,  F.;  S.  L.  Raghavan;  P.  K.  Sukumaran  and  S.  Ayyappan.  A  FREAK  DIGESTIVE  SYSTEM 
IN  ORRHINUS  MRIGALA  (HAMILTON).  /.  Inland  Fish,  Soc.  India  2 1  (2):52-53.  1 989.  FR  40(4) 

95-007516  Ramaseshu,  A.  HISTOMORPHOMETRIC  CHANGES  IN  THE  OVARY  OF  A  FRESH  WATER 
TELEOST  OF  CLARIAS  BATRACHUS  (L.)  TREATED  WITH  ALUUM  CEPA  (L).  Proc.  W.  Va.  Acad  Sci  67(1  VI 3-14 
1995,  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Blol.,  W.Va.  Inst.  Technol.,  Montgomery  251361 

95-007517  Raymond,  Pamela  A.;  Linda  K.  Barthel  and  Gary  A.  Curran.  DEVELOPMENTAL  PATTERNING  OF 
ROD  AND  CONE  PHOTO  RECEPTORS  IN  EMBRYONIC  ZEBRAFISH.  I  Comp.  Neurot.  359MV537-550  1995 
FR40(4)  ' 

(Dep.  Anal,  &  Cell  Biol.,  Univ.  Mich.  Med.  Sch.,  Ann  Arbor  481 09-061 6]  Dan/o  rerio. 

95-00751 8  Riehl,  R.  and  R.  Bless.  FIRST  REPORT  ON  EGG  DEPOSITION  AND  EGG  MORPHOLOGY  OF  THE 
ENDANGERED  ENDEMIC  ROMANIAN  PERCH.  /.  Fish  Biol.  4C(.6):1086-1090.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Zool.  (Morphol.  &  Zellblol.)  Univ.,  Universitaetsstr.  1,  D-40225  Duesseldorf,  Germany!  Romanichttys 
valsanicola. 

95-007519  Rome,  L.  C.  TOTAL  POWER  GENERATED  BY  THE  FISH'S  MUSCULATURE  DURING  STEADY 
SWIMMING.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Buregren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect '53  1995 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Biol.  Dep,,  Univ.  Pa.,  Philadelphia  19104] 

95-007520     Saeed,  B.;  W.  Ivantsoff  and  L  E.  L.  M,  Crowley.  SYSTEMATIC  RELATIONSHIPS  OF  ATHERINIFORM 
FAMILIES  WITHIN  DIVISION  I  OF  THE  SERIES  ATHERINOMORPHA  (ACANTHOPTERYGM)  WITH  RELEVANT 
HISTORICAL  PERSPECTIVES.  I.  Ichthyol.  34(9):27-72.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Sch.  Blol.  Sci.,  Macquarle  Univ.,  N.S.W.,  Australial 

95-007521     Saloh,  T.;  O.  Hlsatomi  and  F.  Tokunaga.  ARRANGEMENT  OF  PHOTORECEPTOR  CELLS  AND 
DISTRIBUTION  OF  VISUAL  PIGMENTS  IN  THE  KILLIFISH  RETINA.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress 
of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggten,  editor. 
Physiol.  Zool.  68(4}Suppl.  Sect.:1 61.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.,  Fac.  Sci.,  Osaka  Univ.,  Osaka,  Japan] 

95-007522  Seri,  Shigemi;  Tokuko  Watanabe;  Masashi  Maita;  Nobuaki  Okamoio;  Yuji  Hashiguchl;  Chieko 
Fujimoto  and  Kumiko  Iwal.  [APPLICATION  OF  MAGNETIC  RESONANCE  IMAGING  TO  FISHES,]  Nippon  Suisan 
CaMcaisrii  6 1(3):33 1-338. 1995,  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Res.  Lab.,  Nihon  Medi-physlcs  Co.,  Ltd.,  Sodegaura,  Chlba  299-02,  Japan]  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-007523  Shardo,  Judith  D.  COMPARATIVE  EMBRYOLOGY  OF  TELGOSTEAN  FISHES.  I.  DEVELOPMENT 
AND  STAGING  OFTHE  AMERICAN  SHAD,  ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA  (WILSON,  181  lUMorpno/.  225(2):125-167. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Blol.  Sci.,  Univ.  S.  Ala.,  Mobile  36688-0002]  Data  for  nine  other  species. 

95-007524  Sinha,  M.  RACIAL  ANALYSIS  OF  PLOJOSUS  CANIUS  HAMILTON  FROM  HOOGHLY-MATLAH 
ESTUARY  AND  CHILKA  LAKE,  /.  Mar.  Blol.  Assoc.  India  23(1&2):7-14. 1981 .  FR  40(4) 

95-007525    Sire,  Jean-Yves  and  Ann  Huysseune.  FINE  STRUCTURE  OF  THE  DEVELOPING  FRONTAL  BONES  ' 
AND  SCALES  OF  THE  CRANIAL  VAULT  IN  THE  CICHLID  FISH  HEMICHROMIS  BIMACULA7US  (TELEOSTEI, 
PERCIFORMES).Ce//T/ssueRes.  273(3):51 1-524.  1993,  FR  40(4) 

[CNRS  ERA  1137,  ER  Formations  Squeleltiques,  Univ.  Paris  7,  Lab.  Anal,  comparee,  Case  7077,  2,  Place 
Jussieu,  F-75251  Paris  Cedex  05,  France] 

FR40(4)  35  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 


MORPHOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007526     Smirnova,  O.  G.  RETINAL  STRUCTURE  OF  BAIKAL  OILFISHES  OF  THE  ENDEMIC  FAMILY 
CQMEPHQRIDAE.  ).  Ichthyol.  35(1):139-145.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[LimnQ!ogical  Inst.,  Siberian  Branch,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,,  Irkutsk,  Russia]  Comephorus  baikatensis  and  C 


cii  in  Russia. 

95-007527     Smith,  Stephen  A.;  Thomas  Caceci  and  John  L.  Robertson,  OCCURRENCE  OF  RODLET  CELLS  IN 
THE  VASCULAR  SYSTEM  OF  ANCELFISH  (PTEROPHYtLUM  SCALARE  SCAiARE)  ASSOCIATED  WITH  TISSUE 
PATHOLOGY.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aqual  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  25.  p.  145.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Palhobiol.  &  Biomed.  Sci.,  Va.-  Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  VPI  &  SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061  1 

95-007528     Sloskopf,  Michael  K.  ANATOMY  AND  PHYSIOLOGY  OF  SHARKS.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Micbaei  ti. 
Stosfcopi  editor,  p.  749-753.  1993.  FR  40{4) 

IDep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-007529    Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  ANATOMY.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Sloskopf,  editor,  p.  2-30.  1993. 
FR40(4)  P 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607]  tctalurus 
punctalus,  Carassius  auratus,  Acipenser,  Plerophyf/um,  Pomacartthus,  Hippocampus,  Sphyrna  tiburo,  and  Dasyalis 

a  mQi-fV--itt-i 


amencana. 


95-007530     Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  FISH  HISTOLOGY.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  n.  31-47. 
1993.FR40(4] 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-007531     Tandon,K.K.;M.S.johalandS.Bala.MORPHOMETRYOFC(R/!HJNU5REBA(HAMILTON}FROM 

KANjLI  WETLAND,  PUNJAB,  INDIA.  Res.  Bull.  Panjab  Univ.  Sci.  43(1-4):73-80.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Zool,  Panjab  Univ.,  Chandigarh-160  014,  India] 

95-007532     Thompson,  Kip  R.  and  Daniel  W.  Beckman.  VALIDATION  OF  AGE  ESTIMATES  FROM  WHITE 
SUCKER  OTOLITHS.  Trans.  Am.  Fish.  Sac.  124(4):637-639.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

(Mar.  Environ.  Sci.  Consort.,  Dauphin  Island  Sea  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  369-370,  Dauphin  Island,  AL  3652B| 
CaltKiomus  cammersoni  in  Missouri. 

95-007533     Torroba,  M.;  A.  Chiba;  A.  Vicente;  A.  Varas;  R.  SdcecJon;  E.  Jimenez;  Y.  Honma  and  A.  G.  Z.inala, 
MACROPHAGE-LYMPHOCYTE  CELL  CLUSTERS  IN  THE  HYPOTHALAMIC  VENTRICLE  OF  SOME 

ElASMOBRANCH  FISH:  ULTRASTRUCTURAL  ANALYSIS  AND  POSSIBLE  FUNCTIONAL  SIGNIFICANCE  Anat 
Rec.  242{3):400-410.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Zapala:  Dep.  Cell  Biol.,  Fac.  Biol.,  Complutense  Univ.,  38040  Madrid,  Spain]  Dasyatis  akaiei,  Triakis  scvltium 
Muste/us  manazo,  and  Scyiiorhinus  lomzame. 

95-007534     Turingan,  Ralph  G.;  Peter  C.  Wainwright  and  Dannie  A.  Hensley.  INTERPOPULATION  VARIATION 
B'°MECHANICS  IN  CARIBBEAN  TRIGCERFISHES.  Oeco/ogi, 


[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  F|3.  Stale  Univ.,  Tallahassee  32306-3050]  Batistes  vetula,  Meiichthys  niger,  Xanthichthvs 
nngens,  and  Cantherhmes  macracerus.  r 

95-007535     van  den  Berg,  C.  THE  RELATION  BETWEEN  BRANCHIAL  SIEVE  MOVEMENTS   AMn 

^I°N0FFED1NC  'N  COMMON  BREAM  WK™>$  *MMA)  AND  WHm  i  BREAM  W 
^'  N^?  IMA-G'NC  °F  THE  WATERFLOW  IN  THE  HEAD  OF  A  BREATHING  CARP  ttyS 

}f-p/ocee,dz\°\^^ 

AugM  1995.  Wanen  W.  Burggw,  editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4}SupPI.Sec.,41.  1995.  Abstract  o 


(Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Cambridge,  Cambridge,  England.  e-mail:cv10005@hermes.cam.ac.ukj 

S^ 
C^np^fhf^hl^ 
editor.  Phys,ol.  Zool.  68(4)SuPPF.  Secl.;56.  1995.  Abstract  only  FR  40(4)  Burggnn 


(Sci.  Res.  Zool.  Mus.,  Moscow  State  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia] 

FR40<4}  ,, 

1  995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MORPHOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007538  Veldkamp,  Ronnie.  THE  USE  OF  CHEWING  PADS  FOR  ESTIMATING  THE  CONSUMPTION  OF 
CYPRINIDS  BY  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO.  Special  Issue:  Cormorant,  Phalacrocorax  carbo. 
Mennoban  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Merino  Z'tjlstra,  editors.  Ardea  83{1):135-138. 
1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[De  Rikking  46,  NL-8332  CG  Steenwijk,  Netherlands]  Data  for  seven  species. 

95-007539     Vischer,  Heinrich  A.  ELECTRO  RECEPTOR  DEVELOPMENT  IN  THE  ELECTRIC  FISH  E1GENMANNIA: 
AHISTOLOGICALAND  ULTRASTRUCTURAL  STUDY J.  Comp.  Neurol.  360(1):81-100.  1995.  FR40(4) 
[Dep.  Pharmacol.,  Biocenl.,  Univ.  Basel,  Klingelbergstr.  70,  CH-4056  Basel,  Swil2erland| 

95-007540     Wainwright,  Peler  C.;  Ralph  G.  Turingan  and  Elizabelh  L  Brainerd.  FUNCTIONAL  MORPHOLOGY 
OF  PUFFERFISH  INFLATION:  MECHANISM  OF  THE  BUCCAL  PUMP.  Cope/a  1 995(3):61 4-625. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Fla.  State  Univ.,  Tallahassee  32306-3050]  Chilomycterus  schocpfi. 

95-007541     Wall    A    E;  D.  L.  Williams;  E.  ].  Branson;  W.  M.  Brancker  and  M.  Williamson.  OCULAR 
ABNORMALITIES  IN  FARMED  TURBOT  (HIPPOGLOSSUS  HIPPOGLOSSUS  L.).  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald 
P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-90,  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
(Vei.  Surgery,  Rogart,  Sutherland,  Scotland] 

95-007542    Wardle,  C.  S.;  J.  J.  Videler  and  J.  D.  Altrlngham.  TUNING  IN  TO  FISH  SWIMMING  WAVES:  BODY 
FORM,  SWIMMING  MODE  AND  MUSCLE  FUNCTION.!  Exp.  Biol.  198(B):1 629-1636.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Allringham:  Dep.  Pure  &  Appl.  Biol,,  Univ.  Leeds,  Leeds  LS2  9JT,  England] 

95-007543  Welsh,  Sluart  A.  and  Richard  L.  Raesly.  THE  MORPHOLOGICAL  CONSEQUENCES  OF 
INSULARIZATION  IN  THE  CHECKERED  SCULPIN.  Proc.  W.  Va.  Acad.  Sci  67(1):10-11.  1995.  Abslract  only. 

FR40(4)  ,  .      ,. 

JCoop.  Fish  &  Wildt.  Res.  Unit,  Morgantown,  WV  2&506]  Coitus  girardi. 

95-007544  Zelditch,  Miriam  Leah;  William  L.  Fink  and  Donald  L.  Swiderski.  MORPHOMETRICS, 
HOMOLOGY,  AND  PHYLOGENETICS:  QUANTIFIED  CHARACTERS  AS  SYNAPOMORPHIES.  Sysl.  Biol. 
44(2):179-189.1995.FR40(4) 

[Mus.  Paleontol,,  Univ.  Mich.,  Ann  Arbor  48109,  e-mail:zelditch@umrc.edu]  Pygopnstis  denticulate, 
Serrasalmus  gouldingi,  Pygocentrus  car/be,  P.  nattereri,  and  P.  p/raya, 

95-007545  Acierno,  R,;  ].  A.  Macdonald;  C.  Agnisola  and  B.  Tola.  BLOOD  VOLUME  IN  THE 
HEMOGLOBINLESS  ANTARCTIC  TELEOST  CH/ONODRACO  HAMA7US  (LONNBERG).  I.  Exp-  Zoo/. 
272(5):407-4Q9,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dip.  Biol.,  Univ.  Lecce,  1-73100  Lecce,  Ualyl 

95-007546  Adams,  C.  E.;  F.  A.  Huntingford  and  M.  Jobllng.  A  NON-DESTRUCTIVE  MORPHOMETRIC 
TECHNIQUE  FOR  ESTIMATION  OF  BODY  AND  MESENTERIC  LIPID  IN  ARCTIC  CHARR:  A  CASE  STUDY  OF 
ITSAPPLICATION./.r7shBio/.47(l):82-90.1995.FR40(4}  „,,„,.„  c  .1  .1 

[Fish  Behav.  &  Ecol.  Group,  Univ.  Field  Sin,,  Univ.  Glasgow,  Rowardonnan,  Glasgow  GC.3  OAW,  Scotland! 
Satvelinus  alpinus, 

95-007547  Agullar,  N,  M.  and  J,  B.  Graham.  THE  RESPIRATORY  PHYSIOLOGY  OF  AIR-BREATHING  GOBIES. 
Proceedings  of  the  4lh  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6- 1 J 
August  1995.  Wanen  W.  Burggrcn,  editor.  P/iys/o/,  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:72.  1995.  Abstract  only.  PR  40(4} 

(Scripps  Insl.  Oceanogr.,  Univ.  Calif.  -  San  Diego,  La  Jolla  92093-0204]  Perlophthalmodon  barbatus  and 
Gillkhihys  mirabilis. 

95-00754B  Ahmed,  Javeed  and  N.  S.  Mahendrakar.  EFFECT  OF  DIFFERENT  LEVELS  OF  MOLASSES  AND  SALT 
ON  ACID  PRODUCTION  AND  VOLUME  OF  FERMENTING  MASS  DURING  ENSILING  OF  TROPICAL 
FRESHWATER  FISH  VISCERA.  ].  Food  Sci.  Techno/.  32(2):1 1 5-1 1 0.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Mahendrakar:  Anim.  Prod.  Technol.  Dep,,  Cent.  Food  Technol.  Res.  Insl,  Mysore-570  013,  India]  Labeo 
rohita,  Cyprinus  carpio,  Gibe/ion  caf/a,  and  Cirrhinus  mriga/a. 

95-007549  Aksler,  |-|.  A.;  ].  T.  M.  Koumans;  J.  Cuelenaere  and  ].  W.  M.  Osse.  UPTAKE  OF  TRITIATED 
THYMIDINE  IN  MUSCLE  OF  JUVENILE  CARP.  /.  Fish  Biol.  47(1  ):1 65-1 67. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Exp.  Anim.  Morpliol.  &  Cell  Biol.,  Agric.  Univ.,  Marijkeweg  40,  NL-6709  PC  Wagenmgen,  Netherlands] 
Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-007550  Amano,  Masafumi;  Susumu  Hyodo;  Shoji  Kitamura;  Kazumasa  Ikula;  Yuzuru  Suzuki;  Akihisa  Urano 
and  Katsuml  Aida.  SALMON  GnRH  SYNTHESIS  IN  THE  PREOPTIC  AREA  AND  THE  VENTRAL 
TELENCEPHALON  IS  ACTIVATED  DURING  GONADAL  MATURATION  IN  FEMALE  MASU  SALMON.  Gen. 
Comp.  Endocrlnol.  99(1):13-21,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Nikko  Branch,  Nat.  Res.  Inst.  Aquacull.,  Nikko,  Tochigi,  Japan]  Oncornyncnus  masou. 

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SALMON  GnRH  SYNTHESIS  AND  PRFmr.^^^^  PREOPTIC  AND  VENTRAL  TELENEPHALK 
SALMON.  Ge,CompTd^  IN  UNDERYEARUNC  MALE  MASL 

[Nikko  Branch,  Na,  Res.  Ins,.  Aquacult,  Nikko,  Tochigi,  ji^,  Oncor^us  masou. 


DEFENSE  MECHANISMS  IN  FISH 
on  Aquatic  toimarHea  fa  P™£         J^   S  AN£  CONTAMINANT  EXPOSURE. 

4-5,  1994  Ronald  P.  Heffind  fam«  fi  E  "^  She"'0'1  H°'e/'  Se3"/e'  WasW"* 

IM^.I  ni^i  c       V    .  L"dna'  ames  K-  Wmion,  organizers,  p.  P-73  1994  FR  4QI4\ 

95  007553  HM"h  ""'  L3b"  '  7°°  LMtOWn  Rd"  ^^e,  WV  25430] 

EI^MOBRANCH^ISH-  POSSIBLMNTFJIf^^  N'  Ha2on'  NATRIURETIC  HORMONES  IS 

4th  toiwna^a/  CLof?  WITH  OTHER  ENDOCRINE  SYSTEMS,  ftocecdfass  offc 


ORHINU^NICU^  OF  THE  EMETIC  RESPONSE  IN  THi 

,  fl/rm/^™/,^;^ 

Secr.:62.  1995.  Abstract  only  FR40|4)  "  W  Bl/rggren'  ed/tor'  P/)^o/'  Zoo/'  fr^^lSupfl 

IDep.  Physio,.,  S,  George,  HOSp.  Med.  Sd,,  Cranmer  Tc-race,  London  SW1  7  ORE,  England, 

OUT  SF*™  Sm^D  VRSH;  l^  kiea^  /  W™^  a"d  ''  '^  THE  PE™ASES  '-EAK'^ 
/ntwnattonal  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aouac^'S.?    ,<         r  A/""acls  of  ConW6iitions  fresenlec/  fl(  tN 


.  em.,  Acad.  Sc,  C,ecn  Rep  p  Czech  Republic]  ,n 

HEMATOLOGY  OF  FOOD  FISH  RAISED  i, 
1995.FR40(4)  V    ^UL.UKt  tNVIRONMENT.  Prac.  InL  Axoc.Aquat.Anim.  Med  Vot  26  p  21 


oceefe  0^Te  4,^in,    N?ER,S^STEMS  1N  THE  RAINBOW  TROUT 
'.,^     ,/9?v^ 
.  Absiract  only.  FR  40(4)  u"'-'-'i'na"Mlv-fl'"ffiwacdi(w.P/iyito/.Zoo/.  68(4}Suppl  Sect'  Js7 

[Dop.  Zoophystol,  Univ.  Cotoborg,  Coteborg,  Sweden] 


Biol.,  Univ.  Bergen,  5020  Bergen,  Noway) 

>n.   OXVHPM   DAOTI  ii     nn .__ 

I  THE 


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1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MARICULTURE  (Continued) 


'  AQUAFARMING  IN  COASTAL  INDIA' 


Mrr  PaUl.Dl  AN  INTECRATED  APPROACH  TO  AQUACULTURE  SITE  SELECTION  AND 

MANAGEMENT  Proceedings  of  the  Canada-Norway  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of  AquacuHurc.  A. 
tnik,  I  .  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V.  Wennevik,  editors.  Fisken  Have!.  No.  13.  p.  53-60.  1  994  FR  40(4} 


.  .       .      .    .  . 

lAquaculL  Coord    Off.,   Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  P.O.  Box  550,  Halifax,  NS,  Canada   B3J  257. 
e-mail:pkeizer@biome.bio.dfo.ca| 


Mrw,o  Ln™E  'MPACT  °F  DISEASES  OF  PEN.REARED  SALMONIDS  ON  COASTAL 

MARINE  ENVIRONMENTS    Proceedings  of  the  Canada-Norvva,  Workshop  on  Environmental  Impacts  of 
Aquacuiiure.  A.  Ervik,  P.  Kupka  Hansen,  and  V,  Wennevik,  editors.  Fisken  Havel.  No  13  p  85-95  1994  FR  40(4) 
[Dcp.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Biol.  Sci.  Branch,  Pac.  Biol.  Sin.,  Nanaimo,  BC,  Canada  V9R  5K6] 


E<fwards;  N'  MacDougall  and  K.  Black.  INTERACTION  OF  CURRENTS,  FISH 
EFARMINGREECE^^UresfofS1Jcce5s:AbSiraa5ofComr/b(J(/onsP^ertterf 

at  the  International  Conference  Bordeaux  Aquacu/ture  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /  Muir  and  f. 

bevila,  compiteis.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21  p  49-50  1994  FR  40(4) 

PA34  4AD'  Scolland'  SPart 


Mm  FT8L  inf  rfS',  n?T-  MA,N'PULAT'ON  OF  OVARIAN  DEVELOPMENT  AND  SPAWNING  IN  GREY 
MULLET,  MUCIL  CtPHALUS  L  Isr.  J.  Aquacull  Bam;c/ge/i47(2):43-58.  1  995  FR  40(4) 
jlnst.  F,sh.  Sci.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  1  Roosevell  Rd.,  Seel,  4,  Taipei,  Taiwan  106] 

95-007:288     Lazzari   A.  and  M.  DiBitelto.  OFFSHORE  CAGE  FARMING  IN  SICILY    Measures  for  Success' 

MaS«MC^ 

FR40(4)  M™™4f.  Seviia,  confers.  £ur.  Aquacu/t  Soc.  Spec.  Pufaf  No.  21.  p.  270-279.  1994. 


'  °°OM  Rome' 


[F.Sh,  &  Oceans,  West  Vancouver  Lab.,  4160  Marine  Dr.,  West  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V7V  1N6] 
[Croupe  Rech.  /whlhewquaculr,  Univ.  Ca<lix,  Con,plejo  Gene.  Mar,  1  1510  P.er.o  Real  (Cadiz),  Spain| 

\fac.  Agnc..  Kyushu  Univ.,  Fuktiok.1  812,  j,ipan| 

Aquacultuie  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25  1994  I  M,  ,Sf  ci  i  /ntema  »  na'  Conference  "Bordeaux 

'  Sevila-  comllers- 


,       reaux,   rance,     arc    23-25  1994  I  M,  ,f  c     i  ux 

.  No.  2  1  ,  p.  1  60-  1  6  1  .  1994.  FR  40(4}  '  Sevila-  comPllers-  &r.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec 

(Sin.  Exp.  Aquaojli.  IFREMER,  Chemin  Maguelone,  34250  Palavas  Ftots,  France) 

S^^^ 

Comere,ce  -Bordeaux  Aquacukuv  'H'  ISelu*  "a^i  i2?A^f  S^a^J8?6"'*'  '""  (/ie  '"<e™t/ona/ 
fur.  ^flwcu/t  5oc.  Spec  Pub!.  No.  21.  p  44   lS  FR  40^  "^  *  5ev/fe- 

|Dep.  Maritime  Studies  &  ,„,.  Transpor|(  Uni,  Wa|es  Cfl|j   p>o<  Qo>(  g^ 


lione;  Marie,,,.  &  Fhh.  Dep,  Kuwai,  Jnsl.  Sci.  Res.,  P.O.  Box  1638,  Salmiva  2201  7,  Kuwait, 


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PHYSIOLOGY  (Cunlinued) 

95-007574  Bomgren,  P.;  B.Holsteinand  A,C,)onsson.  CHARACTERIZATION  WITH  ANTAGONI5TSOFTHE 
HISTAM1NE  RECEPTOR  MEDIATING  STIMULATION  OF  GASTRIC  ACID  SECRETION  IN  THE  COD,  CADUS 
MORHUA.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Br'oc/iemfslry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1  (August!  995.  Warren  W.  Surggren,  editor.  p/wsio/.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.Sect.:62.  1995.  Abslpatl 
only.  FR  40(4) 

[Unfv.  Goteborg,  Goteborg,  Sweden] 

95-007575  Borger,  R.;  ].  Van  Audekerke;  R.  Blust  and  A.  Van  der  Linden.  IN  VIVO  AND  NON  INVASWf 
MEASUREMENT  OF  TEMPERATURE  STRESS  INDUCED  CHANGES  IN  THE  ENERGY  METABOLISM  Of  THE 
COMMON  CARP,  BY  31P-NMRS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  /nlernationaf  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  sn-i 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1  1  August  1995.  Warren  W,  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sectrl  76. 
1  995.  Ab^ract  only.  FR  40(4) 

|Ecoph,ysiol.  &  Biochern.,  Univ.  Antwerp,  Antwerp,  Belgium]  Cypr/nus  carpio. 

95-007576  Borrebaek,  B.;  R.  Waagbo;  B.  Chrislophersen;  M.  Tranulis;  G.-l.  Hemre  and  A.  Krogdaht.  SALMON 
LIVER  GLUCOKINASE.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Phys/o/ogyanc/B/Qcriemistry. 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  flurggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:13Q.  199S 
Abslraci  only.  FR40(4) 

[Dep.  Biochent.,  Physiol.  &  Nutr.,  Norwegian  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Oslo,  Norway]  Salmo  salar. 

95-007577     Brauner,C.J.;K.M.CilmourandS,F.  Perry.  THE  EFFECT  OF  VARYING  VENOUS  BLOOD  OXYGEN 
TENSIONS  ON  THE  INTERACTION  BETWEEN  MOVEMENTS  OF  OXYGEN  AND  CARBON   DIOXIDE  IN  . 
RAINBOW  TROUT.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemhirf,  . 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-  1  J  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physio/.  Zoof.  6B(4)Supp!.Sect.:99.  1  995.  Abstract  = 
only.  FR  40(4)  /  i  J     PP  ^ 

(Dep.  ZooL,  Univ.  British  Columbia,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada)  Oncorhynchus  mykbs. 

95-007578  Bridges,  C.  R.;  ].  Freitag  and  V.  Harder.  INTERMITTENT  VENTILATION  IN  VIVO  AND  IN  SITU  IS 
INTERTIDAL  FISH  -  EFFECTS  ON  CIRCULATION  AND  THE  ROLE  OF  HYPOXIA,  HYPEROXIA  AND 
AIR-BREATHING.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Bi'oc/iernistr, 
Bjrmi'ngnam,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physio/.  Zoo/.  68(4}5upp1.  Sect.:90.  ^995.  Abstrac 

only.  FR  40(4)  Fl 

IZoophysiol.,  Heinrich'Heine  Univ.,  Duesseldorf,  Germany]  B/enniusp/io/isand  Periophthalmodon  hnrhatu 

95-007579  Brown,  Lydia  A.  ANESTHESIA  AND  RESTRAINT.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editv 
p.  79-90-  I993.FR  J0(4) 

jAquacult.  A  Anim.  Health,  Abbotl  tab.,  West  Comeldon,  Salisbury,  England) 

95-OD75BO     Bullis.  Robert  A.  CLINICAL  PATHOLOGY  OF  TEMPERATE  FRESHWATER  AND  ESTUARINf' 
FISHfS.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  232-239.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
(Lab.  Mar.  Anim.  Health,  Mar.  Bfol.  Lab.,  Woods  Hole,  MA]  Data  for  24  species. 

95-007581      Burggren,  Warren  W.,  editor.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  4th  INTERNATIONAL  CONGRESS  Q*  ' 
COMPARATIVE  PHYSIOLOGY  AND  BIOCHEMISTRY,  BIRMINGHAM,  UK,  6-11  AUGUST  1995  Phvslnl  7mf 
68(4)Suppi.  Secl.:M98.  1  995.  FR  40(4)  '       Y 

(Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Nev.,  Box  454004,  Las  Vegas  89154-4004.  tel.702-895-3780;  fax-702-895-4704- 
wnail.-kritteccmail.nevada.eduj  Separatefy  paginated  section  at  back  of  issue.  Selected  paper  flnci 
indexed  in  this  rssue  of  Fisheries  Review. 


95-007582     Burton,  M.  P.  M.  METABOLIC  DEPRESSION  DURING  WINTER  IN  WINTER 
SOME  PHYSrOLOCICAL  CONSEQUENCES  OF  NOT  FEEDING  FOR  50%  OF  THE  YEAR     rees  0 
41/1  Internationa!  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  Aueutt  1VK 
Warren  W.  Burggren  editor.  Physio!.  Zoo!.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:l  24.  1  995.  Abstract  only  FR  40(4) 
SC''  ^"^  Mem0r'al  Un'V  Newfoundland,  St.  John's,  NF,  Canada] 


95-007583  Butler,  D.C.  and  G.  Y.  Oudit.  REDUCTION  IN  CARDIAC  OUTPUT  IS  THE  PRIMARY  MmiAUKtt 
FOR  THE  DEPRESSOR  ACTION  OF  NATRIURETIC  PEPTIDES  (ANP  AND  CNP)  JN  FRKHWATpJ  ^  K 
ANOJILLA  ROS7RATA  LESUEUR.  Proceeds  of  the  4,h  International  Q>n8^SJ^^^S^^ 

^5™s£ 


[Dep.  ZooL,  Univ.  Toronto,  Toronto,  ON,  Canada) 

95-007584  Cahu,  C.  L.  and  J.  L.  Zambonlno  Infante.  EFFECT  OF  THE  MOLECULAR  FORM 
NITROGEN  SUPPLY  IN  SEA  BASS  LARVAE:  RESPONSE  OF  PANCREATIC  ENZYME  ?Am 
PEPTIDASES.fis7J%s/o/.Bfoc/iem.l4(3):209-214.1995  FR  40(4)  L  tr^YMES  AND 


B.P.  70,  29280  Plouzane, 

FR40(4)  40 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-0075B5  Cameron,  Bruce  Andrew,  PHYSIOLOGICAL  AND  BIOCHEMICAL  INVESTIGATION  OF  ANION 
MOVEMENTS  IN  THE  RED  BLOOD  CELLS  OF  A  PRIMITIVE  VERTEBRATE,  THE  SEA  LAMPREY  (PE7ROMYZON 
MARINUS).  M.S.  thesis,  Queen's  Univ.  Kingston  {Canada)  94p.  1994.  From  Masters  Abslr.  Int.  33(2}:482.  1995. 
Order  No.  MAMM90274.  FR  40(4) 

95-007586    Carlson,  R.  E.;  E.  P.  Baker  and  R.  E.  Fuller.  IMMUNOLOCICAL  ASSESSMENT  OF  HYBRID  STRIPED 
BASS  AT  THREE  CULTURE  TEMPERATURES.  Fish  &  'Shellfish  Immunol.  5(5):359-373. 1 995,  FR  40(4) 
{Dep.  Fish.,  Anim.  &  Vet.  Sci.,  Univ.  R.I.,  Kingston  02881  ]  Morons  saxatilis  x  M.  chrysops, 

95-007587    Carpene,  E.;  R.  Serra;  G:  Isani;  O.  Cattani  and  P.  Cortesi.  SEASONAL  VARIATIONS  OF  TRACE 
ELEMENTS  IN  G1LTHEAD  (SPARUS  AURATA)  DURING  THE  GROWING  SEASON.  Proceedings  of  ihe  4th 
International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  August  1995.  Warren 
W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:53. 1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biochem,,  Vet.  Sect,,  Univ.  Bologna,  Bologna,  Italy] 

95-007588  Cataldi,  E.;  P.  Bronzi;  E.  Ciccotli;  P.  Di  Marco;  O.  Di  Santo;  P.  Pucci;  G.  Venturini  and  S.  Calaudella. 
ACCLIMATION  TRIALS  OF  THE  ITALIAN  STURGEON  (ACIPENSER  NACCAR1I)  TO  SALTWATER.  Measures  (or 
Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacullure  '94,' 
Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  |  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21. 
p.  146-147.  1994.FR40(4) 

[Dip.  Biol.,  Univ.  Tor  Vergala,"  Rome,  Italy] 

95-007589  Cerra,  M.  C;  M.  Canonaco;  R.  M.  Facciolo  and  B.  Tola.  THE  EVALUATION  OF  CNP  BINDING 
SITES  IN  THE  HEART  OF  A  TELEOST  AND  AN  ELASMOBRANCH  FISH.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International 
Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-  / 1  August  1 995.  Warren  W.  Burggren, 
editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Scct.:181.  1995.  Abstract  only,  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Cell.  Biol.,  Univ.  Calabria,  Zool.  Stn.  A.  Dohrn,  Napoll,  Italy]  Scyliorhinus stellaris  and  Anguilla  anguillit. 

95-007590  Chang,  Ching-Fong;  Shih-Chleh  Lan  and  Hsln-Ylu  Chou.  GONADAL  HISTOLOGY  AND  PLASMA 
SEX  STEROIDS  DURING  SEX  DIFFERENTIATION  IN  GREY'  MULLET,  MUCH.  CEPHALUS.  I.  Exp.  Zool. 
272(5):395-406,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Aquacull.,  Natl.  Taiwan  Ocean  Univ.,  Keelung,  Taiwan  20224] 

95-007591  Chauvaud,  Laurent;  Jacky  Cosson;  Marc  Suquet  and  Roland  Billard.  SPERM  MOTILITY  IN  TURBOT, 
SCOPH7HALMUS  MAXIMUS:  INITIATION  OF  MOVEMENT  AND  CHANGES  WITH  TIME  OF  SWIMMING 
CHARACTERISTICS.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(4);341-349.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Suquel:  IFREMER,  Lab.  Rech.  Aquacole,  BP  70,  29200  Plouzane,  France] 

95-007592  Chmilevskiy,  D.  A.  EFFECT  OF  REDUCED  TEMPERATURE  ON  OOGENESIS  OF  THE 
MOUTHBROODER,  OREOCHROMIS  MOSSAMBICUS.  2.  EFFECT  ON  FISH  TWENTY-TWO  DAYS  AFTER 
HATCHING.;,  Ichthyol.  35(1}:72-80. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Biol.  Insl,,  St.  Petersburg  Univ.,  Staryy  Petergof,  St.  Petersburg,  Russia] 

95-007593     Christiansen,  R,;  ],  Glette;  O.  Lie;  O. ).  Torrissen  and  R.  Waagbo.  ANTIOXIDANT  STATUS  AND 
IMMUNITY  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON,  SAIMO  SALAR  L.,  FED  SEMI-PURIFIED  DIETS  WITH  AND  WITHOUT 
ASTAXANTHIN  SUPPLEMENTATION.  /.  Fish  DIs.  1 8(4}:3 1 7-320.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Matre  Aquacull.  Res.  Sin.,  N-5 1 98  Matredal,  Norway] 

95-007594  Chu,  Fu-Lin  E,  and  Sureyya  Ozklzllclk,  LIPID  AND  FATTY  ACID  COMPOSITION  OF  STRIPED  BASS 
(MORONE  SAXATILIS)  LARVAE  DURING  DEVELOPMENT.  Comp.  Btochem,  Physiol.  B  Biochem.  Mol.  Biol. 
1 11  (4):665-674.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(School  Mar.  Sci.,  Va,  Insl.  Mar.  Sci.,  Coll.  William  &  Mary,  Gloucester  Point  23062.  tel:804-642-7349; 
fax:Q04-642-7186] 

95-007595     Chung,  K.  S.  THERMAL  ACCLIMATION  RATE  OF  THE  TROPICAL  LONG-WHISKERED  CATFISH 
PIMELODELIA  CHAGRESnO  HIGH  TEMPERATURE.  Caribb.  /.  Set  31(1-2):154-156. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Oceanogr.  Venezuela,  Univ.  Orlente,  Nucleo  de  Sucre,  Cumana  6101,  Venezuela) 

95-007596  Cockram,  C.  S.;  S.  K.  S.  Ho;  S.  Q.  Zhu  and  J.  D.  Young.  INSULIN  BINDING  AND  INTERNALIZATION 
IN  HAGFISH  RED  BLOOD  CELLS.  Cen.  Comp.  Endocrinol,  99(3};258-264. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Med.,  Chinese  Univ.  Hong  Kong,  Sliatln,  New  Territories,  Hong  Kong]  Eptatretus  slouti. 

95-007597  Collazos,  M.  E.;  C.  Barriga  and  E.  Ortega.  SEASONAL  CHANGES  IN  PHAGOCYT1C  CAPACITY 
AND  SUPEROXIDE  ANION  PRODUCTION  OF  BLOOD  PHAGOCYTES  FROM  TENCH  (TINCA  TINCA,  L.).  /. 
Comp,  Physiol.  B  Biochem.  Syst.  Environ.  Physiol.  1 65(1  ):71  -76.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Ortega:  Dep.  Flsiol.  (Anim.),  Fac.  Gene,  Univ.  Extrernadura,  Avda.  Elvas,  s/n,  E-06071  Bndajoz,  Sp-iinl 

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TD*i?ieo98  Co!morgen,  Michael  and  Rudiger  J.  Paul.  IMAGING  OF  PHYSIOLOGICAL  FUNCTIONS  IN 
Inn?*  *  ,™  ANIMALS  (ACONUS  CATAPHRACTUS,  DAPHNIA  MAGNA,  PHOLCUS  PHALANGIQIDES)  BY 
;  TE?^  CROSCOPY  AND  D|GITAL  IMAGE  PROCESSING.  Comp.  Biochem.  Physiol.  A  Physiol 
1 1 1(4):583-595.  1995.  FR  40(4) 


.  i  JSi?,8?™1  Z,0°PhYsio1-  Weslfalische  Wilhelms  Univ.,  Hindenburgplatz  55,  48143  Munsler,  Germany. 
lel:<0)251  833851;  (ax:(0)251  833876] 


cT^,^6^  Howard  Krum;  George  Tzinas;  Paula  Sylvia;  Sebastian  Belle  and  Les  Kaufman.  A 
«u  *  ™  °F  CL1NICAL  TECHNIQUES  UTILIZED  WITH  BLUEFIN  TUNA  (THUNNUS  JHYNNUS 
LINNAEUS);  A  COMPARISON  OF  SOME  CAPTIVE  AND  WILD  CAUGHT  BLOOD  PARAMETERS.  Ptac.  tot 
Assoc.  Aquat.  Arum.  Med.  Vol.  25.  p.  26-36.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[New  England  Aquarium,  Vet.  Serv./Anim.  Care  Lab.,  Central  Wharf,  Boston,  MA  02  1  1  0] 

'  V-  A'  Lance  and  P'  Saltman-  PLASMA  ZINC  CONCENTRATIONS  IN  SNAKES 
ZINGBINDINC  PLASMA  PROTEINS.  /.  Zoo/.  (Loud  \ 


La  l0"a  92093'0322I  Pleumnectes  americanus,  Jhunnus  atohmg*. 

,        S"  Abe  and  J'  R  Steffcnsen.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  HYPOXIA  ON  SWIMMING 
NEOTROP!CAL  F'SH  PIAKAOUS  MESOPOJAMICUS.  Proceedings  of  the  4tl> 
~  P8™^  PW°1°8f  and  Biochemis.r/,  B/mi/ngham,  UK,  6-  1  1  Augusi  J  395.  Warrcr, 

In5r7  '   .    UMPcH-  Z^°'-  68<4>SuPP'-  S«l.:54.  1995.  Abstrac!  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  ZoQl.,UNESP,  Rio  Claro,  Brazil] 


«,    -  i  EM'  P/1Xi'°'-  2°°'-  6fl(''):539-566.  1  995,  FR  40(4) 

PhvHol,  Unrv.  Adebioc,  Adelaide,  S.A.  5005,  Australia]  Data  for  eight  species. 


H'  Skinner-THE  COMPOSITION  AND  FUNCTION  O 

l      n      A        ,  LADDER-  P/I^°'-  Zoof  6?(5):1  23°-1  256.  1  994.  FR 

l.  Untv.  Adelaide,  Adelaide,  S.A.  5005,  Australia]  Caws/us  aurattn. 


nKe  3nd  JflnWil!em  van  de  WaL  MUSCLE  FIBERS  IN  ROSTR.A 

atB'Sinlif'  Lab'  Dl'V'  £nVir°a  ^  EVOL  B'°'"  Sch'  Bi°'-  A  Med-  Sci"  Univ"  Sl  Andre^'  St-  Andrews,  rife  KY1I 

9Aei 


TO  SERVE  HYPOXIA  IN  THE 


6fl(4)Supp).  Sec,,121.  199     Abson     FR  40 
|Dep.  Aquacult.,  Natl.  Ins!.  Res.  Amazon,  Amazonas,  Brazil) 


rv. 

TEMPERATURES  IN  COMMON  CARP  (OTWWU5  Spmi  ftSS,u  ?,KD'F/^ENT  SAL1NIT'ES  AND 
fivroMiV*  my™/Dgy  anrf  B^tein^-  Kj/S  S''(JK±?  ?J£fi  J?  /nte™'*»«»'  Conye*  Of 
•s/oAZoo/.  68(4)Suppl.Sec.,t76.  1995  Abs.raTol'  FR40(4  *  '  ^^  W  B^ren'  «*»'• 

[Dep.  Bio.1,  Univ.  Antwerp  (RUCA),  B-2020  Antwerp,  Belgium] 


M 

TEMPERATURES  IN  COMMON  CARP  (CVPWwS  SSS  SSSn«  Si,?SE?ENT  SALINITIES  AND 
Compa^ve  P^,/otogy  and  Biochemistry,  SimmJ^K^^  ?Si,  Jl  /me™"°™'  Cong«.«  of 
PV(o/.Zoo/.6a(4)Suppl.Sect,:r72.  1995\  Abstraclonly  FR  40(4)  ^  W  fll"B8«a  erfftw. 

|Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Antwerp  (RUCA),  B-2020  Antwerp,  Belgium] 


FR  40(4)  42 

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PHYSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95.007610  Dennis,  P.  M.;  R.  S.  Bakal;  L  Khoo;  D.  H.  Gebhard  and  M.  K.  Stoskopf.  BLOOD  VOLUME 
MEASUREMENTS  IN  HYBRID  STRIPED  BASS,  RED  PACU,  AND  CHANNEL  CATFISH.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat. 
Anim,  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  20.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[N.C.  State  Univ.,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  4700  Hillsborough  St.,  Raleigh  27606]  Morone  saxatilis,  Co/ossoma,  and 
Ictslurus  punctatus. 

95-00761 1  DeVries,  A.  L.  INHIBITION  OF  FREEZING  BY  ANTIFREEZE  PROTEINS,  Cryobio/ogy  27(G|;647. 
1 990.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

Pteuronecles  quadrituberculatus  and  P.  americanus. 

95-00761 2  Donaldson,  E.  M,;  H.  M.  Dye;  ].  Smith;  M.  Stratholt;  P.  Swanson  and  A.  Tandler.  THE  ENDOCRINE 
STRESS  RESPONSE  IN  SALMONIDS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology 
and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo!.  6B(4)Suppl, 
Sect.:173.  1995.  Abstract  only,  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  Fish.  &  Oceans,  West  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada]  Oncorhynchus. 

95-00761 3     Douglas,  R,  H.;  J.  C.  Partridge  and  A,  J.  Hope.  VISUAL  AND  LENTICULAR  PIGMENTS  IN  THE  EYES 
Or  DEMERSAL  DEEP-SEA  FISHES  J.  Comp.  Physio/.  A  Sens.  Neural  Behav.  Physiol.  1 77(1  ):1 1 1-1 22, 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
(Appl.  Vision  Res.  Cent.,  Dep.  Optometry  &  Visual  Sci.,  City  Univ.,  31 1-321  Gosvvell  Rd,,  London  EC1 V  7DD, 
England]  Data  for  52  species  in  the  northeastern  Atlantic  Ocean, 

95-007614     Douirin,  C.;  B.  Fauconneau;  ].  L.  Vallet  and  P.  Haffray.  [INDIRECT  EVALUATION  OF  THE  LIPID 
CONTENT  OF  FILETS  FROM  RAINBOW  TROUT,]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at 
the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  F. 
Sevila,  compilers.  Eur,  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  2 1 .  p.  1 48.  1 994.  In  French,  FR  40(4) 
(SYSAAF,  65,  rue  St.  Bricuc,  35042  Rennes,  France]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-007615     Edstrom,  Anders.  VENOMOUS  AND  POISONOUS  ANIMALS.  Kriegcr  Publ.  Co.  [224p.]  1992. 
Available  at  $31.50  (cloth;  ISBN  0-89464-627-3}  from  Krieger  Publ,  Co.,  P.O.  Box  9542,  Melbourne,  FL 
32902-9542.  tel;407-724-9542.  FR  40(4) 
Data  for  18  species. 

95-007616  Egginton,  S.  and  S.  Cordiner.  EFFECT  OF  FIXATION  PROTOCOLS  ON  MUSCLE  PRESERVATION 
AND  IN  SITU  DIFFUSION  DISTANCES.  /.  Fish  Biol.  47(1  ):59-69.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Physiol.,  Univ.  Birmingham,  Med.  School,  Edgbaston,  Birmingham  B1 5  2TT,  England] 

95-007617  Egginton,  S.  LACK  OF  CATECHOLAMINE  RELEASE  DURING  THE  STRESS  RESPONSE  OF 
ANTARCTIC  TELEOSTS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor,  Physiol.  Zoo/.  6B(4)Suppl.  Secl.;93. 
1 995.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Physiol.,  Univ.  Birmingham  Med.  Sch.,  Birmingham  B15  2TT,  England]  Nolothenia  coriiceps  and 
Chaercocepria/us  aceralus. 

95-007618  Eilertson,  Carmen  D,;  Jeffrey  D.  Kltlilson  and  Mark  A.  Sheridan.  EFFECTS  OF  INSULIN, 
CLUCAGON,  AND  SOMATOSTATIN  ON  THE  RELEASE  OF  SOMATOSTATIN-25  AND  SOMATOSTATIN-14 
FROM  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS,  PANCREATIC  ISLETS  IN  VI7RO.  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrinol. 
99(2):21 1-220.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Anal.  &  Cell  Biol.,  Emory  Univ.  School  Med.,  Atlanta,  GA  30322] 

95-007619  Elliott,  ].  M.  and  ).  A.  Elliott.  THE  CRITICAL  THERMAL  LIMITS  FOR  THE  BULLHEAD,  COTTUS 
COBIO,  FROM  THREE  POPULATIONS  IN  NORTH-WEST  ENGLAND,  freshwater  Biol.  33(3):41 1-418.  1995. 
FR40I4) 

[MERC  Inst,  Freshwater  Ecol.,  Windermere  Lab,,  Far  Sawrey,  Ambleslde,  Cumbria  LA22  OLP,  England] 

95-007620  Fabbri,  E.;  A.  Cambarolta  and  T.  W.  Moon.  ADRENERGIC  SIGNALING  AND  SECOND 
MESSENGER  PRODUCTION  IN  HEPATOCYTES  OF  TWO  FISH  SPECIES.  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrinol. 
99(1):114-124.1995.FR40(4) 

[Moon:  Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Ottawa,  P.O.  Box  450,  Stn,  A.,  Ottawa,  ON,  Canada  K1 N  6N5.  fax:613-562-5486; 
e-mail;tmoon@oreo.chem.uoltawa.ca|  Anguilla  rostrata  and  Amelums  me/as. 

95-007621     Fausa  Pettersen,  E,;  C.  Endresen  and  H.  I.  Wergeland.  IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL  ANALYSIS  OF 
SALMON  LYMPHOID  TISSUES  AND  ISOLATED  LEUKOCYTES  USING  MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES, 
/nternati'ona/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-01. 1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish.  &  Mar.  Biol,,  Univ.  Bergen,  Bergen,  Norway] 

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?M^?7*Tr  n  Fernanties,  M.  N.;  |.  R.  Sanches  and  F.  T.  Rantin.  EFFECT  OF  LONG  AND  SHORT-TERM  CHANGES 
Tiff  BDC*  TEMPERATURE  ON  THE  CARDIAC  AND  RESPIRATORY  RESPONSES  TO  HYPOXIA  OF  TH! 
AiX-ttKtATHING  FISH,  HYPOSTOMUS  REGAN/,  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  ofComparafa 
Biology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Buigeren,  editor.  Physio!.  2otf 
68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:65.  1995.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Physiol.  Sci.,  Fed.  Univ.  Sao  Carlos,  Sao  Carlos,  SP,  Brazil] 

n5pnJS?iJrtr,Rnn'  Rl  N"'  ''  RonneslaiJ  a"d  H.  |.  Fyhn.  RESPIRATION,  NITROGEN  AND  ENERGY  METABOLISM 
ur  utvtLUPINC  YOLK-SAC  LARVAE  OF  ATLANTIC  HALIBUT  (HIPPQCLOSSUS  HIPPOCLOSSUS  L).  ComjL 
ttochwn.  Physioi.  A  Physio!.  1  1  1(4):647-671.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Zool.  Inst.,  Univ.  Bergen,  Allegt.  41,  N-S007  Bergen,  Norway.  tel:(47)  55  213595;  fax:(47)  55  32911  1  1 

mnrMMrf!°&\L  °';  P'  Keslemont;  J-  c-  M'<:ha  and  C.  Melard.  SOME  PHYSIOLOGICAL  AND 
plmMi^i™  £!ARACTERI5TICSOF  PERCH  <P£RCA  FWVIAWS)  DEVELOPMENT  IN  A  FERTILIZED  POMD. 
rMLiMirvAKY  RESULTS.  Measures  (or  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  InternatlonA 
F°  A  «°rdeau*  Aquacu/ture  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Mulr  and  F.  Sevila,  compiled 

tur.  Aquacull.  Soc.  Spec  Pufal.  No.  21.  p.  1  50-151  .  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Unite  Ecol.  Eaux  Douces,  Fac.  Univ.  N.D.  Paix,  61  rue  Bruxelles,  B-5000  Namur,  Belgium] 

r/^iB;^1l!ier:  S'  BerS™nn  and  U.  Grunwald.  CHARAaERISATION  OF  MONOCLONAI 
1NST  WONONUCLEAR  CELLS  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MVKI5S 
n"?  °nu  2Uf  !/C  :JAnlmal  Heahh:  Pro&ram  a"d  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  WashingW 
er  4-8,  T994.  Rona/d  P.  Hedricfc  anrJ/ames  R.  Wimon,  organizers,  p.  W-3.4.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
|i-ecl.  Res.  Cenl.  Virus  Dls.  Anin,.,  Friedrkh-Loeffler-lnsl.,  Insel  Riems,  Germany] 

FOUin  F6nF?SriIl'T^m  5!J?  Wil'iam  F'  He"ler-  TEMpERATURE  INFLUENCE  ON  POSTOVUIJ\TOR 
Sl^S^l^'0^  FA^IC  "ENHADEN,  BKVOORl,*  TYRANNUS.  U.S.  Nat,.  Ma,  Hsh.  5« 

[Southeast  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  NMFS,  NOAA,  3500  Delwood  Beach  Rd.,  Panama  City,  FL  32407-7403] 

and  S.  E.  Wendelaar 

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STEROIDS,  fish  Phpiol.  Biochem.  14(3):23  7  ?46  '  I99S  ^  FR/0(J)     T°FP°STOVUUTORY  FOLL|CLCS  AND 
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1995 


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95-007633  Frolov,  S.  V.  NUCLEOLUS  ORGANIZER  REGIONS  AS  A  MARKER  OF  ONCORHYNCHUS  MASOU 
(BREVOORT)  MASU  SALMON  POPULATIONS,  Russ.  /.  Genet.  (Ertgl.  Trans/.  Cenetiks)  31(6):71 2-716.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Mar.  Biol,,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Far  East  Div.,  Vladivostok,  690041  Russia] 

95-007634     Fujieda,  Shigeru;  Takashi  Ishino;  Hajime  Niina;  Yasuhisa  Malsuno;  Yuichi  Yamanaka  and  Yong-jin 
Chung.  [MEASUREMENT  OF  AUDITORY  THRESHOLDS  OF  THE  TILAPIA  TILAPIA  NILO7ICUS.]  Nippon  Suisan 
Cakkafsni61(3):320-325.  1995.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Fac.  Fish.,  Kagoshima  Univ.,  Kagoshima  890,  Japan] 

95-007635  Fujimoto,  M.  and  K,  Maekawa,  ELECTRICAL  ACTIVITY  IN  OLFACTORY  BULB  OF  BITTERLINGS 
INDUCED  BY  BIVALVE  ODORS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physioi.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:145. 1995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Fac.  Sci.,  Shimane  Univ.,  Shimane,  Japan]  Rhodeus  ocellatus  ocellatus, 

95-007636  Fukazawa,  Yugo;  Kimmakone  Siharath;  Taisen  Iguclii  and  Howard  A.  Bern.  IN  V7TRO  SECRETION 
OF  INSULIN-LIKE  GROWTH  FACTOR-BINDING  PROTEINS  FROM  LIVER  OF  STRIPED  BASS,  MORONF. 
SAXATJUS,  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrine/.  99(2):239-247.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Grad.  School  Integrated  Sci.,  Yokohama  City  Univ.,  22-2  Seto,  Kanazawa-ku,  Yokohama  236,  Japan] 

95-007637  Gamperl,  A.  K.;  M.  M.  Vijayan  and  R.  G.  Boutilier.  EXPERIMENTAL  CONTROL  OF  STRESS 
HORMONE  LEVELS  IN  FISHES:  TECHNIQUES  AND  APPLICATIONS.  Rev.  Fish  Biol.  Fish.  4(2):215-255.  1994. 
FR  40(4)  ' 

|Dep.  Bio!.  Sci.,  Simon  Eraser  Univ.,  Burnaby,  BC,  Canada  V5A  1S6] 

95-007638  Celsleichter,  James  J.;  John  A.  Musick  and  Peter  Van  Veld.  PROTEOGLYCANS  FROM  THE 
VERTEBRAL  CARTILAGE  OF  THE  CLEARNOSE  SKATE,  RAIA  F.GIANTERIA:  INHIBITION  OF  HYDROXYAPATITE 
FORMATION.  Fish  Physiot.  Biochem.  14(3):247-251.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll.  William  &  Mary,  School  Mar.  Sci.,  Va.  Ins!.  Mar.  Sci.,  Gloucester  Poin!  23062) 

95-007639  Gong,  Bang  Q.  and  Anthony  P.  Farrell.  A  METHOD  OF  CULTURING  CORONARY  ARTERY 
EXPLANTS  FOR  MEASURING  VASCULAR  SMOOTH  MUSCLE  PROLIFERATION  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT.  Can. 
/.Zoo/.  73(4):623-631.  1995.  In  English  wilh  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Simon  FraserUniv.,  Burnaby,  BC,  Canada  V5A  1S6]  Oncorhynchns  myktss. 

95-007640  Goryczko,  Krzysztof;  Krzysztof  Bieniarz;  Stefan  Dobosz  and  Joanna  Grudniewska.  THE  EFFECTS 
OF  17-BETA  ESTRADIOL  ON  RAINBOW  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKtSS  WALB.).  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol. 
3B(2):303-309.  1991.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-007641  Graham,  Jeffrey  B.;  N,  C.  Lai;  David  Chiller  and  John  L.  Roberls.  THE  TRANSITION  TO  AIR 
BREATHING  IN  FISHES:  V.  COMPARATIVE  ASPECTS  OF  CARDIORESPIRATORY  REGULATION  IN 
SVNBRANCHUS  MARMORAJUS  AND  MONOPTERUS  ALBUS  (SYNBRANCHIDAE).  I.  Exp.  Biol. 
198(7):  1 455-1467.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Mar.  Biotechnol,  &  Biomed,  &  Mar.  Biol.  Res.  Div.,  Scripps  Inst.  Oceanogr.,  Univ.  Calif.  (  San  Diego), 
La  Jolla  92093-0204] 

95-007642  Grillner.  S.  THE  NEURAL  NETWORK  COORDINATING  LOCOMOTION  IN  THE  LAMPREY  - 
FROM  ION  CHANNELS  TO  BEHAVIOUR.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative 
Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  5-11  August  7995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/. 
68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:25-33.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

{Nobel  Inst.  Neurophysiol.,  Dep.  Neuroscl.,  Karollnska  Inst.,  Stockholm,  Sweden]  Pelromyzon  marinus. 

95-007643  Groman,  D.  B.;  J.  Pye-MacSwain  and  L.  Rostant.  COMPLICATION  OF  LONG-TERM 
CANNULATION  OF  THE  DORSAL  AORTA  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON.  /nternaf/ona/ Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrickand 
tames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-Q9. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dap.  Pathol.  &  Microbiol.,  All.  Vet.  Coll.,  Univ.  Prince  Edward  Island,  Charlottetown,  PI,  Canada  CIA  4P3] 
Salmo  safer. 

95-007644  Guderley,  Helga  E.  PHYSIOLOGICAL  ECOLOGY  AND  EVOLUTION  OF  THE  THREESPINE 
STICKLEBACK.  In:  The  Evolutionary  Biology  of  the  Jhreespine  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Bell  and  Susan  A.  Foster, 
editors,  p,  85-1 1 3.  1 994,  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Laval,  Ste.  Foy,  PQ,  Canada  Gl  K  7P4]  Casferosteus  aculealus. 

95-007645  Hall,  C.;  C.  Bell  and  R.  Zellck.  BEHAVIORAL  EVIDENCE  OF  A  LATENCY  CODE  FOR  STIMULUS 
INTENSITY  IN  MORMYRID  ELECTRIC  FISH.  /.  Comp.  Physiol.  A  Sens.  Neural  Behav.  Physiol.  1 77(1  ):29-39. 1 995. 
FR  40[4) 

[Zelick:  Portland  State  Univ.,  Dep.  Biol.,  P.O.  Box  751,  Portland,  OR  97207-0751  ]  Cnar/ionemus  pelersi. 

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Sn^  Nagai;  Norihisa  Kai;  Yasuhiro  Tanoue;  Hideo  Mae;  M«*N 

FISH.  Fish.  Sc^ClSs.  7V520  ! 995 ^R  40(4)"'  "  °  ****'  'NORGANIC  CONSTITUENTS  OF  BONEOT 

specie?  F°Dd  SC''  &  TeChn°'"  Natl-  Fish-  Univ-  Nagata-HonmachI,  Shimonoseki  759-65,  Japan]  Data  (or  15 


SAlS^uToM^ 

FATTY  ACIDS  AND  VITAMIN  E  fin  L  ^     T,ICAI'°N'  DIETARY  LEVELS  OF  "^  POLYUNSATU  RATED 

n«L  Nutr,  P.O.  Bo^^S  N  50oTBetn  No^  "  "***  '  '  "4):547-554-  '"5-  FR  ^ 
CHLORID8EcVfANN£LS' 


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[Dep.  Physiol.,  McCifl  Univ.,  Montreal,"  PQ,  Canada^'  ^  ^  ^  4°|4> 
95-007649      Hansen       H      I      M        u 

PHOSPHATlDYLETHAN'oWMINEASAPllTATiyF^M^-rr^  P'  R°senkilde.  FORMATION  OF 
CHLORIDE  CEIL  IN  WO  P/oce«Kn«  .nJ  ,,^NG'TERM  REGULATOR  OF  ION  TRANSPORT  BY  THE 
^emHUy.fi/fmingham.L/^fi-JMuwJiiqVwl  '^f"9"0^/  Congress  o^  Compaiat/re  P/iys/otogy  a/vd 
1  99  5.  Abstract  o  nly  FR  ^[4)  §  "5'  WaTCn  W'  Bur^n,  editor.  Physio!.  Zool.  6S(4)Suppl.  SKI:  1  7ft. 

[Riso  Nad.  Lab.,  Roskitde,  Denma,k]  AnguiHa  anguilla. 

THE  PHOTORESPONSE  OF  TLIRBOT 
KNPS  °R  CONSTANT  US'"- 

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1995 


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95-007658  Hernandez,  Martha;  Toshio  Takeuchi  and  Takeshi  Watanabe.  EFFECT  OF  DIETARY  ENERGY 
SOURCES  ON  THE  UTILIZATION  OF  PROTEIN  BY  COiO55OMA  MACROPOMUM  FINGERLINCS  Fish  Sci 
fi>1(3):507-51 1.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Takeuchi:  Dep.  Aquat,  Biosci.,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,  Minato,  Tokyo  108,  Japan] 

95-007659     Hirano,  T.;  T.  Sakamoto;  E.  G.  Grau;  R.  S.  Nishioka  and  H.  A.  Bern,  ROLES  OF  GROWTH 
HORMONE  AND  RELATED  PEPTIDES  IN  TELEOST  OSMOREGULATION.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International 
Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  August  1 995.  Warren  W.  Burggren 
editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl,  Sect.:1 69,  1 995.  Abstracl  only.  FR  40(4} 
(Ocean  Res.  Inst..  Univ.  Tokyo,  Tokyo,  ]apan|  Jilapsa  mossambica. 

95-007660  Hofer,  Rudolf  and  Gunler  Kock.  METI-IOD  FOR  QUANTITATIVE  DETERMINATION  OF 
DIGESTIVE  ENZYMES  IN  FISH  LARVAE.  Development,  Growth  and  Rearing  of  Fish  Larvae  in  Relation  of  Changing 
the  Environmental  Demands:  Based  on  a  Workshop  at  the  Vlih  Congress  of  European  Ichthyologists,  Budapest 
Hungary,  15-19  August  1988.  Ian  W.  M.  Osse,  Fritz  Schiemer,  and  Malgorzata  Sztaminska,  editors.  Pol,  Arch 
Hydrobiot.  36(4):439-441. 1989.  In  English  with  German  summ.  FR  40(4) 
Rutilus  rutilus  and  Coregonus. 

95-007661  Hole,  G.  and  K.  Hitman.  BEHAVIOUR,  GROWTH  AND  SURVIVAL  OF  YOUNG  JUVENILE 
HALIBUT  (HIPPOGLOSSUS  HIPPOGLOSSUS  L)  UNDER  DIFFERENT  LIGHT  AND  TEMPERATURE 
CONDITIONS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference 
•Bordeaux  Aquacutture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  ]  994. 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers  Eur  Aquacult 
Soc.  Spec.Pubt.  No.  21.  p.  83-84.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep,  Fish.  &  Mar.  Biol.,  Univ.  Bergen,  N-5020  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-007662     Honeycutt,  M.  E.;  V.  A.  McFarland  and  D.  D.  McCant.  COMPARISON  OF  THREE  LIPID 
EXTRACTION  METHODS  FOR  FISH.  Buff.  Environ.  Conlam.  Toxicol.  55(3):469-472.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[U.S.  Army  Eng.  Waterways  Exp.  Sin.,  3909  Halls  Ferry  Rd.,  Vicksburg,  MS  391 80] 

95-007663  Hong,  Jeong-Hwa;  Sun-Yup  Shim  and  Dae-Seok  Byun.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  PARTIALLY 
PURIFIED  LIPOXYGENASE  OF  MACKEREL  GILL.  Bull,  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  27{6):704-71 1.  1994.  In  English  with 
Korean  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Food  Sci.  &  Nutr.,  Inje  Univ.,  Krmhae  621-749,  Korea] 

95-007664  Horn,  Michael  H.;  Kristin  f.  Mallhiot;  Michael  B.  Fris  and  Lon  L.  McClanahan  GROWTH 
CONSUMPTION,  ASSIMILATION  AND  EXCRETION  IN  THE  MARINE  HERBIVOROUS  FISH  CEBIDICHTHYS 
WOMCFUS(GIRARD)  FED  NATURAL  AND  HIGH  PROTEIN  DIETS./,  Exp.  Mar.  Biol.  Ecol.  190(1  ):97-10fl  1995 
FR40(4) 

(Lopez  High  Sch.,  Arroyo  Grande,  CA  93420) 

95-007665  Horney,  Barbara.  CLINICAL  PATHOLOGY  OF  COLD-WATER  MARINE  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine 
Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  685-687.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Atl.  Vet.  Coll,,  Dep,  Pathol.,  Univ.  Prince  Edward  Island,  Charlottetown,  PI,  Canada] 

95-007666  Houlihan,  D.  F.;  B.  H.  Pedersen;  ].  P.  Steffensen  and  J.  Brechin.  PROTEIN  SYNTHESIS,  GROWTH 
AND  ENERGETICS  IN  LARVAL  HERRING  (CLUPEA  HARENGUS)  AT  DIFFERENT  FEEDING  REGIMES.  Fish  Physiol 
Biochem.  1 4(3):1 95-208.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Aberdeen  AB9  2TN,  Scotland] 

95-007667  Houston,  Arthur  H.  and  Ajrnal  Murad.  ERYTHRODYNAMICS  IN  FISH:  RECOVERY  OF  THE 
GOLDFISH  CARASSIUS  AURA7US  FROM  ACUTE  ANEMIA.  Can.  /.  Zoo/.  73(3}:41 1-418.  1995.  In  English  with 
French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Brock  Univ,,  St.  Catharines,  ON,  Canada  1.2S  3A1 1 

95-007668  Hrubec,  T.  C;  S.  A.  Smith;  ].  L.  Robertson;  H.  P.  Vclt  and  G.  Libey.  A  COMPARISON  OF  THE 
HEMATOLOGIC  REFERENCE  INTERVALS  FOR  CULTURED  HYBRID  STRIPED  BASS.  International  Symposium 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994 
RonaW  P.  Hedrkk  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-85. 1 994.  FR  40(4} 

(Dep.  Pathoblol.,  Va.-Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061  ]  Morane  saxatilis. 

95-007669  Hulova,  I,;  J.  Barthova;  G.  Entllcher;  L.  Maletinska;  T.  Garth;  P.  Hrbas;  I.  Hamackova  and  ].  Kouril 
THE  FPLC  OF  SOLUBLE  PROTEINS  FROM  DEHYDRATED  CARP  HYPOPHYSIS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts 
of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacull.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  156-157. 1994.  FR  40(4} 
|Dep.  Biochern,,  Fac.  Sci.,  Charles  Univ.,  128  40  Praha  2,  Czech  Republic) 

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?SXf°K  p'ig°LR;  R  Tathtai  F' ]'  Sa"chez-VaZquez;  A.  Hattori;  M.  Hara;  R.  Ohtani-Kaneko;  H.  Takahashi; 
P^rS;«  nf  i  !rW|?,a  ' A  COMPARATIVE  STUDY  OF  OCULAR  MELATONIN  RHYTHMS  IN  FISH. 

^eedngson/K  ""> ;nlemaHona/  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-li 

I9J5.  Warren  w.  Burggren,  editor.  PhjaW.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:146.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR40(4) 

•".  Anat.,  SI.  Mananna  Univ.  Sch.  Med.,  Japan]  Data  for  1 6  species. 


TH?  R^  ATif  nT«  T^^^J'  FukuL  MULT'MOLECULAR  FORMS  OF  PYRUVATE  KINASE  FROM  A  RSK 
nLf^    "OOPTffiU5  SA(MO/D£S:  COMPARISON  WITH  THOSE  OF  THE  RAT  (MAMMALIAN] 

3!Yli,   ^^ 

1  995.  VVa™  VV.  eu,gg,ea  edf,or.  Phys,o,.  Zoo}.  68(4}Suppl.  Sect.:1  25.  1  995.  Abstract  only.  Ffi  40(4) 
[Dcp.  Biodicm.,  Fac.  Sci.,  Okayama  Univ.  Sci.,  Okayama,  Japan] 


ANTARCTIC  FKH^^nTueS^"13  and  C'  Fermi'  STRUCTURE  OF  DEOXYHAEMOCLOBIN  OF  THE 
ROOT  EFFECT  RV  rofcSSSSl,  S^^™  WITH  AN  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  STRUCTURAL  BASIS  OF  THE 
/  Mo?IS  S«%6?Slm  ?RF4T0%UCANDED  AND  UNLICANDED  HAEMOGLOBIN  STRUCTURES. 
[Fermi:  MRC  Lab.  Mol.  BioL,  Hills  Rd.,  Cambridge  CB2  2QH,  England] 

GA^ETOaN^rvri^T^'  ^  ?KBcV-  Su"iVan-  ^PRODUCTION  OF  WHITE  PERCH:  THE  ANNUAL 
•oaMt  UtoENIC  CYCLE.  Trans.  Am.  fish.  Soc  124(4):563-577.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Sulbvan:  Dep.  Zool,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Campus  Box  761  7,  Raleigh  27695]  Morone  amerfcana. 

ON'RAYNVwSRoij^nwr^ 

IB(4)d07.31S  uS  ?FR4S?)  55  (WALBAUM>'  LEUCOCnE  RESPONSES,  /  Fish  Dii 

ISecombes:  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Tillydrone  Ave.,  Abe,deen  AB9  2TN,  Scotland] 


[Dep.  B,o1.  Sci.,  Univ.  Cincinnati,  Cincinnati,  OH  45221-0006|  Mfcraptenis  talmoides. 

iD(So£^ 

gram  and  ^bslrac.s  5heraton  ,  HowM«»/P  LV    h  ?       a'/°nJ/5}''npo"um  o^^^icAnimittHeaHh 

V/nron,  ofganiS  p  *  £5   199?FR  «Sf'  VVai/Mn8(0/t  5e"tem*w  "-fi-  '**<•  ««>^  «  Hedric*  aiK/yama 
[Fish  Cult.  Res,  Imi,  P.O.  Box  47.  Saarv-.w,  Hungary) 


N^u^S^^^ 

?s;ss^x^^ 

(Ftih  (.ull.  Res.  Insr.,  Box  47,  Szarvas  H-5540,  HungaryJ 
^IS^RESBIOOO^^^  OF  BAND.3.MED.ATED  CHLORIDE  TRANSPORT  ,N  FISH 

^  fl«.rte™^,  ZX  SS6:  !?"S  ^  S  f  ^^Ti'r'  c°TSi  °^™/««^K 

SDCI.:D>.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  -I0(-)}  ^  Su'8g/e'1  ef/"Dr-  P/I^'O/'  Zool.  68(4)5Uppl 


and 


OF  3LOOD 

-^------^^^^ 


^ 

37-HO.  1  99^.  In  Korean  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4)  ("WANG-BOK).)  Bull.  Korean  Ftsh.  Soc 

IKORDI,  1270  sadong,  Ansan  425-170,  Seoul,  Korea) 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007682  Jeon,  Joong-Kyun  and  Jae-Myoung  Yoo.  |TOXICITY  OF  PUFFERFISH  IN  KOREA.  2.  TOXICITY  OF 
PUFFERFISH  TAKIFUCU  VERMICULARIS  RADIATUS  (GUKMERI-BOK).]  Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Sac.  28(2}:.14H44. 
1995.  In  Korean  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

JKORDI,  1 270  sadong,Ansan  425-1 70,  Seoul,  Korea) 

95-007683  Jeong,  Dong-Youn;  Dong-Soo  Kim;  Myung-Ja  Lee;  Sang-Rok  Kim;  Dae-Seok  Byun;  Hyun-Dae  Kim 
and  Yeung-Ho  Park.  TOXICITY  OF  SEVERAL  PUFFERS  COLLECTED  AT  A  FISH  MARKET  OF  PUSAN,  KOREA. 
Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Sac.  27(6):682-689.  1994.  In  English  with  Korean  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Nutr.  &  Food  Sd,  Nail.  Fish.  Univ.  Pusan,  Pusan  608-737,  Korea]  lagocep/ia/us  gtoveri,  L  wheeteri, 
Fugu  mbripes  tubripes,  f,  chinensis,  F,  xantnopterus,  F.  radiatus,  and  Boesmafiic/itnys  firmamenlum. 

95-007684  Johnson,  M.  D.  and  D.  ].  St.  Aubin.  TISSUE  DISTRIBUTION  AND  SERUM  LEVELS  OF  SELECTED 
ENZYMES  IN  FIVE  SPECIES  OF  SHARKS:  SPHYRNA  LEWIN1,  PRIONACE  CMUC4,  CARCHARHINUS  TAURUS 
C  PLUMBEUS,  AND  ISURUS  OXYRINCHUS.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  59,  1 995  Abstract 
only.  FR40(4) 

[Soulhampton  Coll.,  Long  Island  Univ.,  Long  Island,  NY] 

95-007685  Johnsson,  M,;  M.  Axelsson;  W.  Davison;  M.  Forster  and  S.  Nilsson.  EFFECTS  OF  PRELOAD  AND 
AFTERLOAD  ON  THE  IN  SITU  PERFUSED  PORTAL  HEART  IN  THE  NEW  ZEALAND  HACFISH,  EPJATREJUS 
CIRRHATUS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  fl/ochemfcfry, 
BJrroing/iam,  UK,  6-H  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/,  68(4)Supnl.  Sect  71  1995 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Coteborg,  Goteborg,  Sweden) 

95-007686  Johnston,  C.  E.  and  ).  G.  Eales.  EFFECTS  OF  ACCLIMATION  AND  ASSAY  TEMPERATURE  ON 
OUTER-  AND  INNER-RING  THYROXINE  AND  3,5,3'-TRIIODO-L-THYRONINE  DEIODINATION  BY  LIVER 
MICROSOMES  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS.  I.  Exp.  Zoo/,  272(6)-426-434  1995 
FR40(4) 

[Dep,  Biol.,  Univ.  Prince  Edward  Island,  Charlottelown,  PI,  Canada,  C1A  4P3] 

95-007687  Jonsson,  Ann-Calhrine.  CO-LOCALIZATION  OF  PEPTIDES  IN  THE  BROCKMANN  BODIES  OF 
THE  COD  {GADUS  MORHUA)  AND  THE  RAINBOW  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS).  Cell  Tissue  Res 
273(3);547-555,  1993.  FR  40(4) 

(Camp.  Neurosci.  Group,  Dep.  Zoophysiol.,  Univ.  Goteborg,  Medicinargatan  18,  S-41390  Goteborg, 
Sweden) 

95-007688    Jurss,  Karl  and  Ralf  Baslrop.  THE  FUNCTION  OF  MITOCHONDRIA-RICH  CELLS  (CHLORIDE 

CELLS)  IN  TELEOST  GILLS.  Rev.  Fish  Blot.  Fish.  5(2):235-255.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Rostock,  Fachberelch  Biol.,  Zool.  hist.,  Univorsilaelsplatz  2,  1 8051  Rostock,  Germany] 

95-007689  Kaczanowskl,  Tania  C.  DIETARY  ESSENTIAL  AMINO  ACIDS  AND  HEAT  INCREMENT  IN 
RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Cue/p/i  (Canada)  62p.  1 994.  From  Masters 
Abstr.  Int.  33(2):488.  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM90670.  FR  40(4) 

95-007690  Kagawa,  Hirohlko;  Shunsuke  Moriyamn  and  Hrroshi  Kawauchl.  IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL 
LOCALIZATION  OF  IGF-I  IN  THE  OVARY  OF  THE  RED  SEABREAM,  PACRUS  MAJOR.  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrinol. 
99(3):307-31 5.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Res.  Inst.  Aquacult.,  Nansei,  Mie  5 16-01,  Japan] 

95-007G91  Kane,  Andrews.;  Robert  W.  Gray  and  Renatc  Relmschuessel.  FISHGUTS:  AN  INTERACTIVE  FISFI 
NECROPSY  AND  HISTOPATHOLOGY  COMPUTER  TRAINING  PROGRAM.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med 
Vol.  25.  p.  62. 1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

(Aqual.  Pathobiol.  Cent.,  Dep.  Pathol.,  Univ.  Md.  Sch.  Med.,  10  S.  Pine  St.,  Baltimore  21202-1192. 
tclr410-706-7230]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss  and  tctalurus  punctaius. 

95-007692  Kaneko,  Yukiko;  Muglko  Igarashi;  Miho  Iwashita;  Kouki  Suzuki;  l-lisao  Kojima;  Shigeru  Kimura  and 
Masahide  Hasobe.  EFFECTS  OF  FISH  AND  CALF  TYPE  I  COLLAGENS  AS  CULTURE  SUBSTRATE  IN  THE 
ADHESION  AND  SPREADING  PROCESS  OF  ESTABLISHED  FISH  CELLS.  In  Vitro  Cell.  &  Dev.  Biol.  •  Anim 
31{3):178-1B2. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Hiisobe:  Dep.  Aqual.  Blosci.,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  4-5-7  Konan,  Minato-ku,  Tokyo,  Japan] 

95-007693     Kang,  Seok-Joong;  Byeong-Dae  Choi;  Yeung-Joon  Choi;  Mal-Gu  Youm  and  Kang-Ho  lee. 
(UTILIZATION  OF  ASCIDIAN  (HALOCYN7HIA  RORETZI)  TUNIC.  5.  FEEDING  EFFECT  OF  ASCIDIAN  TUNIC 
EXTRACTS  ON  LIVER  LIPID  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS.}  Bull.  Korean  Fish   Soc. 
27{5):445-453. 1994.  In  Korean  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Tong-Yeong  Natl.  Fish.  Coll.,  Chungmu  650-160,  Korea] 

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n  3nd  S'  HolmSrcn.  NITRIC  OXIDE  IN  THE  ATLANTIC  COD  (GADUS  MORHUA] 

Q,n««nrn  NVOLVEMENT  IN  ENTERIC  REFLEXES.  FfoceerfAigs  oMfie  «A  JntwnltoJ 

eZ   P/.S  7nn?  ^.«  V"°  T  md  S/Dchem»"y'  B'>m/ngham  U*  6-M  August  J995.  Warren  W.  Burggren 
editor  P/iyao/.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.Sect.:151.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|0ep.  Zoophysiol.,  Goteborg  Univ.,  Coteborg,  Sweden] 

"RH  ANALOGUES  AND  AQUACULTURE.  Res.  Buff.  Panjab  Univ.  Sri. 
|Dep.  Zool.,  Kurukshotra  Univ.,  Kurukshetra-132  119,  India] 

HSw'Vuc'n^M  I1  Balment<  NATIVE  UROTENSINS  STIMULATE  CORTISOL  SECRETION  IN  VIVO 
S      I      FL°UDNDER'  PMT/CHTHV5  FifSUS.  Proceedings  of  ,ne  4th  International  Congress  oi 
t  f  RM  S    8y,acnd  Bl^Jem's"V-  Bfrmfngham,  UK  6-1  1  Augus.  1995.  Warren  W.  Burg^,  cdi'tor. 
/.  68{4JSuppl.  Sect.:198.  1995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Balrnent:  Sch.  Biol.  Sci.,  Umv.  Manchester,  Manchester  M13  9PT,  England] 


FyNANrHAn^-  ^^  H-  LeC  flnd  R'  Yuen'  EFFECTS  OF  STONUSTOXIN  (LETHAL  FACTOR 
FR4ol4t  HORR'DA  VEN°M)  ON  PLATELET  AGGREGATION.  Toxin  33<B):1Q33-t(M1.    1995. 

(Dep.  Biochem.  i.  Pa,hol,  NalL  Univ.  Singapore,  Kent  Ridge,  Singapore  051  1  ] 


ShinByOii-  INDEfENDENT  CONTROL  OF  MELANOPHORES  IN 
?U,RING  BACKGROUND  ADAPTATION  OF  THE  FLATFISH 

2X1      8*,°1  lfie  *h  'mema"'ona'  Congress  of  Comparative  Phyttotosy  «m! 

|Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Grad.  Sch.  Sci.,  Univ.  Tokyo,  Tokyo,  Japan! 

1D.P.  Food  Techno,.,  DLB»i  Tech  K  *""  "'" 


o.5|Dep.  Aqua,.  Biosc,  Tokyo  Univ.  Hsh.,  Konan  4,  Minato,  To.yo  ,08,  Japan.  ,el:3  5463  0555;  fax:3  5-16* 


inf3):36,.367  ,995  FR40(4?  OWCORHVNCHU5  MYKISS.  Comp. 

.  A,™,.  B»d,  ToM  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan  4,  Mina.o,  Tokyo  108,  Japan,  (el:3  5463  0555;  fax:3  5,63 


^^ 

^^ 

nck  andyames  R.  VWntoa  organizers,  p.  W-6  4  1994  FR  404}  ^S/Hn*'wt  5eP^m6er4-S,  J994.  ffon*U 
[U.S.  DCP.  Agri,,  ARS,  Fnh  Di,  *  Parades  Res.  Lab.,  Auburn,  ^  fcl^puHcwm 

IN.  K.  KOI^V  ,„,.  08,  Biol,  Ru!sian  Acad  Sc. 


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95-007706     Knotl,  Kay  L.  DETERMINATION  OF  LIPID  COMPOSITION  IN  JUVENILE  WILD  AND  CULTURED 
FISH.  M.S.  thesis,  Tenn.  Techno!.  Univ.  60p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
Pomoxis  annularis  and  P.  nigromaculatus. 

95-007707  Kondrashev,  S.  L  CHANGEABLE  COLOURED  CORNEAL  LIGHT-FILTERS  IN  THE  FISH  EYE-  NEW 
MODELS  FOR  INTRACELLAR  MOTILITY  STUDIES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative 
Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor  Physiol  Zool 
6S(4)Suppl.  Secl.:46.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Biol.,  Tar  East  Branch  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Vladivostok,  Russia) 

95-007708    Konecki,  John  T,;  Carol  A.  WoodyanclThomas  P.  Quinn.  CRITICAL  THERMALMAXIMAOFCOHO 
SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  KISUTCH)  PRY  UNDER  FIELD  AND  LABORATORY  ACCLIMATION  REGIMES 
Can.  /.  Zoo/.  73{5):993-99G.  1 995.  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Woody:  Sen,  Fish.  WH-10,  Univ,  Wash.,  Seattle  981 95] 

95-007709  Korsmeyer,  K,  E.;  N.  C.  Lai;  H,  Dewar;  T.  Knower;  R.  E.  Shadwick  and  ).  B.  Graham  OXYGEN 
TRANSPORT  AND  CARDIOVASCULAR  RESPONSES  TO  EXERCISE  IN  YELLOWFIN  TUNA  (THUNNUS 
AtBACARES).  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1?  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:55.  1995 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Scripps  Inst.  Oceanogr.,  Univ.  Calif,,  San  Diego,  La  Jolla  92093-0204] 

95-007710    Kosugl,  Ryo;  Hideo  Ohgai;  Hiroko  Ishioka;  Kazuomi  Ouchl;  Akihiko  Hara  and  Shlgeru  Mihara. 

IDEVELOPMENTOF  A  RADIOIMMUNOASSAY  FOR  RED  SEA  BREAM  GROWTH  HORMONE  ]  Nippon  Suisan 

Cafckafrn/61(4}:518-524. 1995.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Biomed.  Res.  Inst.,  Earlh  Chem.  Co.,  Ltd.,  Ako,  Hyogo  678-02,  Japan]  Pagrus  major. 

95-00771 1  Krayushkina,  L.  S.  NEUROPHYSIN-REACTIVE  AND  ACTH-REACTIVE  CELLS  OF  HYPOTHALAMUS 
IN  AOPENSER  57RMTL/5  PALL.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  6fl(4)Suppl 
Secl.:171.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

(St.-Petersburg  State  Univ.,  St.-Petersburg,  Russia] 

95-007712  Krayushkina,  L.  S.  OSMOTIC  REGULATION  IN  BRACKISHWATER  STURGEONS.  Proceedings  of 
the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995, 
Warren  W,  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:171. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[St.-Petersburg  Slate  Univ.,  St.-Petersburg,  Russia]  Adpenser  gueldenstaedti,  A.  stellatus,  and  Huso  huso. 

95-007713  Kumar,  S,  R.  Sanjeev.  STUDIES  ON  SOME  BIOCHEMICAL  CHANGES  DURING  THE  LIFE  CYCLE 
OF  THE  COMMON  CARP  CYPRINUS  CARPIO  LINN.  Mysore  I.  Agric.  Sci.  25(3):399.  1991.  Abstract  only. 
FR  40(4) 

95-007714  Kuz'min,  Ye.  V.  COMPARATIVE  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  FRACTIONAL  COMPOSITION  OF 
SARCOPLASMIC  MUSCLE  PROTEINS  OF  DIFFERENT  REPRESENTATIVES  OF  STURGEONS  (ACIPENSERIDAE) 
/  Ichthyol.  34(9):1 11-1 24.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Insl.  Inland  Waters  Bloi.,  Russian  Acad,  Sci.,  Borok,  Yaroslavl  Oblast,  Russia]  Data  for  10  species. 

95-007715  Lazzarl,  A.  and  M.  Di  Bitetto.  MATURITY  STAGE  DETERMINATION  IN  SERIOLA  DUMERIUI(R\SSQ 
1 810)  USING  OVARY  HISTOLOGY  TECHNIQUES.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented 
at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  Prance,  March  23-25,  1994.  j.  Mulr  and  F. 
Sevlia,  compilers.  Eyr.  Aquacult,  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  158-159. 1994.  PR  40(4) 

[ENEA,  Innovation  Dep.  Biotechnot.  &  Agrlc.  Sect.,  Via  Anguiliarese  301-00060,  Rome,  Italy] 

95-007716  Le  Ball,  P.-Y.;  P.  D.  Niu;  O.  Noel  and  K.  Yao.  GROWTH  HORMONE  RECEPTOR  IN  FISH:  A  SHORT 
REVJEW.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham, 
UK,  6-1)  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physlol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Scct.:16B.  1995.  Abstract  only. 
FR  40(4) 

[Lab,  Physiol.  Poissons,  INRA,  Campus  Beaulieu,  35042  Rennes,  France) 

95-00771 7     LeBlanc;  P,  J.;T.  E.  Gillls;  M.  F.  Cerrits  and  J.  S.  Ballanlyne.  METABOLIC  ORGANIZATION  OF  LIVER 
AND  SOMATIC  MUSCLE  OF  LANDLOCKED  SEA  LAMPREY,  PETROMYZON  MARINUS,  DURING  THE 
SPAWNING  MIGRATION.  Can. }.  Zoo/,  73(5):916-923. 1995.  In  English  with  French  summ,  FR  40(4) 
[Ballantyne:  Dep.  Zool,,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Canada  NIG  2W1J 

95-007718  Lee,  S.  T.  L;  D.  E.  Klme;  T.  M.  Chao;  H.  S.  Urn;  R.  Chou;  T.  J.  Lam  and  C  H.  Tan,  IN  VITRO 
METABOLISM  OF  TESTOSTERONE  BY  GONADS  OF  THE  GROUPER  (EPINEPHELUS  TAUVINA)  BEFORE  AND 

AFTER  SEX  INVERSION  WITH  17a-METHYLTESTOSTERONE.  Cen.  Comp.  Endocrlnol.  99(1):41-49.  1995. 
FR40(4)  ' 

[Tan:  Lab.  Hormone  Res.,  Dep.  Zool,,  Natl.  Univ.  Singapore,  Singapore  051 1| 

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Fim?IprMTArLM^,VS^Min;  '°ns  Yun  Lee  and  Su"8  Burn  Hur.  ESSENTIALITY  OF  DIETARY 
B»il7n  r^E  c  n  9?  AND  DOCOSAHEXAENOIC  ACID  IN  KOREAN  ROCKFISH,  Sf  BASTES  SCHLfGfL 
ir  h  r"i  S  T  V^7'2'726'  1994'  ln  EnSlish  with  Korean  summ.  FR  40(4) 

.  Uiv.,  Nail.  Fish.  Res.  &  Dev.  Agency,  Kijang-up,  Yangsan-gun,  Kyongsangnam-do  626-900,  Korea; 


'^rH;,,H*nC'  Un;  F-  L  Hua"8  and  p-  p-  Hwang.  DISTINCT  TYPES  OF  MITOCHONDRIA-RICH 
MIMFI  .  DW-  ^  A'  0firoCHROM/S  MQSSAMBICUS,  ADAPTED  TO  DIFFERENT  HYPOTON'C 
IIK  f.  i  .  A  ,nBnSr.  4lh  imemational  C™&ess  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Blrmfngfan. 
FR40(4)  g"  "  ^  Burss™>  edilor-  MvM-  Io°l-  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:169.  1995.  Abstract  onr, 

|lnst.  Zool.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  Taipei,  Taiwan] 


RnPHnJS'R]fAamAV,^!J;  leffery  lsely'  A  LIVER  AND  MUSCLE  BIOPSY  TECHNIQUE  KB 
in™  N  ?D        EVAnLVAT'°N  OF  ^GEMOUTH  BASS.  Prog.  FisMMt.  56(4):288-290.  1994.  FR  40(4| 
Ss  S°Ur"  VanboWen  M,  Easlover,  SC  29044]  Microptwus  sa/mo/dei  sa/moWej  and  M.  s 


A.  Stone  and  Nancy  E.  Love.  SURGICAL  MANAGEMENT  OFA 

[Coll.  Vel.  Mcd,  N.C.  Slate  Univ^m  Hillsborough  St.,  Raleigh  27606] 

Jianzhong;  Mao  Shujian  and  Wang  Yiping.  [ADVANCES  IN 
a.  !6|l):83-94. 1995.  In  Chinese.  FR  40(4) 

ulFr^M«ou(T?^lNANCE'PUSMAHORMONECONCENTRATIONS,AK: 
^    _  £"m^RNS  TROUT  (ONCORWCHUS  MYK1SS).  Can. ).  Zoo/.  73(51:826411 

[Dep.  Zoo!.,  Univ.  Briiish  Columbia,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V6T  I  Z4t 
.   „       Bam.  a  .     >slo1-R«Bul,U.RAa^^^^ 


r    i     n  n  i  n 

i.  i.   uean.   I-LCAIDIC   MtlAttULK.   DEPRESSION  ACCOMPANIES   SEASOM 

MtTABOUC  »VPOXIATftoceA^sD0/^eVhT(Sf^  DIVEKSUS  -  IS  IT  INDUCCD  E: 

1 995/Al'!itra'ci  o'Sy.yjoS'  ^  ' AU^' ' ^'5  Wa"en  W'  Bu'SSren,  editor. Physiot.  Zoo/.  68(4)SuppLSecl>': J2J 
[»ep.  Binl.  Sci ,  Univ.  Waikato,  Hamilton,  New  Zealand) 


F'hys:,!,  Univ.  Coll.  london,  London,  England)  Scyfahinus  czniculus 


«  ,,io  saT  Durhmi  Durhjm'  En8iMdi  ^  fa'us  sa/m°  •*•  «•  s^  *-« 

IF-  f^ol  I*.  Dep.  ftltal,  Uni,  CueW>  cte^'oTcan^  "'  W'6'2-  '  ^  "  «» 


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PHYSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007732  MacDougal,  K.  C;  M.  B.  Johnstone  and  K.  G.  Burnett.  MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES  REACTIVE 
WITH  THE  IMMUNOGLOBULIN  HEAVY  CHAIN  IN  SCIAENID  FISHES.  Fish  &  Shellfish  Immunol.  5(5);389-391 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Burnell:  Mar.  fiiomed.  &  Environ.  Sci.,  Med.  Univ.  S,C.,  221  Fort  Johnson  Rd,  Charleston  2941 2]  Sciaenops 
ocellatus  and  data  for  nine  other  species. 

95-007733  Mackenzie,  S.;  J.  Docherty;  G.  Cramb  and  N.  Hazon.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  NaCI  SECRETION 
IN  THE  DOGFISH  RECTAL  GLAND  -  IN  VIVO,  IN  VITRO  AND  MOLECULAR  ASPECTS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th 
International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1}  August  1995.  Warren 
W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  6B(4)Suppl.  Sect.:185.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Sen.  Biot,  &  Med.  Sci.,  Univ.  Si,  Andrews,  Fife  KYI  6  8LB,  Scotland]  Scyliorhinus  caniculus. 

95-007734  Madsen,  S.  S.;  F.  B.  Jensen  and  B.  K.  Larsen.  OSMOREGULATION,  ACID-BASE  BALANCE  AND 
RESPIRATION  IN  WH1TEFISH  (CORECONUS  LAVARETUS)  TRANSFERRED  FROM  FRESH  WATER  TO 
SEAWATER.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1  i  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  G8(4)Suppl.  Sect.:172.  1995 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Jensen:  Inst.  Biol,,  Odense  Univ.,  Odense,  Denmark) 

95-007735  M  anger-Jensen,  A.  and  K.  G.  Waiwood.  THE  EFFECT  OF  LIGHT  EXPOSURE  ON  BUOYANCY  OF 
HALIBUT  EGGS./.  Fish  Biol.  47{1}:18-25,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Res.,  Austevoll  Aquacult.  Res.  Sin,,  N-5392  Storebo,  Norway)  Hippoglossus  hippoglossus. 

95-007736  Marc,  A.  M.;  C.  Quentel;  A.  Severe;  P.  Y.  Le  Bail  and  G.  Boeuf.  CHANGES  IN  SOME 
ENDOCRINOLOGICAL  AND  NON-SPECIFIC  IMMUNOLOGICAL  PARAMETERS  DURING  SEAWATER 
EXPOSURE  IN  THE  BROWN  TROUTJ.  Fish  Biol.  46(6):1 065-1 081.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[CNEVA  Lab.  Palhol,  Anim.  Aquat.,  B.  P.  70,  29280  Plouzane,  Brest,  France]  Salmo  trutta. 

95-007737     March,  Paul  E.  and  Howard  M.  Reisman.  SEASONAL  CHANGES  IN  HEPATOCYTE 
ULTRASTRUCTURE  CORRELATED  WITH  CYCLIC  SYNTHESIS  OF  SECRETORY  PROTEINS  IN  THE  WINTER 
FLOUNDER  (PLE URONECTES  AMERICANUS).  Cell  Tissue  Res.  28(1  }:1 53-1 61.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(Reisman:  Div.  Nat.  Sci.,  Southampton  Coll.  Long  Island  Univ.,  Southampton,  NY  11968) 

95-00773B     Marty,  Gary  D.;  David  E.  Hinton  and  Robert  C.  Summerfelt.  H I STO PATHOLOGY  OF 
SWIMBLADDER  NONINFLATION  IN  WALLEYE  LARVAE;  ROLE  OF  DEVELOPMENT  IN  INFLAMMATION, 
/nrernali'ona/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers.  p.W-20,3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Med.  &  Epidemiol,,  Sch.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Calif.,  Davis  95616]  Stizostedion  vitreiim. 

95-007739  Marty,  Gary  D.;  David  E.  Hinton  and  Joseph  J.  Cech  Jr.  OXYGEN  CONSUMPTION  BY  LARVAL 
JAPANESE  MEDAKA  WITH  INFLATED  OR  UNINFLATED  SWIM  BLADDERS.  Trans,  Am.  Fish.  Soc. 
124(4):623-627.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Anal.,  Physiol,,  &  Cell  Biol.,  Sch.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Calif,,  Davis  95616]  Oryzias  latipes.     • 

95-007740  Malsubara,Takahiro;  Shinji  Adachl;  Shigeho  Ijlri  and  Kohei  Yamauchi.  CHANGE  OF  LIPOVITELl  IN 
DURING  IN  VITRO  OOCYTE  MATURATION  IN  JAPANESE  FLOUNDER  PARALICHTHYS  OLIVACEUS.  Fish.  Sci 
61(3}:478-481.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Resour.  Manage.  Div.,  Hokkaido  Nail.  Fish.  Res.  Inst.,  Katsurakoi,  Kushlro,  Hokkaido  085,  Japan] 

95-007741  Maule,  A.  G.  EFFECTS  OF  STRESS  ON  IMMUNE  FUNCTIONING  IN  TEI.EOSTS.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-6,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  1-3.  1994,  FR  40(4) 

[Natl.  Biol.  Surv.,  Pac.  Northwest  Nat.  Sci.  Cent.,  Columbia  River  Res.  Lab.,  Cook,  WA  98605] 

95-007742  Maximovich,  A,  A.;  L.  M.  Epshlein;  I.  V.  Kalina  and  G.  A.  Borovskaya.  [GONADSTIMULATING 
PROPERTIES  OF  THE  PREPARATIONS  ISOLATED  FROM  SALMON  GONADS.]  Blologiya  Morya  (Vladivostok) 
20(6):452-456.  1994  In  Russian  wilh  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Physiol.,  Inst.  Mar.  Biol.,  Far  Easl  Branch,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Vladivostok  690041,  Russia] 

95-007743    McDonald,  John  K.;  Kathy  Klein  and  Bryan  D.  Noe.  DISTRIBUTION  OF  PEPTIDYL-GLYCINE 
ALPHA-AMIDATING  MONOOXYGENASE  IMMUNOREACTIVITY  IN  THE  BRAIN,  PITUITARY  AND  ISLET 
ORGAN  OF  THE  ANGLERFISH  (LOPHIUS  AMf. RtCANUS).  Cell  Tissue  Res.  280(1):159.1 70.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Noe:  Dep.  Anat.  &  Cell  BroL,  Emory  Univ.  School  Med.,  Atlanta,  GA  30322] 

95-007744  McGeer,  ).  C.  and  F.  B,  Eddy.  FACTORS  AFFECTING  THE  PHYSIOLOGICAL  RESPONSE  TO 
ALKALINE  WATER  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT.  Proceedings  of  the  4(h  International  Congress  of  Comparative 
Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/. 
68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:l  77.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Dundee,  Dundee,. Scotland]  Oncornync/Jt/s  myfciss. 

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™?745     Melon'  '-;  D-  Med'av»"a;  F.  Fernandez  and  I.  V.  Baanante.  NUTRITIONAL  REGULATION  OF  PFK-2 
UbNE  ENZYME  EXPRESSION  IN  LIVER  OF  SPARUS  AURA7A.  Proceedings  of  the  4lh  International  Congress  v 
Comparative  Physiology  and  fiioc/iemislry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  J995.  Warren  W.  Bt/rggren,  edi!o> 
Phys,ol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:l21.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Unit  Biochem.,  Sch.  Pharm.,  Univ.  Barcelona,  Barcelona,  Spain] 


S?!,r!f  ?»  W'"er'  N"  W';  M'  A"  RycVzYn:  T-  B'  s'use;  ].  C.  Luft;  M.  R.  Wilson;  ).  E.  Bly  and  L  W.  Clem,  CHANNtL 
CATFISH  LYMPHOCYTE  CELL  LINES  ASUNIQUETOOLS  FOR  STUDYING  THE  IMMUNE  RESPONSEOF  FISH 
international  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington 
September  4-8,  I  994,  RonaW  P.  Hedrkk  and  lames  R,  Winlon,  organizers,  p,  1-1  .  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Miss.  Med.  Cent.,  Jackson]  fctaftinis  pimctalus. 

Dt™™7,^M'ura'  Takesh';  Cniemi  Miura;  Kohei  Yarnauchi  and  Yoshilaka  Nagahama.  HUMAJi 
«•  ?iX  »M  -  !  n?"IVIN  INDUCES  PROLIFERATION  OF  SPERMATOGONIA  IN  VITRO  IN  THE  JAPANESE 
EELANCUILW  MPON/CA.  Fish.  Sci.  61(3):434-437.  1995  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Biol,  Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan] 


PfS?NT?Ji  r™  ««^S!?£Takashi  Kasusai;  Yoshitaka  Nagahama  and  Kohei  Yamauchi.  ACQUISITION  Of 
1  995  FR  40{4°  ^OTILITY  IN  VI7RQ  IN  JAPANESE  EEL  ANGUILIA  IAPONICA.  Fish.  Sci.  6  1  (3):53>S31 

IDep.  Biol.,  Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan! 


il^in0m  Sal°;  Reiji  Yoshina^  a^  Morihiko  Sakaguchi.  EFFECT  OF  VITAMIN  C 
METABOLISM  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT,  fish.  Sd.  61  (3):501-506.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
OncorhynchS  mykis?          n°1'  ShirrlO[loseki  Univ.  Fish.,  Yoshimi,  Shimonoseki,  Yamaguchi  759-65,  Japari 


n  SFA  MF^M  ^L^^  COMPARATIVE  EFFEOS  OF  MS  222  AND  2-PHENOXYETHANQ 

.  Biochem.  Physiol. 


58U&&4; 


D&&4  faxl''  **'  ^"^  "™'  Aulonoma  Bdlalerra'  °8193  Bellaterra,  Barcelona,  Spain,  td  (1 
,-  T.ISSV5.  AND  WHOLE  FISH  METABOLIC  EFFECTS  OF  CATECHOLAMINIi 


. 

JDep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Ottawa,  Oll.iwa,  ON,  Canada]  Salmo  truita 

[Dep.  Genet.  &  Evol.,  Univ.  Fed  Sao  Carlos,  Sao  Carlos,  SP,  Brazil] 
EST™  A^SNC,C\VLACsSS  ?  HEPATIC  ARGIMASf 

c?,srezofcrT?live^^^ 

editor.  Phyvol.  ZooL  68(4)Suppl.  SecL:126.  1995.  Abstract  only  FR  40  4)  §  '  Wa"en  W'  Bu^m 

[Dep.  Genet.  &  Evol.,  Univ.  Fed.  Sao  Carlos,  Sao  Carlos,  SP,  Brazil) 

95-007755     Moriyama,  Shurtsufte;  Walton  W    Dickhnff  an/l  Frii,3  M    »r 

CHARACTERIHATIONOFINSUUN.LIKEGROVWHFACTOR-™  ISOLATION  AND 

MYKISS.  Cen.  Camp.  Endocrinat.  99(2):221-229  1995  FR  40(4)  RA1NIJOW  ™OUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS 

iNatL  Res.  fnst.  Aquacull,  Inland  Stn.,  Tamaki,  Mie  519-04,  Japan.  fax:8l  59658-64131 

l«™^ 


flnst.  Aquacilt.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling,  Scotland]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 
FR  40(4} 


1995 


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PHVSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007757  Mothersill,  C;  F.  Lyng;  M.  Lyons  and  D.  Coltell.  GROWTH  AND  DIFFERENTIATION  OF 
EPIDERMAL  CELLS  FROM  THE  RAINBOW  TROUT  ESTABLISHED  AS  EXPLANTS  AND  MAINTAINED  IN 
VARIOUS  MEDIA.  I  Fish  Biol.  46(&):1 01 1-1025.  1 995.  FR40(4) 

[Dublin  Inst.  Technol.,  Kevin  St.,  Dublin  8  Ireland)  Oncorhynchus  mykiss.  . 

95-007758    Mukai,  Yukinori.  CUPULAR  GROWTH  OF  EMBRYONIC  FREE  NEUROMASTS  IN  THE  WILLOW 
SHINER CN/\THOPOCOW£tONCATUSC4ERUtfSCfN5ANDTHEPAnERNINTHECHANCES  IN  CUPULAR 
LENGTH  AFTER  HATCHING.  Fish.  Sd.  61(3};521-522.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish.,  Fac.  Agric.,  Kinki  Univ.,  Nakamachi,  Nara  631,  Japan] 

95-007759    Murphy,  Rhonda  and  Gregory  A.  Lewbarl.  SALT  TOLERANCE  IN  THE  CALLICHTHYID  CATFISH, 
CORYDORAS  AENEUS.  Prac,  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  1 6-1 7. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med,,  Raleigh  27606] 

95-007760    Murray,  James  and  Richard  M.  Hyslop.  MICROINJECTION  OF  FURA-2  AM  INTO  RAINBOW 
TROUT  EMBRYOS./.  Co/o.-Wyo.  Acad.  Sd.  27(1  ):1 5.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Chem.  &  Biochem,,  Univ.  North.  Colo.,  Greeley  80639]  Oncor/iync/ius  mykiss. 

95-007761  Mustafa,  T.;  C.  Agnisola  and  J.  K.  Hansen.  EVIDENCE  FOR  THE  INVOLVEMENT  OF 
NON-PROSTANOID  RELAXING  FACTORS  IN  THE  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS)  CORONARY 
SYSTEM.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham, 
UK,  6-H  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physio/.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:6S.  1995.  Abstract  only. 
FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Biol.,  Univ.  Odense,  Odense,  Denmark] 

95-007762  Nablssi,  M.;  G.  Mosconi;  A.  Roncarali;  D.  Pali;  A.  M.  Potzonetti  Magni  and  H.  R.  Habibl. 
CHARACTERIZATION  OF  GNRH  BINDING  IN  THE  OVARY  OF  SEABREAM  SPARUS  AURATA.  Measures  for 
Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacullure  '94," 
Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No.  21. 
p.  284-286.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dip.  Biol.  M.C.A.,  Univ.  Camerino,  Camerino  (MC),  Italy] 

95-007763  Nakamura,  Kaworu.  PHYSIOLOGICAL  CI-IARACTERISTICS  OF  GOLDFISH  ENDURABILITY  IN 
AIR.  Fish.  Sd.  61(3):455-457. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fac.  Fish.,  Kagoshlma  Univ.,  Shimoatara,  Kagoshima  890,  Japan]  Carassius  auratus. 

95-007764  Nelson,  G.  A.  and  M.  R.  Ross.  GASTRIC  EVACUATION  IN  LITTLE  SKATE./  Fish  Biol.  46(6):977-986. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Mar.  Res.  Inst.,  Indian  River  Field  Lab.,  1 220  Prospect  Ave.,  Suite  205,  Melbourne,  FL  32901 1  Ra/a  erinacea, 

95-007765  Nieveen,  M,  C.  and  G.  E.  E.  J.  M.  van  den  Thillart.  METABOLITE  PATTERNS  IN  CARP  TISSUES 
DURING  48  h  RECOVERY  FROM  EXPOSURE  TO  ANOXIA;  CORRELATION  WITH  OXYGEN  DEBT.  Proceedings 
of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995. 
Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physlol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:1 22.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Leiden,  Inst.  Evol.  &  Ecol.  Sc!.,  Anim.  Physiol.  Gorlaeus  Lab,,  P.O.  Box  9502,  2300  RA  Leiden, 
Netherlands]  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-007766  Nikinmaa,  M.  and  S.  Airaksinen.  EFFECT  OF  HAEMOGLOBIN  CONCENTRATION  ON  THE 
OXYGEN  AFFINITY  OF  INTACT  LAMPREY  ERYTHROCYTES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of 
Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  August  1955.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor. 
Physiol.  Zoo/,  6B(4)Suppl.  Sect.:97.  1 995,  Abstract  only.  FR40(4) 

[Dep.  Biosci.,  Div.  Anim.  Physiol.,  Univ.  Helsinki,  Helsinki,  Finland]  Petrornyzon  marinus. 

95-007767  Nilsson,  Goran  E.  METABOLIC  DEPRESSION  AND  ANOXIC  SURVIVAL  OF  THE  FISH  BRAIN. 
Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-)  f 
Angus!  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68{4)Suppl.  Sect.:120. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Vertebr,  Physiol.  &  Behav.  Unit,  Dep.  Limnol.,  Uppsala  Univ.,  Norbyv.  20,  S-752  36  Uppsala,  Sweden) 
Carassius  auratus  and  C.  carassius, 

95-007768  Nilsson,  Goran  E.;  Patrick  Hylland  and  Veronica  Soderslrom.  EVOLUTION  OF  NITRIC  OXIDE 
DEPENDENT  BRAIN  BLOOD  FLOW  REGULATION  IN  VERTEBRATES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International 
Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6~H  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren, 
editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:150. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Vortebr.  Physiol.  &  Behav.  Unit,  Dep.  Limnol.  Uppsala  Univ.,  Norbyv..  20,  S-752  36  Uppsala,  Sweden] 
Csrassius  auraius  and  Oricornynchus  mykiss. 

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[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Calif.  State  Univ.,  Hayward  94542) 
|Dep.  fiioeng.,  Univ.  Utah,  Sail  Lake  City  841  12| 

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|Dep.  810].,  W.Va.  Insl.  Technol,  Montgomery  25136J 

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95-007806 


VD-uu/BiKi     Keite,O.B.;O  Evsnwnanrl  P  i  u  *.t  ^ ,  j  ,, . 

DEPRIVED  OF  IIS  METACHROMATIC 'DYE -BINDltc  COMpSKT'13  GRANULE  CELL:  A  MAST  CEl> 

HedWcfc  and  lames  R,  Winlon,  otgaoheo.  p^pS  iS^ra^nfet  VVaiWn8ftW1'  ^P'emfaer  4-8,  /994.  RonaW  f. 
fNorweirmn  Pnlt  V/oi  M...J    o.i-   t.'  ;  '  l_;*-'^-  ""•>  *t"n) 


OR  P^SITE^aminatt  I  E^ns-  *RE  CARP  RODLET  CELLS  OF  FISH 

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PHYSIOLOGY  (Continued) 

95-007808  Rodnick,  Kenneth  J.  and  Bruce  D.  Sidell.  EFFECTS  OF  BODY  SIZE  AND  THERMAL  ACCLIMATION 
ON  PARVALBUMIN  CONCENTRATION  IN  WHITE  MUSCLE  OF  STRIPED  BASS./.  Exp.  Zoo/.  272(4):266-274. 
1995.  FR40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Idaho  Stale  Univ,,  Pocatello  83209-8007]  Mamne  saxatilis. 

95-007809  Romestand,  B.;  G.  Breuil.;  C.  A.  F,  Bourmaucl;  J.  L.  Coeurdacier  andG.  Bouix.  DEVELOPMENT  AND 
CHARACTERISATION  OF  MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES  AGAINST  SEABASS  IMMUNOCLOBULINS 
DtCMJRARCHUS  MB/MX  LINNAEUS,  1758.  Fish  &  Shellfish  Immunol.  5(5):347-357.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Parasilol.  &  Immunol.,  Univ.  Montpellier  II,  34095  Monlpellier  Cedex  5,  France]  Anguilla  anguilln,  Spams 
auratus,  Scophthatmus  m3x/mu5,and  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-007810  Rubinsky,  B.  and  A.  L.  DeVries,  THE  SYNERGISTIC  EFFECT  OF  THE  CHEMICAL  ENVIRONMENT 
ON  THE  FREEZING  PROCESS  IN  ANTARCTIC  PISH  ANTIFREEZE  GLYCOPROTEIN  SOLUTIONS.  Cryobio/ogy 
2&{&):588-589.  1 989.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

Tremalomus  bernacchii  and  Nolothenia  anguilata, 

95-007811     Sabapathy,  Uma  and  Leng-Hong  Too.  SOME  PROPERTIES  OF  THE  INTESTINAL  PROTEASES  OF 
THE  RABBITFISH,  SIGANUS  CANAL1CULATUS  (PARK),  Fish  Physiol.  Biochem.  14(3):215-221.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Zool.,  Nail.  Univ.  Singapore,  Keril  Ridge  051 1,  Singapore) 

95-007812     Sakai,  M.;  M.  Kobayashi  and  H.  Kawauchi,  ENHANCEMENT  OF  CHEMILUMINESCENT 
RESPONSES  OF  PHAGOCYTIC  CELLS  FROM  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS,  BY  INJECTION 
OF  GROWTH  HORMONE.  Fish  &  Shellfish  Immunol.  5(5):375-379.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Fac.  Agfic,  Miyazaki  Univ.,  Miyazaki  889-21,  Japan] 

95-007813     Sakharov,  R.  S.  and  A.  A.  Vikhman.  ERYTHROCYTE  ISOANTIGENS  OF  THE  CARP  CYPRINUS 
CARPIO  L.  Russ.  /.  Genet.  (Engl.  Trans/.  Genetika)  31(6):734-735.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Hematol.  Res.  Cent.,  Russian  Acad,  Med.  Sci,,  Moscow,  1 251 67  Russia] 

95-007814  Sano,  N,;  O.  Kiirala;  N.  Okamoto  and  Y.  Ikeda.  A  NEW  FLUOROCHROMASIA  METHOD  USING 
A  FLUORESCENCE  MICROPLATE  READER  FOR  ASSAY  OF.  CYTOTOXIC  ACTIVITY  OF  CARP  LEUCOCYTES. 
Vel.  Immunol.  Immunopathol.  47(1, 2):1 73-1 78.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Okamoto;  Dep.  Aquat.  Qiosci.,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish,,  Konan  4,  Minato-ku,  Tokyo  108,  Japan. 
lel:+8 1-3-5463-0547;  fax:+81-3-5463-0552|  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-00781 5  Sato,  Cliikako;  Ryo  Kimura;  Kaoru  Nakatn;  Susumu  Umeda  and  Manpci  Suzuki.  RNA/DNA  RATIO 
OF  FIRST-FEEDING  LARVAE  OF  JAPANESE  SARDINE.  Fish.  Sci.  61(3):538-539.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Natl,  Res.  Inst.  Fish.  Sci.,  Fukuura,  Kanazawa,  Yokohama  236,  Japan]  Satdinops  sagax  melanosticlus. 

95-00781 6  Salo,  Kenji.  [BIOCHEMICAL  STUDIES  ON  COLLAGEN  IN  FISH  MUSCLE.]  Nippon  Sulsan  CaWta/sW 
61(4):481-484.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Food  Sci.  &  Nutr.,  Fac.  Living  Sci.,  Kyoto  Prefeclural  Univ.,  Shimogamo,  Kyoto  606,  Japan] 

95-00781 7  Schultz,  Duanc  R.  ant)  M.  Elizabeth  Clarke.  AN  IMMUNOLOGICAL  STUDY  OF  PREDATION  ON 
HATCHERY-REARED,  JUVENILE  RED  DRUM  (SCIAENOPS  OCEIMTU5):  PREPARATION  AND  ASSAYS  OF  A 
'RED  DRUM-SPECIFIC"  PROTEIN  FOR  PREDATOR-PREY  EXPERIMENTS.  /.  Cx/).  Mar.  Biol.  Ecol. 
1  B9(1+2):233-249.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Med.,  Div.  Allergy  &  Immunol,,  R-1 02,  Univ.  Miami  School  Mod.,  P.O.  Box  01 69&0,  Miami,  FL  33 1 0 1 1 

95-007818  Schwarz,  W.  and  L.  A.  Vasllets.  MOLECULAR  EXPRESSION  AND  REGULATION  OF  THE 
Na*/K+-PUMP.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  9995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  60(4)Suppl.  Sect.:182.  1995, 
Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Max-Planck-lnst.  F,  (I.C.F.)  Biophysiol.,  Frankfurt/M,  Germany]  Torpedo  marmorata. 

95-007819     Sebert,  Pliillppe;  Jean-Francois  Menez;  Bernard  Simon  and  Lucien  Barllielerny.  [EFFECTS  OF 
HYDROSTATIC  PRESSURE  ON  MALONDIALDEHYDE  (MDA)  BRAIN  CONTENTS  IN  YELLOW  FRESHWATER 
EELS.]  C.  R.  Acad  Sd.  Ser.  Ill  Sd.  Vie  3 1 8(7):757-760.  1 995.  In  French  with  English  Summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Lab.  Physiol.,  UFR  Med.,  BP  81 5,  29285  Bresl  Cedex,  France]  Angii'illa  anguilla, 

95-007820    Secombes,  C.  ].  MACROPHAGE-CYTOKINE  INTERACTIONS.  Inlernmlonal  Symposium  on  Aquatic 
Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-Q,  1994.  Ronald  P. 
Hecliick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  1-2. 1994.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Aberdeen,  Scotland] 

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Isliophorus  aft/cans,  Teirapturus  aAWuj,  and  Mafca/ra  nfcrfcans 


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|lnst.  Mar.  Biol,,  Univ.  Hawaii,  Kaneohe  96744) 


FR40(4)  •  ->-"*.  nonaiar.  neartck  and  ]ames  R.  Wmton,  organizers,  p.  W-20.5.  1994. 

(Agric.  Eng.  Dep.,  Technion,  Haifa  32000,  Israel]  Tilapia. 

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t.Cell&Mol.8iol,,TaipeiWed.Coll.,  Taipei,  Taiwan] 

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c.  Agric,  Kochi  Univ,  Mo™be,  N.nkok,,  Kochi  7&3,  Jap.n]  C^/nus  c^b 

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fltochem/rtv,  B/mrngtem,  UfC,  6-1  r  /\S^995  H/arren  wSS^  ^^f  °f  ^mPara"Ve  P/^togy  ancf 
1995.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4)  '  Bu'»Sre^  ed'tor-  ^^/o/.  Zoo!.  68{4)Suppl.  SccL:67. 

[Lab.  Fish  Physiol.,  Fac  Appl.  Biol.  Sd.,  Hiroshima  Univ.,  Hiroshima,  Japan] 

™Sc^$X 

of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Bioche^BiM^  ^\  f  °f  ec/'nes  o(th*  ^  International  Cong™ 

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)/  7nnl  AR/dl'c         \"c «—••'"•'»»"(•/  "iiiltlllgliam,  UH,  b-J  1 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sd.,  Univ.  Plymouth,  Drake  Circus,'  pTymouVpU  6AA,  England] 
yi-007831      Sfierendrecht,  W.  I  •  N    Lnronjon-  i    fi,  r-    „     , 

IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS  nF  A  MnMnrm'kiT  ?1™;  '  Koch;  J'  H'  W'  M-  Rombout. 
(ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS)  C^LOC^KAN^^^S^?Klf}C  FOR  RAINBOWTROUT 
46(3,4):349-360.  1995.  FR  40(4)  IMKUMUOCYTES.  Vei.  Immunol.  Immunopathol. 

(Danish  Trou,  Cult.  Res.  Stn.,  Brons  Wollevaj  7,  DK-6780  Skaerbaek,  Denmark| 

OF  VENTJLATORY  CONTROL  Proceerf/ns  f  fh  j  I  i  ^T^^^^^:  "^SIGHTS  INTO  THE  EVOLUTION 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham  UK  6-1 J  August  l  QQT  u/  'jie''na'(iofjai  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and 
1 995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4}'  r(?n  Wl  fiurS^en-  e(//(or.  ffiys/b/.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:90. 

(Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Tex.,  Arlington  76019] 

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95-007833  Smedsrod,  Bard;  Randi  Olsen  and  Baldur  Sveinbjornsson.  CIRCULATING  COLLAGEN  IS 
CATABOLIZED  BY  ENDOCYTOSIS  MAINLY  BY  ENDOTHELIAL  CELLS  OF  ENDOCARDIUM  IN  COD  (GADUS 
MORHUA).  Cell  Tissue  Res.  280(1  ):39-48.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Exp.  Pathol.,  Inst.  Med.  Biol,,  MH-byggel,  Univ.  Tromso,  N-9037  Tromso,  Norway! 

95-007834     Smith,  Lynwood  S.  ANATOMY  AND  SPECIAL  PHYSIOLOGY  OF  SALMONIDS.  In:  Fish  Medicine 
Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  322-327.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
[School  Fish.,  Univ.  Wash,,  Seattle  981 95] 

95-007835     Smith,  Lynwood  S.  ANATOMY  AND  SPECIAL  PHYSIOLOGY  OP  TEMPERATE  FRESHWATER 
FISHES,  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  228-232.  1993.  FR  40(4} 
.[School  Fish.,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  981 95|  Data  for  eight  species. 

95-007836  Smith,  R.  W.  and  D.  F.  Houlihan.  PROTEIN  SYNTHESIS  AND  OXYGEN  CONSUMPTION  IN  FISH 
CELLS.  I  Comp.  Physiol.  B  Biochem.  Syst.  Environ.  Physfal.  1 65(2):93-1 01 .  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dap.  Zool..,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Tillydrone  Ave.,  Aberdeen  AB9  2TN,  Scotland!  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-007837  Smith,  S.  A.;  T.  Caceci  and  J.  L.  Robertson,  RODLET  CELLS:  ORIGIN  AND  POSSIBLE  FUNCTION, 
fnteinational  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  !994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  K.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-20.4.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Palhobfol.,  Va.-Md,  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  2406 1  ]  Pierophyllum  scalare  scalare. 

95-007538  Soengas, ).  L.;  E,  Strong;  J.  Fuentes;  M.  Aldegunde  and  M.  D.  Andres.  BRAIN  CARBOHYDRATE 
AND  KETQNE  BODIES  METABOLISM  OF  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR)  IS  DEPRESSED 
POST-FEEDING.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1]  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4}Suppl.  Seci.:123.  1995, 
Abstract  only.  fR  40(4} 

|Lab.  Fisiol.  Anirn.j  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  de  Corripostela,  15706  Santiago  de  Compostela,  Spain] 

95-007839     Sola,  Carla.  CHEMOATTRACTION  OF  UPSTREAM   MIGRATING  GLASS  EELS  ANGUILLA 
ANGUiLLA  TO  EARTHY  AND  GREEN  ODORANTS.  Enwron.  Biol.  tfsnes43(2}:1 79-1 85.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dip.  fliol.Anim.,  Univ.  Modena,  via  Universita4, 1-41 100  Modena,  Italy] 

95-007840    Souza,  R.  H.  S.;  G.  Moraes;  J,  Choudhuri;  G.  C,  Manezes  and  A.  L.  Val.  THE  EFFECT  OF  NITRITE 
EXPOSURE  ON  METHEMOGLOBIN  LEVELS  IN  TAMBAQUI  COLOSSOMA  MACROPOMUM.  Proceedings  of 
the  4lh  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6- ;  /  August  1 995. 
Wasicn  W,  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zool.  G8(4)Suppl.  Sect.:126.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
(AcjUiicult.  Cent.  Res.  &  Train./IBAMA,  Univ.  Sao  Carlos,  Sao  Carlos,  SP,  Brazil]  C.  mitrei. 

95-007841     St.  Heigason,  Sigurdur.SALINITY  EFFECT  ON  SMOLTIFICATION  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO 
SALAR).  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux 
Aquacuttvre  '94,*  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.1.  MitirandF.  Sew/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult,  Soc.  Spec. 
Publ.  No.  2 1 .  p.  60.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Physiol.,  Univ.  Iceland,  Iceland) 

95-007842  Sleeger,  H.-U.  and  C.  R.  Bridges.  A  METHOD  FOR  LONG-TERM  MEASUREMENT  OF 
RESPIRATION  IN  INTERTIDAL  FISHES  DURING  SIMULATED  INTERTIDAL  CONDITIONS.  /.  Fish  Biol 
47(2);308-320.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Bridges:  Inst.  Zoophysiol.,  Heinrich-Heine-Unlv.,  40225  Duesseldorf,  Germany]  Upophrys  pholis  and 
Petiophtnalmodon  barbatus. 

95-007843  Stephan,  G.;  ].  Guillaume  and  F.  Lamour.  THE  LEVEL  OF  THIOBARDITURIC  ACID  REACTIVE 
SUBSTANCES,  AN  INDEX  OF  THE  PROTECTION  OF  TISSUE  LIPID  AGAINST  PEROXIDATION,  STUDY  IN 
TURBOT.  ROLES  OF  THE  UNSATURATION  OF  THE  DIETARY  FATTY  ACID  AND  OF  THE 
ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL  SUPPLY.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International 
Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1,  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers. 
Eur.  Aqitacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  170-171,  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Nail.  Etudes  Vet.  Alimcnlaires  -  Lab.  Pathol.  Anlm,  Aquat.  (CNEVA-LPAA),  BP  70-29280  Plouzane, 
France)  Scophthafmus  maximus, 

95-007844  Stewart,  Laura  Jane.  NUTRITION  OF  KOI,  CARP,  AND  GOLDFISH.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K. 
Sto&opf,  editor,  p.  461-470. 1993.  FR  40(4) 

fSan  Antonio  Zool.  Card,  &  Aquarium,  San  Antonio,  TXj  Carass/us  aura  (wand  Cyprinus  carpio, 

95-007845  Stoknes,  Iren  and  Turid  Ruslad.  PURIFICATION  AND  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  A 
MULTICATALYTIC  PROTEINASE  FROM  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR)  MUSCLE.  Comp.  Biochem. 
Physiol.  B  Biochem.  MoL  Blol.  1 11(4):587-596.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biotechnol.,  Norwegian  Inst.  Technol.  Univ.  Trondheim,  N-7034  Trondheim-NTI-i,  Norway.  tel:47 
73593020;  fax:47  73591283) 

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[Dep.  Companion  Anin,  &  Special  Species  Mad,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C,  State  Univ,  Raleigh  27607| 

-  &  SpGd"  S>edes  Med"  Co"-  Ve,.  Mad.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607,  Da,  fc 


,  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES  • 

Pep.  Companion  Anirr,  &  Special  Species  Mod,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ,  Raleigh  27607] 

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//dne.  Michae, 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607J 
95-007851     Stoskcpf,  Michael  K.  SURGERY.  /,•  flrf,  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  ec^o,  p.  91-97.  t9M. 
IDep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Speci.1  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607! 

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Contributions  Presented  at  the  Internallarnl  '  OwfaJ*™  «    L      ME,DAKA-  Measures  for  Success:  Afastracts  of 

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CONDmONS.  ftooMdhg  j  orS  f^SSS^r^™5!  rNDER  DirFERENT  LIGHT  AND  FEEDING 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-1  f  yJuJt  ,995  WanSw^T^,  °f  £m.Pfrati™  Physiology  and  Biochmta*. 
Abst;act  only.  FR  40(4)  Burggrea  edrtof.  Physiot.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:110.  I99i 

[Oep.  Biosci.,  Nishi-Tokyo  Univ.,JaPart] 


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i«t  ?9S5.  Wa,fen  W,  Bwggw  ^SfJ0^^  fi/oc/)ef""'^  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1  1 

[Ocean  Res,  Irm,  Univ.  SSS  SR,  jS!  68(4JSuPP''  Sect':1  8<X  1  995.  Abstract  only.  FR  4^4) 


j. .  nww  Aquacoft.  5oc.  26(2):188-193. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
Univ.,  Azumacho,  Izumigun,  Kagoshima  899-14,  Japan) 

LYMFHOCYTE^TIMULAT'lOirr IsTln^jSi^f^'  G'-H'  R'  8°0ms;  P'  Bakuwel  and  J.  H.  Boon.  AN  IN  ViVO 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle  Washington' Seni*  h  A  a *mP°sluman  A(lual^  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracn 
p.  P-80. 1994.  FR  40(4)  ^Kmoer^  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  tames  R.  Wimon,  organize 

Pep.  Fish  Cult.  &  Fish,  Wageningen  Agric.  Univ.,  Wageningen,  Netherlandsl 

u  j  j        i  ft  \tiiKil\tf  L_nUHrn3  3nd  B    E   \l3rr~h    nVKl  A  &A  l/~c  /~ir  m  1 1" 

TROUT  (ONCORHYHCHUS  MYJC/SS)  UN DER  A  VAB^rv  nc  niSJS^  FREE  AMINO  ACIDS  IN  RAINBOW 
1 4(3);  1 79-194. 1 995.  FR  40(4)  '.«•*"  v/«yci  T  ^J^  UICTARY  CONDITIONS,  ftj/i  Phystol.  Biocfteui 

IMarch:  Dep.  Anin>.  Sci.,  Uni..  British  Columbia,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V6T  ,Z4| 


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95-007860     Taylor,  E.  W.  THE  COMPARATIVE  PHYSIOLOGY  OF  CARDIORESPIRATORY  CONTROL 
Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6- 1 1 
August  1995.  Wairen  W.  Burggren,  editor  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:63.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Birmingham,  Birmingham  B15  2TT,  England] 

95-G07B61  Tazawa,  E.;  A.  Fujiwara  and  I.  Yasumasu,  PHOTOACTIVATION  OF  NADH  CYTOCHROME  c 
REDUCTASE  IN  MITOCHONDRIA  ISOLATED  FROM  SEVERAL  TISSUES  OF  MARINE  INVERTEBRATES  AND 
FISHES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham, 
UK,  6-1 1  August  7995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:145.  1995.  Abstract  only. 
FR40(4) 

[Biol.  Inst.,  Fac.  Lit.  &  Sci.,  Yokohama  Univ.,  Kanagawa,  Japan] 

95-007862     Thompson,  Kim  D.;  R.  James  Henderson  and  Mary  F.  Tatner.  EFFECTS  OP  EXOGENOUS  FATTY 
ACIDS  ON  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  5AMR*  /.)  HEADKIDNEY  IEUCOCYTES.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  7  994.  Ronald 
P.  Hedrick  and  James  R,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-20.1.  1994,  FR  40(4) 
|  Inst  Aquacull.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

95-007063  Thorarensen,  H.;  P.  E.  Gallaugher  and  A,  P.  Farrell.  THE  SIGNIFICANCE  Of  CHANGES  IN  GUT 
BLOOD  FLOW  FOR  CARDIOVASCULAR  FUNCTION  AND  OXYGEN  TRANSPORT  IN  CHINOOK  SALMON 
tONCORHYNCHUS  KHAWYTSCHA).  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology 
and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:65.  1 99S.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Physiol.  &  Anat.,  Massey  Univ..,  Massey,  New  Zealand] 

95-007864    Uesafca,  Toshihiro;  Keiichi  Yano;  Motoo  Yamasaki  and  Masaaki  Ando.  SOMATOSTATIN-, 
VASOACTIVE  INTESTINAL  PEPTIDE-,  AND  GRANULIN-LIKE   PEPTIDES   ISOLATED  FROM   INTESTINAL 
SXTRACTS  OF  GOLDFISH,  CARASSIUS  AURA7US.  Gen.  Com;).  Endocrinol.  99(3):298-306.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Ando:  Lab.  Physiol,,  Fac,  Integrated  Arts  &  Sci.,  Hiroshima  Univ.  Higashi-Hiroshima,  Hiroshima  739,  japan] 

95-007565  Val,  A.  L;  O.  T.  F.  da  Costa;  M.  A.  F.  de  Moura  and  V,  M.  F.  de  Almeida-Val.  RESPIRATORY 
FEATURES  OF  THE  AMAZON  CHARACIN  CO(.OS5OMA  MACROPOMUM.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International 
Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren, 
editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:100.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Aquacult.,  Nail.  Inst.  Res.  Amazon  (INPA),  Univ.  Amazonas,  Amazonas,  Brazil] 

95-007866  van  den  Thillart,  G.  E.  E.  J.  M.  FLEXIBLE  METABOLIC  DEPRESSION  OF  FISH.  Proceedings  of  the 
4tb  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  August  J995. 
Warren  W.  Surggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zooi.  68{4)Suppl.  Sect,:119.  1995.  Abstract  only,  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Leiden,  Inst.  Evol.  &  Ecol,  Sci,,  Anim.  Physiol.,  Gorlaeus  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  9502,  2300  RA  Leiden, 
Netherlands]  Carassius  auraius,  Cyprinus  carpio,  Jilapia,  and  Angullla  anguilla. 

95-007867    van  der  Heijden,  M.  H.  T.;  G.  H.  R.  Booms;  M.  W.  T.  Tanck;  J.  H.  W.  M.  Rombout  and  J.  H.  Boon. 
INFLUENCE  OF  FLUMEQUINE  ON  IN  VIVO  MITOGEN  RESPONSES  OF  EUROPEAN  EEL  (ANGUIL1.A 
ANGUILLA  U  1  758)  LYMPHOID  CELLS.  Vel.  Immunol.  Immunopathol.  47(1,2):143-152.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish  Cult.  &  Fish.,  Wageningen  Agric.  Univ.,  P.O,  Box  33fl,  6700  AH  Wageningen,  Netherlands) 

95-007868     Verma,  R.  J.  IMPACT  OF  TEMPERATURE  ON  OXYGEN  CARRYING  CAPACITY  OF  WATCR  AND 
SURVIVAL  OF  FINGERLINCS. /nc//an  for,  l21(3):243-2-14.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep,  Zooi.,  Univ.  Sch.  Sci.,  Gujarat  Univ.,  Ahmedabad,  India] 

95-007869  Vijayan,  M.  M.;  J.  D.  Morgan;  T.  Sakamoto;  G.  Grau  and  G.  K.  Iwama.  NUTRITIONAL  STATE  AND 
SEAWATER  ACCLIMATION  IN  A  EURYHAUNE  FISH,  THE  TILAPIA:  HORMONAL  AND  METABOLIC 
CHANGES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry, 
Birmingham,  UK,  6-11  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Bufggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zooi.  6B(4)Suppl.  Sect.:  168.  1995. 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Anim.  Sci.  &  Canadian  Bact.  DIs.  Network,  Univ.  British  Columbia,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada]  Tilapia 
mosfambica, 

95-007070  Virkki,  L,  V.  and  M.  Nikinmaa,  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  INWARDLY  RECTIFYING  K 
CONDUCTANCE  IN  LAMPREY  (LAMPETRA  FLUVIATILIS)  ERYTHROCYTES.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International 

Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 J  August  J995.  Warren  W.  Burggren, 
editor.  Physiot.  Zooi.  68(4)Suppl.Sect.:185. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep,  Biosci.,  Univ.  Helsinki,  Helsinki,  Finland] 

95-007&71     Waagbo,  R.;  K.  Sandnes  and  G.-l.  Hemre,  DIETARY  CARBOHYDRATES  AND  STRESS  IN  ATLANTIC 
SALMON.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle, 
Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-96,  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[DJr.  Fish,,  lust.  Nutr.,  Bergen,  Norway]  Oncor/iyndius  mykiss,  Salmo  salar,  and  Gat/us  morhua, 

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N^OGEN  SBOUSM  ^&!^^E^^AI™  AND  CONFINEMENT  ON 
198(7):15S9-1566.1995.FR40(4)  GULF  TOADFISH  OPSANUS  BETA.  ].    fxp  flW. 


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IScl,.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Manchester,  Mandate,  M13  9PT,  England, 

Ko'irak3W3""^hi,  Yamagata-city,  Yamagaia  990,  Jllparl] 
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[Zoophyslol.  Dep,,  Umv.  Aarhus,  Aarhus,  Denmark] 
95-007880     Websler,  Carl  D.;  Richard  T 

PHOSPHOLIPtDS  AS  AN  INDICATOR  OF  DIETARY  F«CWTI'A'  C'awson-  ^TIO  OF  20;3(n-9)  TO  20'5(n-3)  IN 
MORONESAXAJILIS,A.ND  PALMETTO  BASS  M  MWTOK  ^"^YACID  SUFFICIENCY  IN  STRIPED  BASS 
FR1S*'  If-  D  •  •  '  7/£/5xM.  C^V5O/>S././\pp//\q(/acu/(.4(4):75-90. 199^ 

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95-007883     Wolken,  Jerome  ).  LIGHT  DETECTORS,  PHOTO  RECEPTORS,  AND  IMAGING  SYSTEMS  IN 
NATURE.  Oxford  Univ.  Press  259p.  1995,  Available  at  $65.00  (doth:  ISBN  0-1 9-505002-9)  from  Oxford  Univ. 
Press,  200  Madison  Ave.,  New  York,  NY  10016.  tel:800-451-7556.  FR  40(4) 
[Carnegie  Mellon  Univ.,  Biol.  ScL,  Pittsburgh,  PA  15213) 

95-007&B4  Woo,  N,  V.  S.  and  K.  C.  Chung.  TOLERANCE  OF  POMACANTHUS  1MPERATOR  TO 
HYPOOSMOTIC  SALINITIES:  CHANGES  IN  BODY  COMPOSITION  AND  HEPATIC  ENZYME  ACTIVITIES.  /. 
fish  Biol.  47(1):70-81.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

jDcp.  Biol.,  Chinese  Univ,  Hong  Kong,  Shatin,  N.T.,  Hong  Kong) 

95-007885     Wood,  C.  M.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  CATECHOLAMINES  ON  RESPIRATORY  GAS  EXCHANGE  IN  FISH. 
Proceedings  of  the  *tlh  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1 
August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggien,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:92.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.,  McMaster  Univ.,  Hamilton,  ON,  Canada  L8S  4K1  ] 

95-007886    Wood,  Chris  M.;  Peter  Parl  and  Patricia  A.  Wright.  AMMONIA  AND  UREA  METABOLISM  IN 
RELATION  TO  GILL  FUNCTION  AND  ACID-BASE  BALANCE  IN  A  MARINE  ELASMOBRANCH,  THE  SPINY 
DOGFISH  (SQUAWS  ACANTHIAS). }.  Exp.  Biol.  198(7):1 545-1558.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Oep.  Biol,,  McMaster  Univ,,  Hamilton,  ON,  Canada  LBS  4K1  ] 

95-C07B87  Wood,  Chris  M,;  Todd  E.  Hopkins,  Christen  Hogstrand  and  Patrick  J.  Walsh.  PULSATILE  UREA 
EXCRETION  IN  THE  UREAGENIC  TOADFISH  OPSANUS  BE7A:  AN  ANALYSIS  OF  RATES  AND  ROUTES.  ].  Exp 
Biol  198(8):1 729-1  741.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  McMaster  Univ.,  Hamilton,  ON,  Canada  L8S  4K1 1 

95-007888     Wootton,  R. ).  ENERGY  ALLOCATION  IN  THE  THREESPINE  STICKLEBACK.  In;  T/te  Evolutionary 
Biology  a(  the  Threespine  Stickleback  Michael  A.  Bell  and  Susan  A.  Foster,  editors,  p.  114-143.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  BioJ.  ScL,  Univ.  Coll,  Wales,  Aberyslwylh,  Dyfed  S423  3DA,  Wales]  Caslerosteus  acuteatus. 

95-007889  Yarnada,  Hideaki;  Ryuya  Horiuchi  and  Kohei  Yarnauchi.  UPTAKE  MECHANISM  OF 
W-TRIIODOTHYRONINE  IN  MASU  SALMON  ONCORHYNCHUS  MASOU  HEPATOCYTES.  Fish.  So, 
61(3}:467-471.1995.FR4Q{4) 

[Nail.  Res.  Inst.  Aquacull.,  Nikko  Branch,  Nikko,  Tochigi  321-1 6,  Japan) 

95-007890  Yamamoto,A.andT.lida.  NON-SPECIFIC  DEFENSE  ACTIVITIESOFTRIPLOID  RAINBOWTROUT. 
Jnte/nafwia/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheralon  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-74.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Yamanashi  Prefect.  Fish.  Technol.  Cent.,  Oshino  Trout  Hatch.,  Oshino,  Yamanashi,  Japan]  Oncor/iynchus 
mykiss. 

95-007891  Yang,  D.  X-RAY  STRUCTURE  AND  MECHANISM  OF  ANTIFREEZE  PROTEIN.  Qyobioloov 
27<6):645.&4G.  1 990,  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-007092  Yano,  Tomokl.  [THE  COMPLEMENT  SYSTEMS  OF  FISH.[  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):151-158.  1995.  Ir 
Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Fish.  Chem,,  Fac.  Agric,  Kyushu  Univ.,  Hakozaki,  Fukuoka  81 2,  Japan] 

95-007093    Yokoyama,  S.  EVOLUTIONARY  GENETICS  OF  COLOUR  VISION.  Proceedings  of  the  4tl\ 
International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-  J  1  August  1 995.  Warren 
W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/,  68(4)Si>ppl.  Sect.:1 59.  1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
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95-007894  Yoshlda,  M.;  K.  Uematsu  and  K,  Namba.  DEVELOPMENTAL  CHANGES  IN  THE 
MOTONEURONAL  ACTIVITY  UNDERLYING  SWIMMING  BEHAVIOR  OF  THE  ANGELFISH  PTEROPHYLLUM 
SCALARE.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham, 
UK,  6- II  August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:163.  1995.  Abstract  only, 
FR  40[4)  '  ^  r 

[Lab,  FisJi  Physiol.,  Fac.  Appl.  Biol.  Sci.,  Hiroshima  Univ.,  Hiroshima,  Japan] 

95-007895     Yoshlzawa,  T.  EVOLUTION  OF  VERTEBRATE  VISUAL  PIGMENTS  AND  THE  COLOUR  VISION, 
Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistiy,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-] ) 
August  1995.  Warren  W.  Bwggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  6fl(4)Suppl.  Sect,:158. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Inf.  Syst.  Eng.,  Fac.  Eng,,  Osaka  Sangyo  Univ,,  Osaka,  Japan] 

95-007096    Yousif,  A.  N,;  L  J.  Albright  and  T.  P.  T.  Evelyn.  BACTERIAL  BINDING  SITES  AND  SUGAR 
SPECIFICITY  OF  A  LECTIN  FROM  THE  EGGS  OF  COHO  SALMON  ONCORHYNCHUS  KISUTCH.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-$,  J994,  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers.  p.W-21.2. 1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst,  Aquacull.  Res.,  Dep.  Biol.  ScL,  Simon  Eraser  Univ.,  Burnaby,  BC,  Canda  V5A  1S6] 

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95-007897  Youson,  John  H.;  John  A.  Holmes  and  John  F.  Lealherland.  SERUM  CONCENTRATIONS  < 
THYROID  HORMONES  IN  KCIO-rTREATED  LARVAL  SEA  LAMPREYS  (PEJROMYZON  MARtNUS  I..).  Co* 
Biochem.  Physiol  C  Phaimacol.  Toxicol,  Endocrinol.  111(2):265-270.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Life  Sci,,  Scarborough  Campus,  Univ.  Toronto,  Scarborough,  ON,  Canada  M  1  C  1  A4.  lel;4  1  6-287-7*13 
fax:4tfr-287-7642| 

95-007898  Zabelinskii,  Stanislav  A.;  Nina  B.  Brovtsyna;  Marina  A.  Chebolareva;  Olga  B.  Corbimova  a\ 
Alexander  I.  Krivchenko.  COMPARATIVE  INVESTIGATION  OF  LIPID  AND  FATTY  ACID  COMPOSITION  ( 
FISH  GILLS  AND  MAMMALIAN  LUNGS.  A  MODEL  OF  THE  MEMBRANE  LIPID  COMPONENT  ARE  AS.  Con 
Biochem.  Physiol.  B  Biochem.  Mol.  Bio/.  1  1  1  (  1  ):  1  27-1  40.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Sechenov  Insl.  Evol.  Physiol.  &  Biochem.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  S(.  Petersburg  1  94223,  Russia] 

95-007899     Zafci,  M.  I.;  M.  M.  EI-Gharabawy  and  S.  A.  Kamil.  SEASONAL  CHANGES  IN  THE  GONADOTROP 
AND  SEX  STEROID  HORMONES  IN  THE  BLOOD  SERUM  OF  THE  GRAY  MULLET,  MUCH  CEPHAi  US  IN  TJ 
SABKHET  EL  BARDAWIL  OF  THE  MEDITERRANEAN  SEA.  /.  Ichthyol.  35(2}:1-7.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
INatl.  Insl.  Oceangr.  &  Fish.,  Alexandria,  Egypl] 

95-007900  Zhu,  Yong  and  Peter  Thomas.  RED  DRUM  SOMATOLACTIN:  DEVELOPMENT  OF 
HOMOLOGOUS  RADIOIMMUNOASSAY  AND  PLASMA  LEVELS  AFTER  EXPOSURE  TO  STRESSORS  C 
VARIOUS  BACKGROUNDS.  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrinol.  99(3):275-288.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Univ.  Tex.  Austin,  Mar.Sci.lnsUP.O.Box1267,PortAransas78373)M/crapogon/asundti/alusand5dnc™ 
ocel/alus. 

95-007901     Zulian,  E.;  A.  Bisazza  and  C.  Marin.  VARIATIONS  IN  MALE  BODY  SIZE  IN    NATURE 
POPULATIONS  QfGAMBUSIAHOLBRQOKI.  £t/ioA  EcoL  &  Evol.  7(1):HO.  1995  FR  40(4) 
(Dip.  Biol.,  Univ.  Padova,  Via  Trieste  75,  35121  Padova,  Italy) 

GENETICS,  VARIATION  STUDIES  AND  HYBRIDIZATION 

9J£SIrcL,i}  MC^C  PV'63  B'  and  Wayne  A'  Hubert-  HISTORY,  GENETIC  VARIATION,  AN 
PKN  n?o,DTMCMr^,OF  13,SALMONID  BROODSTOCKS  MAINTAINED  BY  THE  WYOMING  GAME  AH 
FISH  DEPARTMENT.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  IrHornaiim 
Sympowum  and  Workshop  Mdm  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  Mitrch  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  if  an 
RobenG.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  fab.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  503-511  1995  FR  40(4) 

(Nail  Biol.  SHV,  Coop  Fish  &  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,  Univ.  Wyo,,  Laramie  C2071  1  Qncorhynchus 
ISS?     ^  '      C'  Pteurilfcl14  5a/^nUs|-onL//5,  S.  namaycush,  Salmo  (nSJ  and 


;  Vuokko  Tormaiien  and  Takeshi  Malsunaga.  EVOUJTIOI 

^  GENES  °FSALMONID  FISH,  RAINBOW  TROU 

CHARR  MLVHWUS  ALPINUS):  IMPLICATIONS  CONCERNIM 
.  Iromunogenel;cj  41  (5):3  12-3  15.  1995  FR  40(41 
list.  Cine.  Biomed,  Abel  Salzar  Univ.  Porto,  4000  Porto,  Portugal! 

(Lab.  Genet.  &  Biochem.,  Tokyo  UniV.  Fish,,  Konan,  Mina.o,  Tokyo  108,  Japan]  Oiyz/as  /al/pes 

u  'SOLATINC  MECHANISMS  UGTWEEf 

[Dep.  Biol.  &  Reis  Biol.  Stn.,  St.  Louis  Univ.,  St,  Louis,  MO  63  1  03] 


CONSERVATION  OF  GHNETK 
G^F^J^^^^ 

JeW  to  AlbUquerque,  New  Mexic%  »55^^£°gSrff  °lhe  '«°™/  Symposium  ami  WMahof 
Fidt.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p  249-258  1995  FR  40(4)  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am 

(rAO,Fish.DeP.,VlaledelleTermeCaracalla,00100Rome,,,alyMtraclosc/onn06///, 

-MPROWMENTTo?  B^O^N  TROUT  ^JAtMO  ^^  ^«'  |D<AGRAM  ™  ™E  GENETIC 
MARICULTURElAfcawwfoj^  ^^^r™^  MDEAT  CHARACTERISTICS  RAISED  IN 
WwAilOKul^Wt^ 

Soc  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.p.  144-145.  1994  1  F^h  FR  A£      l  ^^^  SevBa'  C°'"^S'  ^  A(luac^ 
(Elsamer  S.A.,  B.P.  42,  29570  Camaret/Mer,  France]  . 

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95-007908      Biron,  Michel.  PRIMARY  AND  SECONDARY  RESPONSES  TO  ACUTE  STRESS  IN  TRIPLOID 
RAIN  BOW  TROUT  AND  BROOK  TROUT.  M.S.  thesis,  L/niV.  New  Brunswick  (Canada)  '\~\2p.  1993.  From  Masters 
Abstr,  Int.  33{2):487.  1  995.  Order  No.  MAMMB9230.  FR  40(4) 
Oncorhynchus  mykiss  and  Sa/veh'nus  fonlinalis. 

95-007909     Black   Melissa;  Gregory  Bcoton;  Mark  Chandler;  Lcs  Kaufman  and  Paul  A.  Fuersl.  USE  OF 
RANDOMLY  AMPLIFIED  POLYMORPHIC  DNA  (PARD)  TO  STUDY  POPULATION  DIFFERENTIATION  IN  THE 
AFRICAN  CICHLID  FISH  AHATOREOCHROMIS  ALLUAUDI.  Ohio  I.  Sci.  9S(2):1  1  .  1995.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Mol.  Genet.,  Ohio  Slate  Univ.,  Columbus  43210] 

95-007910  Bouvet,  Y.;  M.  Bobin;  ].  L.  Maslin  and  E.  Pattec.  THE  GENETIC  STRUCTURE  OF  ROACH 
POPULATIONS  IN  TWO  CONTRASTED  LARGE  RIVERS.  The  fmporlance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Ecotones  for 
Freshwater  Ftsh-  Results  of  a  Mid-Term  Meeting  of  FLIWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  3  1  -September  2,  J992.  F. 
Scfifemer,  M.  Zalewski,  and  I,  E,  Thorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiologia  303(1-3);229-234.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Lab.  Biol.  Anim.  &  Ecol.,  Univ.  Claude  Bernard  Lyon-1,  43  bd  du  1  1  Novcmbre,  F-69622  Villeurbnnne  Cedex, 
France]  Kutiiustutilus  in  France. 

95-007911  Boyes,  Kirnberly  and  Carol  Stepien.  RELATIONSHIPS  OF  THE  RARE  DEEP  SEA  SHARK 
MEGAMOUTH  TO  OTHER  SHARKS:  DNA  EVIDENCE.  Ohio  I.  Sd.  95(2):1  5,  1  995.  Abslract  only,  FR  40(4) 

[Dap.  Biol.,  Case  West.  Reserve  Univ.,  Cleveland,  OH  44106]  Megachasma  pelagios,  Carcharodon  carchanas, 
Isurus  oxyrinchus,  I.  pauctis,  and  iamna  nasus. 

95-007912  Bugerl,  R.  M.;  C.  W.  Hopley;  C.  A.  Busack  and  G,  W.  Mendel.  MAINTENANCE  OF  STOCK 
INTEGRITY  IN  SNAKE  RIVER  FALL  CHINOOK  SALMON.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic 
ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-1  7 
March  1994.  Harold  LSchrammlr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  267-276.  1995. 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl.,  P,O.  Box  43135,  Olympia,  WA  98501J  Oncorhynchus  tshawytscha  in  Idaho,  Oregon, 
and  Washington. 

95-007913  Bulak,  James;  Jean  Leilner;  Thomas  Hilbish  and  Rex  A.  Dunham.  DISTRIBUTION  OF 
LARCEMOUTH  BASS  GENOTYPES  IN  SOUTH  CAROLINA:  INITIAL  IMPLICATIONS.  Uses  and  Effects  of 
Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in 
Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  jr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc. 
Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  226-235.  1995.  F1J  40(4) 

[Dep,  Nal.  Resour,,  1921  Van  Boklen  Rd.,  Eastover,  SC  29044]  Micropterus  satmoides  (londanus  and  M.  s. 


95-007914  Busack,  Craig  A.  and  Kennelh  P.  Currens.  GENETIC  RISKS  AND  HAZARDS  IN  HATCHERY 
OPERATIONS:  FUNDAMENTAL  CONCEPTS  AND  ISSUES.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic 
Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-J7 
March  1994,  Harold  L.  Schramm  jr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  71-80.  1995. 
FR40(4} 

|Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl,,  600  Capitol  Way  N.,  Olympia,  WA  98501  ] 

95-007915  Bulh,  Donald  G.  and  Thomas  R,  Haglund.  ALLOZYME  VARIATION  IN  THE  CASTEROSTF.US 
ACULEATUS  COMPLEX.  In;  The  Cvo/ulionary  Biology  of  the  Threespine  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Bell  and  Susan  A. 
Foster,  editors,  p.  6  1-84.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

jDep.  Biol,,  Univ.  Calif.,  Los  Angeles  90024-1606] 

95-007916  Buth,  Donald  G.,  coordinator.  AMERICAN  ELASMOBRANCH  SOCIETY  SYMPOSIUM  ON 
ELASMOBRANCH  GENETICS.  PAPERS  FROM  THE  JUNE  1992  SYMPOSIUM.  Cope/a  1995(3):525-576.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review, 

95-00791  7  Chandler,  Mark  D,  and  Carol  A.  Stepien.  POPULATION  GENETICS  OF  THE  RUFFE  EVASION  IN 
THE  GREAT  LAKES:  A  DNA  COMPARISON  WITH  EUROPEAN  POPULATIONS.  Ohio  I.  Sd.  95(2):1  1  .  1  995. 
Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Brol,,  Case  West.  Reserve  Univ.,  Cleveland,  OH  44106]  Gymnocep/ia/us  cernuus. 

95.00791  8  Chang,  Hui-Yun;  Tzu-Kang  Sang;  Kun-Yun  Jan  and  Che-Tsung  Chen.  CELLULAR  DNA  CONTENTS 
AND  CELL  VOLUMES  OF  BATOIDS.  American  Elasmobranch  Society  Symposium  on  Elasmobranch  Genetics. 
Papers  from  the  tune  }  992  Symposium.  Donald  G.  Buth,  coordinator.  Cope/a  1995(3):571-576.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Insl.  Zool.,  Acad.  Sinica,  Nankang,  Taipei  1  1  5,  Taiwan]  Benlhobetis  moresbyi,  Platyrhina  sinensis,  Ra/a  tengu, 
Dasyalis  afca/ei,  Aelobatus  narinari,  and  data  for  28  other  species. 

95-00791  9     Chase,  Kristen  L.  and  Carol  A.  Stepien.  EVOLUTIONARY  RELATIONSHIPS  OF  BLENNIOID  FISHES: 
AN  ANALYSIS  OF  MITOCHONDRIAL  DNA  SEQUENCES.  Ohio  /.  Sd.  95(2):1  1  .  1  995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Dcp.  Biol,,  Case  West.  Reserve  Univ.,  Cleveland,  OH  44106] 

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95-007920     Coates,  Michael  I.  FISH  FINS  OR  TETRAPOD  LIMBS  -  A  SIMPLE  TWIST  OF  FATE?  Curr 

5(8):844-S48.  1  995.  FR  40(4} 

|Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Coll.  London,  Cower  Si.,  London  WC1E  6BT,  England]  Neoceratocius  forsteri, 
spathula,  Amis  calva,  amd  Danio  rerio. 

95-007921      Coelho,  M.  M.  and  M.  Zalewski.  EVOLUTIONARY  ADAPTATIONS  BY  FISH  TO  ECOTONA1 
COMPLEXITY  IN  SPATIALLY  VARIABLE  LANDSCAPES  -  A  PERSPECTIVE.  Jhe  Importance  of  Aquatic-TenwV 
fcolones  for  Freshwater  fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-lem  Meeting  oFFLIWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  3  }  -Septcmbv 
2,  1992.  F.  Schiemer,  M.  Zalewski,  and/.  L  fhorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiologta  303(1-3);223-228.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep,  Zool.  &  Anlropol.,  Fac.  Cienc,  Bloco  C-2,  3E  Piso,  1  700  Lisboa,  Portugal] 

95-007922  Cutler,  Christopher  P.;  Ian  L.  Sanders;  Neil  Hazon  and  Cordon  Cramb.  PRIMARY  SEQUENCE 
TISSUE  SPECIFICITY  AND  EXPRESSION  OF  THE  Na+,K+-ATPase  al  SUBUNIT  IN  THE  EUROPEAN  EEL 
lANGUILLA  ANGUILLA).  Camp.  Biocrtem.  Physiot.  8  Biochem.  Ma/.  Biol.  1  1  1(4):567-573.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[School  Biol.  &  Med.  Sci.,  Bute  Med.  Bldgs.,  Univ.  St.  Andrews,  St.  Andrews,  KYI  6  9TS  Scotland  teH4j| 
1334-463530;  fax;(44)  1334-463600|  M    J 

95-007923  Oe  La  Pena  Pablos,  Luis  Rolando.  [SURVIVAL  AND  ARTIFICIAL  TRIPLOIDIZATION  OF  EGGS  Of 
THE  BROOK  TROUT  (SALVEUNUS  FON7INALIS):  EVALUATION  OF  THE  VARIABILITY  OF  MATERNAL 
ORIGIN.|M.S.tfi«fcUfliv.Iava/(Can«faJ99p.1994.  In  French.  From  Masters  Abstr  Int  33(3)799  1995  Orclw 
No.  MAMM9  1  40f>.  FR  40(4) 

95-007924  Ogebuadie,  Yurij  Yu.  THE  LAND/INLAND-WATER  ECOTONES  AND  FISH  POPULATION  Of 
LAKE  VALLEY  (WEST  MONGOLIA),  The  importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Ecotones  for  Freshwater  Fish:  Kesuia 
of  a  Mid-Term  Meeting  offLIWE,  Held  in  turn,  Austria,  August  3  ]  -September  2,  1992.  F.  Schiemer,  M.  Zafnwti 
and  I.  £.  TJiorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiohgia  303(1-3):235-245.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Russian  Acad.  Sci  A.N  Sever(zov  Inst,  Evol.  Anlm.  Morphol.  &  Ecor.,  Leninsky,  33,  Moscow  V-71,  1  1  7071 
Russia)  Oreoleuctscus  humihs. 

95-007925     Diaz,  Maril/n;  Cilles  M.  LeCrerc;  Bert  Ely  and  James  S.  Bulak.  THE  DEVELOPMENT  OF  PCR-GASED 

mK^Sn^^^I?^,^?^^^^1^  IN  THE  STRIPED  BASS  SANTEE-COOPER  RIVER 
POPULATI9N,  SOUTH  CAROLINA.  Um  and  tffects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceeding  o! 
the  tntematianat  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  In  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  U-17  March  1994  Harold  L 
Scntamm  Jr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.Symp.  No.  15,  p.  561   1995  FR  40(4) 
[Univ.  S.C.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sciv  Columbia  29208]  Morone  saxaUlis. 

95-007926     Dijkstra,  Lucetle.  DNA:  FJSHY  EVIDENCE?  Water  &Atmos.  3(2);15-17.  1995  FR  40(4) 

[Water  &  Atmos   NIWA  P.O.  Box  0602,  Christchurch,  New  Zealand.  tel:03  348  8987;  fax:03  34JJ  554SJ 
Ca/ax/ar  brevpttml^  C.  mxulatus,  C.  postvecis,  Angela  dieffenbachii,  and  A.  australis  in  New  Zealand. 

and  A-  F'  Yoiingso"-  DISCRIMINATION  OF  THE  NORTHEAST 
'  AMMODYTES  TOBIANUS  AND  GYMNAMMODYKS 


Rvo 

KQUAMAJUS  BY  PROTON  ELECTROPHORESIS.  Fish.  Res.  (Amst.)  23(1,2):1-9.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[SOAFD  Fre5hwaler  Fish.  Lab,,  Faskally,  Pitlochry  PH1  6  5LB,  Scotland] 


C'  T'  Taggart  and  S"  L°chmann.  USE  OF  DNA  MICROS  ATCLLIFE 
IC  CORRELATIONS  BETWEEN  HATCHERY  AND  NATURAL  FITNESS, 
f  •      (  f(sj!f  «  Aqwte  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  ai>d 

L  1^£  6""ueW  WeW  Mexico,  /2-J7  March  J994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  Jr.  and  Robert  C.  ftyw, 
.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  205-21  1  .  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

UniV"  Ma'~  CenS  Pf°be  Lab"  Halif3X'  NS'  Canada  B3H 


/,  ,'  PHYLOCENY  OF  ELASMOBRANCHi. 

^     f  "  *?  SY™P%«"?  °n  E!as™b™ch  Cenetics.  Papers  From  the  June  1992  Symposium 
i,  cuonftnauf.  Cope/a  1995(1):5Z6-531.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Widl.  &  Fish.  Sd.,  Tex.  A&M  Univ,,  College  Station  77803-22581  5qua/us  acanthlas    Urolouhut 
acensu,  Heiwwtontus  trancisci,  Alopias  wiping  Heplrtnchias  perlo,  and  HySgus  32? 

"  Thomerson  and  D°nald  C.  Taphorn.  CHROMOSOMAL 


11        P 

,  1991.  In  English  wjth  French  surnm.  FR  40[4J 

P.  noignei  and  P.  zonatus. 


F™ 

[Dep.  Anat.&Dev.B,ol.,Dlv.  Basic  Med.  Sc,,(  Royal  Free  Hosp.  School  Med.,  Univ.  London,  London,  England] 


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GENETICS,  VARIATION  STUDIES  AND  HYBRIDIZATION  (Continued) 

95-007932  Faber,  Joseph  E.  and  Carol  A.  Stepien.  GENETIC  POPULATION  STRUCTURE  OF  LAKE  ERIE 
WALLEYE:  EVIDENCE  EROM  SEQUENCING  MITOCHONDRIAL  DNA.  Ohio  I.  Sci.  95{2):11.  1995.  Abstract 
only.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.Biol.,  Case  West.  Reserve  Univ.,  Cleveland,  OH  44106]  Stizostedion  vitreutn. 

95-007933     Foresti,  E.;  L.  F.  Almeida  Toledo  and  S.  A.  Toledo  F.  POLYMORPHIC  NATURE  OF  NUCLEOLUS 
ORGANIZER  REGIONS  IN  FISHES.  Cvlogenei.  Cell  Genet.  31(3):137-144.  1981.  FR  40(4) 
Gymrtolus  carapo,  Apteronotus  albifrons,  Sternopygus  macrurus,  and  Eigenmannia  virescens. 

95-007934     Fosler,  Susan  A.  and  Michael  A.  Bell.  EVOLUTIONARY  INFERENCE:  THE  VALUE  OF  VIEWING 
EVOLUTION  THROUGH  STICKLEBACK-TINTED  CLASSES.  In:  The  Evolutionary  Biology  of  the  Jhreespine 
Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Bell  and  Susan  A.  Foster,  editors,  p.  472-486.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
(Dep.  Biot,  Sci.,  Univ.  Arkansas,  Fayelteville  72701]  Casterosleus  aculealus. 

95-007935  Gaida,  Ingo  H.  EVOLUTIONARY  ASPECTS  OF  GENE  EXPRESSION  IN  THE  PACIFIC  ANGEL 
SHARK,  SQUA7INA  CALIFORNICA  (SQ  U  ATI  N I  FORMES:  SQUATINIDAE).  American  Elasmobranch  Society 
Symposium  on  Elasmobranch  Cenef/cs.  Papers  From  (fie  June  1992  Symposium,  Dona/d  C.  Bulh,  coordinator. 
Copeia  1995(3}:532-554. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Biot.,  Univ.  Calif.,  Los  Angeles  90024-1606] 

95-007936  Gelwick,  Frances  P.;  Eugene  R.  Gilliland  and  William  ].  Mallliews.  INTROGRESSION  OF  THE 
FLORIDA  LARGEMOUTH  BASS  GENOME  INTO  STREAM  POPULATIONS  OF  NORTHERN  LARGEMOUTH 
BASS  IN  OKLAHOMA.  Trans.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  1 24(4):550-562.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  Wild!.  &  Fish.  Sci.,  Tex.  A&M  Univ.,  College  Slalion  77843-2258]  Microplenis  salmoides  salmoides  and 
M.  s.  iloridanus. 

95-007937  Grober,  Matthew  S.jTami  R.  Myers;  Margaret  A.  Marchaterre;  Andrew  H.  Bass  and  Dean  A,  Myers. 
STRUCTURE,  LOCALIZATION,  AND  MOLECULAR  PHYLOGENY  OF  A  GnRH  cDNA  FROM  A 
PARACANTHOPTERYGIAN  FISH,  THE  PLAINFIN  MIDSHIPMAN  (PORICHTHYS  NOTATUS).  Gen.  Comp. 
frtdocrr/jo/.  99(1  );85-99.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Bass:  Sect.  Neurobiol.  &  Behav,,  Cornell  Univ.,  Mudd  Hall,  Ithaca,  NY  14853] 

95-007938  GueganJ.  F.;  P.  Rab;  A,  Machordom  and  I.  Doadrio.  NEW  EVIDENCE  OF  HEXAPLOIDY  IN  "LARGE1 
AFRICAN  BARBUS  WITH  SOME  CONSIDERATIONS  ON  THE  ORIGIN  OF  HEXAPLOIDY.  /.  Fish  Bio/. 
47(2):192-198.1995.  FR  40(4) 

[ORSTOM,  B.P.165, 97323  Cayenne  cedex,  French  Guiana]  B.  petitjeani,  B.  bynni  occidentals,  and  B.  wuttzi 
in  Guinea. 

95-007939  Cuilherme,  Luiz  Carlos.  [EVIDENCE,  SELECTION  AND  REPRODUCTION  OF  TILAPIA  NILO7ICA 
(OREOCHROMIS  NILO7ICUS)  WITHOUT  DORSAL  AND  ANAL  FIN.]  Gene.  Prat  18(1):123,  1994.  In 
Portuguese  with  English  summ.  FR40(4) 

95-007940     Guyomard,  R.  (THE  MOLECULAR  TOOL  FOR  THE  KNOWLEDGE  AND  MANAGEMENT  OF 
STOCKS:  POTENTIAL  APPLICATIONS  FOR  SALMONIDS-]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions 
Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. 1. 
Mulr  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Pub!.  No.  2 1 ,  p.  31 2.  1 994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 
[Lab.  Genet.  Poissons,  CRJ-INRA,  F-78352  Jouy-en-Josas  cedex,  France] 

95-007941      Hansen,  John;  Jo-Ann  Leong  and  Stephen  Kaatlari.  CLONING  AND  EXPRESSION  ANALYSIS  OF 
RECOMBINATION  ACTIVATING  GENES-1  AND  -2  (RAG-1  AND  RAG-2)  IN  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS. 
international  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Was/iJnglon, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-21.5.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Genet.  Program,  Oreg.  State  Univ.,  Corvallis  9733 1  ] 

95-007942  Hard,  Jeffrey  J.  GENETIC  MONITORING  OF  LIFE-HISTORY  CHARACTERS  IN  SALMON 
SUPPLEMENTATION:  PROBLEMS  AND  OPPORTUNITIES.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic 
Ecosystems:  Proceedings  oflhe  /nternai/ona/  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  1 2-  J  7 
March  1994,  Harold  LSchrammfr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  212-225. 1995. 
FR  40(4) 

INMFS,  Northwest  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  Coastal  Zone  &  Estuarine  Studies  Div.,  2725  Montlake  Blvd.  E.,  Seattle, 
WA  981 1 2] 

95-007943  Harvey,  Paul  H.;  Andrew  J.  Leigh  Brown  and  John  Maynard  Smith,  editors.  NEW  USES  FOR  NEW 
PHYLOGENIES.  PAPERS  FROM  A  DISCUSSION  HELD  7  AND  8  DECEMBER  1994.  Phil.  Trans.  R.  Soc.  tone/. 
Ser.BBiof.  Sci.  349(1327):1-118.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[Dep,  Zool,,  Univ.  Oxford,  South  Parks  Rd.,  Oxford  OX1  3PS,  England]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue 
of  Fisheries  Review. 

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95-007944     Heinig,  Julie  A.;  Fred  W.  Keeley;  Paul  Robson;  Slacia  A.  Sower  and  John  H    Youson  THF 

APPEARANCE  OF  PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN  EARLY   IN  VERTEBRATE  EVOLUTION:  CLONINC 1  AND 


lYouson:  Div.  Life  So.,  Scarborough  Campus,  Univ.  Toronto,  Scarborough,  ON,  Canada  MIC  lAJl 
Petromyzon  marinus.  ""' 

95-007945  Heist  Edward).;  )ohn  E.  Craves  and  John  A.  Musidc.  POPULATION  GENETICS  OF  THE  SANnftAC 
SHARK  (CARCHARH1NU5  PLUMBEUS)  IN  THE  GULF  OF  MEXICO  AND  MID-ATLANTIC  BIGHT  SmSn 
EtasmobraiKh  Society  Symposium  on  flajmobranch  Genetics.  Papers  from  ihelune  1992  Symposium  DonMC 
Bulb,  coordinator.  Cope/a  1  995(3  J:555-562.  1995.  FR  40(4)  *«««»».  LJomni* 

[Graves:  Sen.  Mar.  Sci.,  Insl.  Mai.  Sd,  Coll.  William  &  Mary,  Gloucester  Point,  VA  23062] 

95-007946  Heithaus,  Michael  R.  and  Roger  H.  Laushman.  GENETIC  VARIATION  IN  THREF  SPPrin:  nt 
STREAM  DWELLING  FISHES.  Ohio  I.  Sci.  9S(2):1  1.  1  995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4} 

[Biol.  pep    Oberlin  Coll.,  Oberlin,  OH  44074]  Campostoma  anoma/um  fl/reostoma  bknnloldes,  and  f 


95-007947     Hendry,  Andrew  P.;  FrankE.leonelliandThomasP.Quinn.  SPATIAL  ANDTEMPORAI 
MECHANISMS:  THE  FORMATION  OF  DISCRETE  BREEDING  .AGGREGATIONS  O  COCKEYE 
(ONCORHWCHU5  MRKA).  Qi,.  I.  Zoot.  73(2):339-352.  1995.  In  English  wi.hVrench  summ 
[Fish.  Res.  Insl,  School  Fish.,  WH-10,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seallre  981  95] 

95-007948     Hirono,  Ikuo  and  Takashi  Aoki.  [CHARACTERISTICS  AND  GENETIC  ANALYSIS  OF  FKH 
TRANSFERRIN.I  H*  Patio!.  30|2):167.I74.  1  995.  In  Japanese  wi.h  fnglish  sumin  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Genet  &  Biochem,,  Dep.  Aquat.  Bfosd,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,  Minato-ku,  Tokyo  100,  lamnl 
OncofhyKhuskfsutchJSarmosatarlandOtyziaslatipes.  '     J 

QK2yadaJa.nd  F^°kU,naga'  PHVLOGENETIC  RELATIONSHIPS   AMONG 
P'oceedlnS^f^'tlhln,emational  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  anti 


is,  and 

95-007950     Hollebecq,  M.  G.  [PROBLEMS  POSED  FOR  THE  EVALUATION  OF  THE  GENFTIf  wn»TH  Awt% 
THE  IMPLEMENTATION  OF  SELECTION  PROGRAMS.]  MBa^^^^^yS^^ 

;s^atih^ 

,±  ,  f  r-'      T'f'  fUf-^uacu/t-  Soc'  SP<*-  KM-  No-  21.  P.  315.  1994.  In  French.  FR  40(4) 
[INRA,  Lab,  Genet  Polssons,  F-78532  Jouy-en-Josas  cedex,  France] 

5^I??A,,.Hwang'  Gvu-Un;  Yong-Chul  Lee;  Chung-Soon  Chang  and  Hoi-Kwon  Hue   iMITOCHnwnRIAI 
NA  ANALYSIS  OFTHESMALL  YELLOWCROAKER  (PSEUDOSOAENA  POLYAOK  BLEEKERHN  TH  PvELLQW 

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.  1995.  In  English  with  German  summ.  FR  40(4) 
"  ^  ^  lni'"  Kee'UnB'  Taiwan|  ^  W  ausim/fe  A  terrf*  A  bft*  A 


[Nesna  Coll.,  N-B700  Nesna,  Norway] 


,  Eniwa,  Hokkaido  06H4,  Japan] 


FR  40(4} 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

GENETICS,  VARIATION  STUDIES  AND  HYBRIDIZATION  (Continued) 

95-007956  Leberg,  Paul  L.  and  Robert  C.  Vrijenhoek.  VARIATION  AMONG  DESERTTOPMINNOWS  INTHEIR 
SUSCEPTIBILITY  TO  ATTACK  BY  EXOTIC  PARASITES.  Conserv.  Biol.  8{2):41  9-424.  1  994.  In  English  with  Spanish 
summ,  FR  40(4) 

IVrijenhoek:  Cent.  Theor.  &  Appl.  Genet.  &  Inst.  Mar.  &  Coast,  Sci.,  Rutgers  Univ.,  New  Brunswick,  N)  08903) 
Poedliopsis  monacha  and  P.  lucida. 

95-007957     Liu  Jing.  [STUDIES  ON  THE  KARYOTYPE  OF  PARALICHJHYS  OLIVACEUS  (TEMMINCK  ET 
SCHLECEL).)  Mar.  Sci.  (Qingdao)  1995(2):67-69.  1995.  In  Chinese  wilh  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 
(Inst.  Oceanol.,  Chinese  Acad.  Sci.,  Qingdao  266071,  China] 

95-007956     Liu,  D.;  F.  Xiong  and  C.  L.  Hew.  FUNCTIONAL  ANALYSIS  OF  ESTROGEN-RESPONSIVE  ELEMENTS 

IN  CHINOOK  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  7SHAWY7SCHA)  GONADOTROPIN  lip  SUBUNIT  GENE 
Endocrinology  1  36(8);3486-3493.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Hew:  Dep.  Clin.  Biochem,,  Univ.  Toronto,  100  College  Si.,  Toronto,  ON,  Canada  M5G  U5] 

95-007959  Lydeard,  Charles;  Michael  C.  Wooten  and  Axel  Meyer.  CYTOCHROME  b  SEQUENCE  VARIATION 
AND  A  MOLECULAR  PHYLOGENY  OF  THE  LIVE-BEARING  FISH  GENUS  CAMBUSIA 
(CYPRINODONTIFORMES:  POECILIIDAE).  Can.  j.  Zoo/.  73(2):213-227.  1995.  In  English  with  French  summ 
FR  40(4) 

[Woolen:  Dep,  Zool.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849]  Belonesox  belizanus  and  data  for  24  Cnmbusia 
species. 

95-007960  Magoulas,  A.;  C.  Batargias  and  E.  Zouros.  THE  USE  OF  DNA  MARKERS  FOR  RAPID 
IDENTIFICATION  OF  GENETICALLY  SUPERIOR  PARENTS  IN  MASS-CROSSES  OF  GILTHEAD  SEA  BREAM. 
Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  althe  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
'94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994.  1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacutt.  Soc  Spec  Publ  No 
21.p.3l3-314.l994.FR40(4) 

(Inst.Mar.  Biol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  22  14,  71  003  Iraklio,  Crete,  Greece.  tel:+81  242022;  fax:+81  241882]Spacus 
auralus. 

95-007961  Masuda,  R.;  T.  Kamaishi;  T.  Kobayashi;  K.  Tsuk'amolo  and  K.  Numachi.  MITOCHONDRIAL  DNA 
DIFFERENTIATION  BETWEEN  TWO  SYMPATRIC  MORPHS  OF  STRIPED  )ACK  NEAR  JAPAN.  /.  Fish  Biol. 
46(6):1QD3-1010.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Ocean  Res.  Inst.,  Univ.  Tokyo,  1-15-1,  Minamidai,  Nakanoku,  Toyko  164,  Japan]  Caranx  dentex. 

95-007902  Matsuishi,  Takashi;  Hirohrsa  Kishino  and  Ken-lchi  Numachi.  |A  MODEL  OF  GENE  DISPLACEMENT 
BY  STOCKING  ACTIVITIES.]  Nippon  Su/sart  Nippon  Suisan  Cakkaishi  61(3):326-330.  1995.  In  Japanese  with 
English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ,,  Minato,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan] 

95-007963  McMillan,  W.  Owen  and  Stephen  R.  Palumbi.  CONCORDANT  EVOLUTIONARY  PATTERNS 
AMONG  INDO-WEST  PACIFIC  BUTTERFLYRSHES.  Proc.  R.  Soc.  Land.  B  Biol.  Sci.  260(1358):229-236.  1995, 
FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.  &  Kewalo  Mar.  Lab,,  Univ.  Hawaii,  Honolulu  96822]  Data  for  15  C/iaeioc/on  species. 

95-007964  McPhall,  J.  D.  SPECIATION  AND  THE  EVOLUTION  OF  REPRODUCTIVE  ISOLATION  IN  THE 
STICKLEBACKS  (CASJEROSTEUS)  OF  SOUTH-WESTERN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  In:  The  Evolutionary  Biology  of 
the  Thrcespinc  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Ball  and  Susan  A.  Foster,  editors,  p.  399-437.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Ecol.  Group,  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  British  Columbia,  6270  University  Blvd.,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V6T  124] 
G, 


95-007965  Meyer,  Axel;  Peter  A.  Ritchie  and  Kai-Errk  Witte.  PREDICTING  DEVELOPMENTAL  PROCESSES 
FROM  EVOLUTIONARY  PATFERNS:  A  MOLECULAR  PHYLOGENY  OF  THE  ZEBRAFISH  (DANIO  RERIO)  AND 
ITS  RELATIVES.  New  Uses  (or  New  Phytogenies.  1'apers  From  a  Discussion  Held  7  and  8  December  )  994,  Paul  H, 
Harvey,  Andrew  ).  Leigh  Brown,  and  lohn  Maynard  Smith,  editors.  Phil.  Trans.  R,  Soc.  Lond.  Scr.  B  Biol.  Sci. 
349(I327):103-111.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  Ccol.&Evol.,  SUNY,  Stony  Brook,  NY  1  1794-5245)  Data  for  19  other  species. 

95-007966     Moritz,  Craig.  USES  OF  MOLECULAR  PHYLOGENIES  FOR  CONSERVATION.  New  Uses  for  Now 
Phytogenies.  Papers  From  a  Discussion  Held  7  and  8  December  W94.  Paul  H.  Harvey,  Andrew  /.  Leigh  Brown, 
ami  John  tvtaynatd  Smith,  editors.  Phil.  Trans.  K.  Soc.  Lond.  Ser.  B  Biol.  Sci.  349(1  327):1  13-118.  1995,  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Zool.  &  Cent.  Conserv.  Biol.,  Univ.  Queensland,  St.  Lucia,  Qld.  4072,  Australia] 

95-007967  Murakami,  Hiroki;  Tadakazu  Tamai  and  Sanetaka  Shirahaia,  [IMMORTALIZATION  OF  FISH 
LYMPHOCYTES  AND  FISH  INTERFERON  GENE.]  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):1  75-180.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ. 
FR40(4) 

[Gracl.  Sell,  Genet,  Rcsour.  Tochnol,,  Kyushu  Univ.,  Fukuoka  812,  Japan]  O/icor/iync/ii/s  mykiss. 

FR40(4)  •"  «««- 


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SHR'MPS:  CRUS—  ™*T  PACK  A  PUNCH.  Tra, 

Ciyptocentrus. 


95-007970    Omel'chenko  V  T  •  F  A  <;  i        , 


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95-007980  Rubin,  David  A.  and  Robert  M.  Dores.  OBTAINING  A  MORE  RESOLUTE  TELEOST  GROWTH 
HORMONE  PHYLOGENY  BY  THE  INTRODUCTION  OF  GAPS  IN  SEQUENCE  ALIGNMENT.  Mol.  Phytoeenet 
Eva!.  4(2):1 29-138, 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Denver,  Denver,  CO  80208|  Data  for  26  species. 

95-007981  Sachdev,  S.  C.  MOLECULAR  PHYLOGENETIC  ANALYSIS  OF AM0iOP(./7f5POPULATIONS,  M  S 
thesis,  Univ.  Mo.  (Columbia)  136p.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

A.  aiiommus,  A.  constellatus,  and  A.  rupestris  in  Missouri. 

95-007982  Sakai,  Masahiro.  [MHC  GENES  IN  FISH.]  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):1 59-1 66. 1 995.  In  Japanese  with  English 
summ.  FR  40(4)  P  b 

|Fac,  Agric.,  Miyazaki  Univ.,  1-1  Gakuen  Kibanadai  Nishi,  Miyazaki  889-21,  Japan] 

95-007983     Shelton,  R.  G.  ],  and  A.  D.  F.  Johnstone.  PRELIMINARY  AQUARIUM  OBSERVATIONS  OF  THE 
SCHOOLING  BEHAVIOUR  OF  ATLANTIC  SALMON,  SAIMO  SAIAR  L,  SMOLTS  ON  TRANSFER  TO  SEA 
WATER,  fish.  Res.  (Amsterdam)  24(1  ):73-78.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Freshwater  Fish.  Lab.,  Faskally,  Pitlochry  PHI  6  5LB,  Scotland] 

95-007984  Silverstein,  J.  T.  and  W.  K.  Hershberger.  GENETICS  OF  SIZE  AND  GROWTH  RATE  THROUGH 
S£XUAL  MATURITY  IN  FRESHWATER-REARED  COHO  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  KISU7CH).  T/ieor.  Appl. 
Cenet.  90(5):733-739.  1995.  FR  40(4}  '  ^ 

[Univ.  Wash.,  School  Fish.,  WH-10,  Seattle  98195] 

95-007985  Skulason,  Skuli  and  Thomas  B.  Smith,  RESOURCE  POLYMORPHISMS  IN  VERTEBRATES  Trends 
£col.  tvol.  10(9):366-370.  1995.  FR40(4) 

(Holar  Agrrc.  Coll,,  Holar,  Hjaltadalur,  551  SauSarkrokur,  Iceland]  Dala  for  1 5  species. 

95-00798G  Skurikhina,  L  A.  [RESTRICTION  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  NUCLEAR  DNA  OF  TWO  SPECIES  OF 
WHITEFISHES  OF  THE  PROSOPIUM  GENUS.]  Biohgiya  Mor/a  (Vladivostok}  20(6):447-451.  1994.  In  Russian 
with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Lab.  Molecular  Genet.,  Inst.  Mar,Biol.,  Far  East  Branch,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Vladivostok  690041,  Russia]  P 
cylindraceum  and  P.  coulleri. 

95-007987  Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  CLINICAL  GENETICS.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  58-61 
1993.FR40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vel,  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-0079B8  Syarifuddin,  S.  THE  EFFECT  OF  GROUP  SIZE  ON  FEEDING  COMPETITION  IN  BLUE  GOURAMIS 
(PISCES:  7KICHOGASJLR  7RICHOPTERUS).  M.S.  thesis,  McCil!  Univ.  (Canada)  64p.  1993.  From  Masters  Abstr 
Int.  33(3):820.  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM91 757.  FR  40(4) 

95-007989  Takeuchi,  Hiroaki;  Felipe  Figueroa;  Colm  O'hUigin  and  Jan  Klein.  CLONING  AND 
CHARACTERIZATION  OF  CLASS  I  Mhc  GENES  OF  THE  ZEBRAFISH,  URACHYDANIO  RF.RIO.  Immunogenetics 
42(2):77-B4.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Klein:  Max-Planck-lnst.  Biol.,  Abt.  Immungenel,,  Corrensslr.  42,  D-72076  Tucbingen,  Germany] 

95-007990    TAve,  Douglas.  RESPONSE  TO  SELECTION  AND  REALIZED  HERITABILITY  FOR  LENGTH  IN 
GOLDEN  SHINER,  NO7EMIGONUS  CRYSOLEUCAS.  I.  Appl.  Aquacult,  4<4):55-63.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
[Uranh  Unlrmiled,  1221  W.  35th  St.,  Pine  Bluff,  AR  71603] 

95-007991     Todd,  Thomas  N.  and  Robert  C.  Haas.  GENETIC  CONTRIBUTION  OF  HATCHERY  PISH  TO 
WALLEYE  STOCKS  IN  SAGINAW  BAY,  MICHIGAN.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Pioceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico  ]  2-i  7  March  1994 
Harold  L  Schramm  ](.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  573-574. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Nail,  Biol.  Serv.,  Great  Lakes  Cent,  Ann  Arbor,  Ml  481 05]  Stizostedion  vilreum, 

95-007992  VasiJ'ev,  V.  P.  KARYOLOGICAL  DIVERSITY  AND  TAXONOMIC  HETEROGENEITY  OF  COS/T/5 
TAMIA'  (PISCES,  COBITIDAE).  DoW.  Biol.  Sci.  Vol.  342.  p.  308-31 1.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Severtsov  Inst.  Problems  Ecol.  &  Evol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Leninskii  pr.  33,  Moscow,  1 1 7071  Russia] 

95-007993     Vogler,  Alfried  P.  and  Rob  Desalle.  DIAGNOSING  UNITS  OF  CONSERVATION  MANAGEMENT 
Conserv.  Biol.  B(2):354-365.  1 994.  In  English  wilh  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
JAm.  Mus.  Nat.  Hist.,  Central  Park  West  at  79th  St.,  New  York,  NY  10024) 

95-007994  Wachlel,  Stephen;  Suzanne  Demas;  Terrence  Tiersch;  Peter  Pechan  and  Douglas  Shapiro  Bkm 
SATELLITE  DNA  AND  ZfYIN  THE  CORAL  REEF  FISH  ANTHIAS  SQUAMIPINNIS.  Genome  34(41:61 2-61 7  1 991 
In  FnglishwElh  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

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95-007995    White,  Matthew  M.  and  Scott  Sdiell.  AN  EVALUATION  OF  THE  GENETIC  INTEGRITY  OF  nmn 
RIVER  WALLEYE  AND  SAUCER  STOCKS.  Uses  and  f fibers  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecos ylte^cSi 
of  the  Intema  tional  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-37  March  1 994  Harotrli 
Schramm  lr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  52-60. 1 995.  FR  40(4)         ' 
[Ohio  Univ.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Athens  45701 }  Staostedion  canadense  and  5.  wlreum. 

95-007996    Wu,  Uzhao;  Mark  Chandler;  Les  Kaufman  and  Paul  A.  Fuerst   DEVELOPMENT  OF  wircn 
SATELLITE  MARKERS  IN  THE  AFRICAN  CICHLID  FISH  ASTAJOREOCHROMIS  ALLUAUDI  AND  THE  8  IfS M 
POPULATION  GENETIC  STUDIES.  OW0;5c/.95(2):12.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Mol.  Genet.,  Ohio  Stale  Univ.,  Columbus  432 1 0] 


™™  i?  r7..  V^^tf'A'^^'andTakaji  llda.  NON-SPECIFIC  DEFENSE  ACTIVITIESOFTRIPLOID  RAINDOW 
TROUT,  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):107-1  10.  1995.  In  English  with  Japanese  summ.  FR  40(4) 

fOshino  i  Trout  Hatch.,  YamanasFil  Prefeclural  Fish.  Technol.  Cent,  Oshino,  Yamanashl  401-05  hurt 
OncornYnchus  mykiss,  '  ''T11"! 

95-007998    Yamano,  Keisukeand  Yasuo  Inui.  cDNA  CLONING  OF  THYROID  HORMONE  RECEPTOR  it  mo 
THE  JAPANESE  FLOUNDER,  Gen.  Comp.  Endocrinoi  99(2):  1  97-203.  1  995,  FR  40(4)  P 

[Inland  SUi,,  Nail.  Res.  Inst.  Aquacull.,  Tarnaki,  Mie  5  1  9-04,  Japan]  Paralkhthys  olivaceus. 


Za™V'  S';  M-  Carrillo;  M'  Blazquez:  -I-  Ramos;  F.  Piferrer  and  E.  M.  Donaldson 
,ANP-,ST(ERILEPSEA  T  r,HORMONAL  AND  GENETIC  APPROACHES  Ms  fa, 

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FR40(4)  Mwrandf-  5ew/a,  compilers.  Fur.  AquaculL  Soc.  Spec.  fW  No.  21.  p.  321-322,  1994. 

llnstAcutailt  Tone  Sal  (C.S.I.C.),  12595  Twre  de  la  Sal,  Casiellon,  Spain]  Dtentrarcbus  labrax. 
BEHAVIOR 

[Fish  Behav.  &  Ecol.  Group,  Univ.  Field  Stn.,  Jtowardennan,  Glasgow  G63  OAW,  Scotland] 
95-008001    Andreeva,  L  E.  and  C,  A.  Dvoryanchikov   ANALYSIS  OF  RWhr7  rpwp  PYPorcci™  IK 

ITSKV^05  S^  ^UD  LOACH  ^^5  roS 

INJEaiONS.  Ruu.  f.  Cenef.  (Engl.  Trans/.  Cenetfka)  31  (6):649-655.  1  995  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Mol.  Genet.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,,  Moscow,  123162  Russia) 


[Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Fla,  State  Univ.,  TaFlahassee  32306]  Xiphophorus  pygmaeus. 

c-  "^VOLUTION  OF  AGGRESSIVE  BEHAVIOUR  IN  THE  THREES^* 

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BIAS  FAVOURING 

IRphav   RInl   rm.«   C"L',;ri   r"7-'™'"'''"MMV-3U^':JW-J/S-1995.FR40(4) 

[Behav.  Biol.  Group,  Set,.  Biol.  Sci,  Univ.  Nebr,,  Lincoln  68S08]  X.  maculatus  and  X  variatus. 

AsSoTU?OOiS^  OF  AGGRESSION  IN  THE  CICHLID  HStl 

I  Dep.  Biol.,  Slippery  Rock  Univ,,  Slippery  Rock,  PA  1 6057] 

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95-008008     Brauner,  C. ).;  C.  L.  Ballantyne;  D.  J.  Randall  and  A.  L  Val.  AIR  BREATHING  IN  THE  ARMOURED 
CATFISH  (HOPLOSTERNUM  LITfORALE)  AS  AN  ADAPTATION  TO  HYPOXIC,  ACIDIC,  AND  HYDROGEN 
SULPHIDE  RICH  WATERS.  Can.  /.  Zoo/.  73(4):739-744.  1994.  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 
(Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  British  Columbia,  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V6T  1  Z4| 

95-008009  Brooks,  Robert  and  Neil  Cailhness.  FEMALE  CHOICE  IN  A  FERAL  GUPPY  POPULATION-  ARE 
THERE  MULTIPLE  CUES?  Anim.  Behav.  50(2):301-307.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

|Commun.  Biol,  Res.  Group,  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ,  Witwatersrand,  Private  Bag  3,  WITS  2050,  Johannesburg, 
South  Africa)  Poedlia  reticulate  in  South  Africa. 

95-008010  Burrows,  Michael  T.  and  Robin  N.  Gibson.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  FOOD,  PREDATION  RISK  AND 
ENDOGENOUS  RHYTHMICITY  ON  THE  BEHAVIOUR  OF  IUVENILE  PLAICE,  PIF-URONECTES  PIATESSA  L 
Anim.  Behav.  50(1  ):4l-52.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Dunslaffnage  Mar.  Lab,,  P.O.  Box  3,  Oban,  Argyll  PA34  4AD,  Scotland] 

95-008011  Chivers,  D.  P.  and  R.  ).  F.  Smith.  FREE-LIVING  FATHEAD  MINNOWS  RAPIDLY  LEARN  TO 
RECOGNIZE  PIKE  AS  PREDATORS./.  Fish  Biol.  46(6):949-954.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep,  Biol,  112  Science  PI,,  Univ.  Saskatchewan,  Saskatoon,  SK,  Canada  S7N  5E2]  ft'mepha/esprome/as  and 
fsox/uci'us, 

95-00801 2  Chivers,  Douglas  P.;  Grant  E.  Brown  and  R.  Jan  F.  Smith.  FAMILIARITY  AND  SHOAL  COHESION 
IN  FATHEAD  MINNOWS  (PIMEPHALES  PROMELAS):  IMPLICATIONS  FOR  ANTIPREDATOR  BEHAVIOUR.  Can. 
I  Zoo/.  73(5):955-960.  1995.  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|  Dep,  Biol.,  1 1 2  Science  PI.,  Univ,  Saskatchewan,  Saskatoon,  SK,  Canada  S7N  5E2]  Esox  ludus. 

95-QOB013  Chung,  Kyung  S.  THERMAL  PREFERENCES  IN  SOME  TROPICAL  FISHES  OF  VENEZUELA. 
Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  a(  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
'94,'  Bordeaux,  Trance,  March  23-25,  J994. 1.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacull  Soc.  Spec.  Publ  No. 
21.p,195-196.  1994,  FR  40(4) 

jlnst,  Qceanogr,  Venezuela,  Univ.  Oriente,  Nicleo  Sucre,  Cumaria  6101,  Venezuela]  Ti/api'a  mossambicat 
Petenia  kraussii,  and  Hoplosternum  littorale. 

95-00801 4     Endler,  )ohn  A.  and  Anne  E.  Houde.  GEOGRAPHIC  VARIATION  IN  FEMALE  PREFERENCES  FOR 
MALE  TRAITS  IN  POECILiA  RE7ICULA7A.  Evolution  49(3):456-468.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Univ.  Calif.,  Santa  Barbara  93106.  e-mail:endler@lifesci.ucsb.edu] 

95-OOBG15  Foster,  Susan  A.  EVOLUTION  OF  THE  REPRODUCTIVE  BEHAVIOUR  OF  THREESPINE 
STICKLEBACK.  In:  7he  £vo/u(/'onary  Biology  of  the  Threespine  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Bell  and  Susan  A.  Foster, 
editors,  p.  381-398.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

|Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Arkansas,  Fayettevrlle  72701  \  Casterosteus  aculeatus. 

95-008016  Fraser,  Neil  H.  C.;  Jan  Heggenes;  Neil  B.  Mctcalfe  and  John  E.  Thorpe.  LOW  SUMMER 
TEMPERATURES  CAUSE  JUVENILE  ATLANTIC  SALMON  TO  BECOME  NOCTURNAL  Can.  /.  Zool. 
73(3):44G-451.  1995.  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(Fish  Gehav.  &  Ecol,  Group,  Dep.  Zool,,  Glasgow  Univ.,  Glasgow  G1 2  8QQ,  Scotland]  Sa/mo  sa/ar. 

95-008017  Fuiman,  Lee  A.  and  Anne  E.  Magurran.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  PREDATOR  DEFENCES  IN  FISHES. 
Rev.  Fish  Bioi.  Fish.  4(2):145-1B3.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

(Mar.  Sci,  Inst.,  Univ.  Tex,  Austin,  P.O.  Box  1267,  Port  Aransas  78373] 

95-008018  Gallego,  A.;  M.  R.  Heath  and  R.  J.  Fryer.  PREMATURE  SCHOOLING  OF  LARVAL  HERRING  IN 
THE  PRESENCE  OF  MORE  ADVANCED  CONSPECIFICS.  Anim.  Behav.  50(2):333-341 .  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Scottish  Office  Agric.  &  Fish.  Dep.,  Mar.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  101,  Victoria  Rd.,  Aberdeen  AB9  8DB,  Scotland] 
Ctupes  harengus. 

95-008019     Gerharl,  D.  J.  EMETIC  MARINE  TOXINS:  EFFECTS  ON  LEARNING  AND  MEMORY  IN  FISH. 
Pfoceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-J  J 
August  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physlol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Secl.:61, 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Cato  Res.  Ltd.,  4364  S.  Alston  Ave.,  Durham,  NC  2771 3-2280J 

95-008020  Cartel,  Robert  and  Wlm  E.  Crusio.  ORGANIZATION  OF  MOTOR  AND  POSTURE  PATTERNS  IN 
PARADISE  FISH  (MACROPODUS  OPERCUIARIS):  ENVIRONMENTAL  AND  GENETIC  COMPONENTS  OF 
PH£NOTYPICAL  CORRELATION  STRUCTURES.  Behav.  Genet.  25(4):3B5-396.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Mt.  Slnal  Hosp.,  Samuel  Lunenfeld  Res,  Inst.,  Neurobiol.  Div.,  600  University  Ave.,  Toronto,  ON,  Canada 
M5G  1X5,  fax:41 6-586-8588;  e-mail:gerlai@mshri.on.ca] 

95-008021     GodJn,  J.-G.  J.  PREDATION  RISK  AND  ALTERNATIVE  MATING  TACTICS  IN  MALE  TRINIDADIAN 
GUPPIES  [POECIUA  RETICULArA).  Occologia  (Heldelb.)  103(2):224-229. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.,  Mt.  Allison  Univ.,  Sackville,  NB,  Canada  EOA  3CO.  fax:506-364-2505] 

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imaka™  Ohkanmuri  Highschocl,  4-50-1  .  O^su^o,  Takfltsuki,  Osak3  569  ,apan, 
9S-OOB025     Huntingford,  F.  A;  P  I  WriEhi  flnH  I   F  T-  *n 

BEHAVIOUR  IN  TH«EESPINESTICKLEBAn?  /n  n,    /'  T^^'  ADAPTtVE  VARIATION  IN  ANTIPREDATOR 
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95008031     Kudnh  T  L          ^  '  Aec""dens  Pu>cher  and  Poec/to  /etfcoAiia 

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f^D^3,^T.L^e'    Pf!-;    P-    Pondn;   J.    C     Philinn.r,     ^    r-^      ..     .       . 

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95-008035  Lugli,  Marco;  Gianni  Pavan;  Patrizia  Torricelli  and  Laura  Bobbio.  SPAWNING  VOCALIZATIONS 
I N  MALE  FRESHWATER  GOBIIDS  (PISCES,  GOBIIDAE).  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(3):21 9-23 1 .  1 995.  FR  40(4} 

pip.  Biol.  Fisiol.  Gen.,  Univ.  Sludi  Parma,  Vialle  delle  Scienze,  43100  Parma,  Italy]  Knipowitschia 
punclalissima  and  Padogobius  marlensi. 

95-005036  Marin-Magan,  V.;  V.  Anguis  and  ].  P.  Canavate.  THE  BEHAVIOUR  OF  SOt£A  SENEGALENS1S  IN 
RELATION  TO  THE  NATURE  OF  THE  BOTTOM  AND  LIGHT  LEVEL.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of 
Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994.].  Muir  and  F.,Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  204-205.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
|C.I,C.E.M,  El  Toruno,  Junta  Andaluda,  P.O.  Box  1 6,  1 1 500  Puerto  Santa  Maria,  Cadiz,  Spain] 

95-GOB037  McLennan,  Deborah  A.  MALE  MATE  CHOICE  BASED  UPON  FEMALE  NUPTIAL  COLORATION 
IN  THE  BROOK  STICKLEBACK,  CUIAEA  INCONSJANS  (KIRTLAND).  Anim  Behav.  50(1)-213-221  1995 
FR40(4)  ' 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Toronto,  25  Harbord  Si.,  Toronto,  ON,  Canada  M5S  1A1] 

95-008038  Mikheev,  V.  N.;  F.  A,  Huntingford  and  J.  E.  Thorpe.  BEHAVIOURAL  RESPONSE  OF  JUVENILE 
SALMONIDSTO  SUBSTRATE  COLOURATION.  INTF.LCOL  Manchester  J994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge 
of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  August  1994, 
Manchester,  United  Kingdom.  lohnH.Jallis,  Hazel  I.Norman,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors  p  43  1994  Abstract 
only.  FR  40(4) 

Satrno  salar  and  Satvelinus  atpinus. 

95-008039     Mikheev,  Viktor  N.  and  Dana  Pakulska.  FEEDING  BEHAVIOUR  OF  LARVAE  OF  GOLD  FISH  AND 
BUENOS  AIRES  TETRA  IN   MEDIUM  WITH   PATCHY  FOOD   DISTRIBUTION,  Pol    Arch    Hydmbiol. 
38r,3-4):449-4G1. 1991.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
Carawius  auratus  and  Hemigrammus  caudovittatus. 

95-008040     Mikheyev,  V.  N,  BODY  SIZE  AND  BEHAVIOR  OF  JUVENILE  FISH  IN  TERRITORIAL  AND 
SCHOOLING  INTERACTIONS.  /.  Ichthyol.  3S(2):99-1 1 0.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Insi,  Evol.  Morphol.  &  Ecol.  Anim,,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Moscow,  Russia] 

95-008041     Miklosi,  Adam;  Gabor  Berzsenyi;  Petor  Pongracz  and  Vilmos  Csanyi.  THE  ONTOGENY  OF 
ANTiPREDATOR  BEHAVIOUR   IN   PARADISE  FISH    LARVAE  (MACROPODUS  OPF.RCULARIS)-    THE 
RECOGNITION  OF  EYESPOTS.  Ethology  1 00(4):2B4-294.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
| Dep.  Elhol.,  Eolvos  Univ.,  H-2131,  God,  Javorka  S.  14,  Hungary] 

95-008042  Ochr,  Haruki;  Yasunobu  Yanagisawa  and  Koji  Ornori.  INTRASPECIFIC  BROOD-MIXING  OF  THE 
CICHLID  FISH  PERISSODUS  MICROLEPIS  IN  LAKE  TANGANYIKA.  Environ.  Biol  Fishes  43(2)-201-206  199r. 
FR40(4) 

|Dcp.  Biol.,  Ehime  Univ,,  Matsuyama  790,  Japan) 

9:5-000043  Paspatis,  M,;  M,  Kentouri;  M.  Anlhouard  and  P.  Divanach.  2-CHOICE  DISCRIMINATION  AND 
PREFERENCE  OF  SEA  BASS  DICF.NJRARCHU5 IABRAX  AMONG  9  COLOURS.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts 
of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaailture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March 
23-25,  1994. 1.  Muir  and  F,  Scvila,  compilers,  fur.  Aqintcull.  Soc.  Spec  Publ.  No,  21.  p.  188-190.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
flnsl.  Mar.  Biol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  2214,  71003  Iradion,  Crete,  Greece] 

95-008044     Pavlov,  D.  S.  and  A.  O.  Kasumyan.  A  REVIEW  OF  RUSSIAN  STUDIES  ON  TI-IE  BEHAVIOR  AND 
SENSORY  SYSTEMS  OF  FISHES.  REPORT  3. ;.  Ichthyol.  35(1):  1 24-1 38.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
jBiol.  Fac.,  Moscow  Slate  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia) 

95-008045     Pavlov,  D.  S.  and  A.  O.  Kasumyan.  STUDY  OF  FISH  BEHAVIOR  AND  SENSORY  SYSTEMS  IN 
RUSSIA.  COMMUNICATION  I./.  Ichthyol.  34(9):1-26.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Biol.  Dep.,  Moscow  State  Univ,,  Moscow,  Russia) 

95-003046  Peterscn,  Christopher  W.  REPRODUCTIVE  BEHAVIOR,  EGG  TRADING,  AND  CORREI  ATF.S  OF 
MALE  MATING  SUCCESS  IN  THE  SIMULTANEOUS  HERMAPHRODITE,  SERRANUS  7ABACARIUS  Environ 
Bioi.  Fishes  43(4):351-361.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Coll.  Atlantic,  105  Eden  St.,  Bar  Harbor,  ME  04609] 

05-008047  Phillppart,  J.  C.  and  E.  Baras.  BEHAVIOURAL  ECOLOGY  OF  FISHES  AND  AQUACULTURE. 
Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquacullure 
'94, •  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994. }.  Muir  and  F.  Scvila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc  Spec  Publ  No 
21.  p.  184.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Univ.  Liege,  Lab.  Fish  Demogr.  &  Aquacult,,  1 0  Chemin  Justice,  B-4500  Tihange,  Belgium] 
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95-008048  Poncin,  P.  and  J.  C.  Ruwel.  APPLICATIONS  TO  FRESHWATER  AQUACULTURE  OF  THE 
METHODS  USED  TO  MEASURE  THE  BEHAVIOUR  OF  FISH.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  ConlfibtAtons 
Presented  st  the  International  Conference  'Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994  f. 
Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  £ur.  Aquacult.  5oc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p.  180-181.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Anim.  Elhol.  &  Psycho!.,  Lab.  Fish  Elhol,  22  quai  Van  Beneden,  B-4020  Liege,  Belgium]  Baibus 
Disticbodus,  and  Chrysichthys. 

95-008049    Poutin,  Robert  and  William  L  Vickery.  CLEANING  SYMBIOSIS  AS  AN  EVOLUTIONARY  GAME- 
TO  CHEAT  OR  NOT  TO  CHEAT?  /.  Jheor.  Biot.  )  75(1  ):63-70.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Olago,  P.O.  Box  56,  Dunedin,  New  Zealand] 

95-008050     Pyron,  Mark.  MATING  PATTERNS  AND  A  TEST  FOR  FEMALE  MATE  CHOICE  IN  fTHEOSTOJVM 
SPtCJABILE  (PISCES,  PERCIDAE).  Beftav.  Ecol.  Sociable!.  36(6):407-41  2.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(El  Verde  Field  Sin,,  P.O.  Box  1  690,  LuqullJo,  PR  00773] 

95-008051  Robertson,  D.  Ross.  COMPETITIVE  ABILITY  AND  THE  POTENTIAL  FOR  LOTTERIES  AMONG 
TERRITORIAL  REEF  FISHES.  Oecologla  (Hcidetb.)  103(2):18f>190.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Unil  0948,  APO  AA  34002-0948,  fax:(Panama  -  507)   2280516]  Pomacentrus  dlencaeus  and  P. 
dorsopunicans  in  Panama. 

95-008052     Rogers,  William.  FEMALE  CHOICE  PREDICTS  THE  BEST  FATHER  IN  A  BIPARENTAI  FISH  THE 
MIDAS  OClMiDtCICHLASOMACITRINElLUM).  Ethology  100(3)230-241.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  8iol.,  Winlhrap  Univ.,  Rock  Hill,  SC  29733] 

95-008053  Rowland,  William  ].  PROXIMATE  DETERMINANTS  OF  STICKLEBACK  BEHAVIOUR-  AW 
EVOLUTIONARY  PERSPECTfVE.  In:  The  Evolutionary  Biology  of  the  Ihreespme  Stickleback.  Michael  A  Be'ltanif 
Susan  A.  Foster,  editors,  p.  297-344.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  BioL,  Indiana  Univ.,  Bloomington  47405]  Ca-slerosteus  aculeatus. 

95-000054  Rowland,  William  I;  Kimberly  J.  Bol/ard  and  Alison  D,  Halpern,  THE  DUAL  EFFECT  OF 
STICKLEBACK  NUPTIAL  COLORATION  ON  RIVALS:  MANIPUIATION  OF  A  GRADEDSIGNAL  USING  VIDEO 
PLAYBACK.  Anim.  Behav.  50(1  );267-272.  1995.  FR40(4} 

(Dep-Biol.  &  Cent.  Inlegrative  Study  Anim.  Gehav,,  Indiana  Univ.,  Bloomlngton  47405]  CasterasJeus  aculeatus. 

95-008055  Sakai,  Yofchi  and  Masanori  Kohda.  ANTI-EGG  PREDATOR  BEHAVIORS  OF  THE  SMALL 
ANGELFISH  CENJROPYGE  FERRUCA7US  (POMACANTHJDAE).  Environ.  Biot.  Fishes  43(4):401-405.  1995. 

(Lab.  Anim.  Sociol.,  Fac.  Sc!.,  Osaka  Cily  Univ.,  Sumiyosrii-ku,  Osaka  558,  Japan]  Ambfygfyphidodon  curacao 
in  Japsn. 

95-008056     Sanlos,  R.  S.  ALLOPATERNAL  CARE  IN  THE  REDLIP  BLENNY.  /.  Fish  Biol.  47(2)>350-353    1995 
FR  40(4)  ' 

(Univ.  Acores,  Dep,  Oceanogr.  Pescas,  PT-9900  Horta  (Acores),  Portugal)  Op/itoWenrwus  atlanOcus. 
95-008057    Skorobogatov,M.  A.and  D.S.  Pavtov.  EXPERIMENTALSTUDIES  ON  THE  EFFECT  OF  SUSPENDED 

KoR?5Ei??  BEHAVI°R  °F  R°ACH'  RUmUS  RUTtLUS'  IN  RUNNING  WATER  llMyoL2S(4)™  M2? 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Evol.  Morphol.  &  Ecol.  Atiim.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,,  Moscow,  Russia] 

^°S,8,?5L   SPratl'M-AN3NTRODUCTIONTOAUTOMAT£D  ETHOLOGY  AND  AUTONOMOUS  SYSTEMS 
OR  THE  ETHOLOGY  OF  ETHOLOC.STS.  Measures  for  Success;  Abstracts  of  Contrib^S^^^ 
interns,  onal  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,'  Bordeaux,  France,  March  23-25,  1994,  1.  Muir  and  F  Sevila 
compilers.  Eur.  AquaculL  Soc  Spec.  Pub!.  No.  21  .  p.  1  82-183.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
[Appl,  Evolving  Technol.,  13  rue  Nord,  34000  Monlpollier,  France] 

and  Akin°bu  Nak'12ono-  BATING  SYSTEM  AND  SPAWNING 
,  AT  KACOSHIMA,  JAPAN.  Environ.   Viol,  fhhe, 


[Nat.  Hist.  Mus.  &  Inst.,  Chiba,  Aoba-cho,  Chiba  260,  Japan] 


BEHAVIOUR  OF  FREE-RANGING  CONVICT  CICHLIDS, 
.  Environ.  flto/.Rshej  43(2};121-134  1995  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Saskatchewan,  Saskatoon,  SK,  Canada  S7N  OWO] 

^ 

HYPO™ESIS  'N  A  BIPARENTAL  CICHLID  FISH.  Environ.  Biol. 


[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Saskalchewan,  Saskatoon,  SK,  Canada  S7N  OWO]  Qchtasoma  nlBrofasdatum  in  Costa  Rica, 


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95-OGB090     Lorenzo,  ].  M.  and  J.  C.  Pajuelo.   BIOLOGICAL  PARAMETERS  OF  THE  ROUDI   ESCOLAR 

WOM£rH/CHrWSPROM£TH£US(PISCES:GEMPYLIDAE)OFFTHECANARYISLANDS.f/s/i  Res  (Amsterdam) 
24(1):65-71.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  Las  Palmas  de  Gran  Canada,  Campus  Tafira,  35017  Las  Palmas  de  Gran  Canaria,  Spain 
tel:+34-28-452903;  fax:+34-28-452922] 

95-003091      Norlhcole,  Thomas  G.  COMPARATIVE  BIOLOGY  AND  MANAGEMENT  OF  ARCTIC  AND 
EUROPEAN  GRAYLING  (SALMONIDAE,  7HYMALLUS).  Rev.  Fish  Biol.  Fish,  5(2):141-194   1995  FR  40(4) 

[Elderslrand,  10193  Giant's  Head  Rd.,  RR2  S77B  CIO,  Summerland,  BC,  Canada  VOH  1 20]  T.  arclicus  and 
T.  thymnflus. 

95-OQB092  Osse,  fan  W.  M.  and  Maarten  R.  Drost.  HYDRODYNAMICS  AND  MECHANICS  OF  FISH  LARVAE. 
Development,  Growth  ami  Rearing  of  Fish  Larvae  In  Relation  of  Changing  the  Environmental  Demands:  Based  on 
a  Workshop  at  Vlth  Congress  of  European  Ichthyologists,  Budapest,  Hungary,  15-19  August  1988.  Ian  W.  M.  Osse, 
Fritz  Schiemer,  and  Malgorzaia  Szlaminska,  editors.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  36(4):455-465.  1 989.  In  Enalish  with 
Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 
Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-000093      Ozawa,  Takakazu.   [STUDIES   ON  THE  ONTOGENY  AND   ECOLOGY  OF  OCEANIC 
1CHTHYOPLANKTON.I  Nippon  Su/san  Ga/c/caii/H  61(3):307-310.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 
|Fac,  Fish.,  Kagoshima  Univ.,  Simoarala,  Kagoshimn  890,  Japan] 

95-OOB094     Pellcll,  Thomas  D.  PRELIMINARY  OBSERVATIONS  ON  THE  SPAWNING  AND  EARLY  LIFE 
HISTORY  OF  CHANNEL  CATFISH  FROM  THE  LOWER  WISCONSIN  RIVER  WITH  RECOMMENDATIONS  FOR 
FURTHER  STUDY.  Wis.  Dep.  Nst.  Resour.  Res.  Rep.  No.  166,  36p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Fish.  Res.  Sect.,  Bur.  Res.,  Monona,  Wl]  Ictalurus  punciatus  in  Wisconsin. 

95-008095  Re,  Pedro.  ANCHOVY  SPAWNING  IN  MIRA  ESTUARY  (1985/1992),  Am  Mus  Bocaae 
2p7}:423-454.  1994.  FR  40(4)  In  English  with  Portuguese  summ.  FR  40(4) 

{Lab,  Mar.  Guia,  Dep.  Zool.  &  Antropol.,  Fac.  Cienc.,  Univ.  Lisboa,  Eslracia  do  Cuincho,  2750,  Cascais, 
Portugal]  Engraulis  encrasicolus  in  Portugal. 

95-008096      Reddy,   K.  S.  Reddy  Shekhara.   BIOLOGY  OF  SOME  COMMERCIALLY  IMPORTANT 
LEIOGNATHIDS  FROM  MANGALORE  REGION.  Mysore  I.  Agric.  Sci.  26(2):223.  1 992.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
Leiognaihus  sptendens,  L.  brevimstris,  i.  bindus,  and  Secutor  insidiator  in  India. 

95-000097  Rulifson,  Roger  A,  and  Michael  J.  Dadswell.  LIFE  HISTORY  AND  POPULATION 
CHARACTERISTICS  Of  STRIPED  BASS  IN  ATLANTIC  CANADA.  Trans.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  124(4):477-507  1995 
FR4Q(4)  ' 

[Dep.  Biol.  &  Inst.  Coaslal  &  Mar.  Resour.,  East  Carolina  Univ.,  Greenville,  NC  27858-4353]  Morone  saxatitis. 

95-008090  Severin,  S.  O.  and  Yu.  V.  Aleksandrov.  REPRODUCTION,  DISTRIBUTION,  AND  GROWTH  OF 
YOUNG  OF  PHYTOPHILOUS  FISH  SPECIES  IN  THE  LITTORAL  OF  LAKE  PSKOV.  /.  Ichthyol.  35(1  ):59-71  1 995 
FR40(4)  . 

|Pskov  Div.  State  Res.  Inst.  Lake  &  River  Fish.,  Pskov,  Russia]  Rutilus  rutilus,  Perca  fluvialilis,  Esoxludus,  Abramis 
btama,  and  Blicca  bjoerkna  in  Russia. 

95-008099    Smith,  Lynwood  S.  TAXONOMY  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY  OF  TEMPERATE  FRESHWATER  AND 
ESTUARINE  PISHES,  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  224-227. 1 993.  FR  40(4) 
[School  Fish.,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  981 95]  Data  for  1 9  species. 

95-008100     Smith,  Lynwood  S.  TAXONOMY  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY  OF  SALMONIDS.  In:  Fish  Medicine 
Michael  K,  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  320-322.  1993.  PR  40(4) 
[School  Fish.,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  901 95] 

95-008101     Slalsburg,  Alf.  THE  HAI.P-BANDED  FLAG  CICHLID,  BUIURQUINA  "PEREGRINABUNDA."  Imp. 
Fish  Hobbyist  43(1 1  ):1 34-1 44. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
0.  mo/iorom  in  Ecuador. 

95-008102  Sloskopf,  Michael  K.  TAXONOMY  AND  NATURAL  HISTORY  OF  SHARKS,  SKATES,  AND  RAYS. 
In:  rish  Medicine.  Mchae/  K,  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  738-748. 1 993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-008103  Su,  Wei  Cheng  and  Tsuyoshi  Kawasaki.  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  THE  LIFE  HISTORY  OF  GREY 
MULLET  FROM  TAIWANESE  WATERS.  Fish.  Sri.  61  (3):377-381 .  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

jKaolisiung  Branch,  Taiwan  Fish.  Res.  Inst.,  Kaohslung,  Taiwan  806]  Mug/7  cephslus, 

95-OOfl104  Sultana,  Munawar;  K.  Raman;  P.  M.  Abdul  Kadir;  S.  Srinivasagam  andG.  R.  M.  Rao.  OBSERVATIONS 
ON  THE  BIOLOGY  OF  HEMIRHAMPHUS  CAIMARDI  (CUVIER  AND  VALENCIENNES)  OF  PULICAT  LAKE  /. 
Mar.  Bio!.  Assoc.  India  22(1&2):fl9-109.  1980.  FR  40(4) 

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POPULATION  STUDIES,  PRODUCTION,  RECRUITMENT,  ETC  (Continued) 

95-008119  Shi,  Yunbrng.  RECRUITMENT  OF  JUVENILE  ENGLISH  SOLE,  PLEURONECfES  VE7ULUS  IN 
ESTUARIES  AND  NEARSHORE  AREAS  OFF  WASHINGTON.  Ph.D.  dissertation,  Univ.  Wash,  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-0081 20  Straiten,  Barry  L.  and  Drew  L.  Crawford,  editors,  ABUNDANCE,  ACL  SEX,  AND  SIZE  STATISTICS 
FOR  PACIFIC  SALMON  IN  BRISTOL  BAY,  1992.  Alsk.  Dep.  Fish  Came  Tech.  Fish.  Rep.  No.  94-16.  149p  1994 
FR40(4)  M 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  Commer.  Fish.  Manage.  &  Dev.  Div,,  333  Raspberry  Rd.,  Anchorage,  AK  99518] 
Oncarhynchus  nerka,  O.  kels,  O.  gorbuscha,  O.  kisuich,  and  O.  tshawytscha  in  Alaska. 

95-008121      Thomas,  Chad  D.  SAUCER  RECRUITMENT  IN  TENNESSEE  RIVER  AND  CUMBERLAND  RIVER 
IMPOUNDMENTS.  M.S.  thesis,  7enn.  Techno/.  Univ.  96p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
Sdzostedion  canadense  in  Tennessee. 

95-008122  Ward,  Michael.  THE  PHYSICAL  DYNAMICS  OF  THE  SUBARCTIC  FRONT  OF  THE  NORTH 
PACIFIC  OCEAN  AND  ITS  RELATION  TO  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  SPP.)  PRODUCTION  MS  thesis 
Univ.  Wash.  1 903.  FR  40(4) 

SPAWNING  HABITS  AND  MOVEMENTS,  FECUNDITY,  ETC. 

95-008123  Albnn,  Howard  and  Roger  Thoma,  OBSERVATIONS  ON  THE  SPAWNING  BEHAVIOR  OF  THE 
RIVER  RED  HORSE  (MOXOSTOMA  CARINA7UM)  IN  BIG  DARBY  CREEK,  OHIO,  1994  Ohio  1  Sci  95(2V9 
1 995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4)  '  7^*'"r- 

[5233  Bigecrt  Rd.,  Grove  City,  OH  431 23] 

95-008124  Buynak,  Gerard  L  and  Bill  Mitchell.  SPAWNING  PATTERNS  OF  GIZZARD  SHAD  AT 
TAYLORSVILLE  LAKE,  KENTUCKY./  Tenn.  /lead.  Scl.  69(3-4):73-75.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Resour.,  1  Game  Farm  Rd.,  Frankfort,  KY  40601  ]  Dorosoma  cepedianum. 

95-008125  Chebnnov,  N.  A.  DENSITY-DEPENDENT  BEHAVIORAL  MECHANISMS  IN  PACIFIC  SALMON 
{ONCORHYNCHUS)  DURING  THE  BREEDING  SEASON.  2.  ANALYSIS  OF  FIELD  EXPERIMENTS  WITH  PINK 
SALMON  (O.  GORBUSCHA)  SPAWNERS.  /.  tchlhyot.  34(9):73-B4.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Kamchatka  Div,,  Pac.  Res,  Inst.  Fish,  &  Oceanogr.,  Petropavlovsk-Kamchalskiy,  Russia] 

95-008126     Claramunt  Q.,  Gabriel;  Guslavo  Herrera  U.  and  Pedro  Pizarro  F.  [POTENTIAL  ANNUAL 
PRODUCTION  OF  EGGS  ACCORDING  TO  SIZES  OF  SARDINOPS  SAGAX  (JENYNS   1 842)  IN  NORTHERN 
CHILEJ  Rev.  Biol.  Mar.  29(2):21 1-233.  1994.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4} 
[Dep.  Clenc.  Mar,  Univ.  Arturo  Prat,  Casilla  121,  Iquique,  Chile) 

95-008127     Cole,  K.  S.  and  Y.  Sadovy.  EVALUATING  THE  USE  OF  SPAWNING  SUCCESS  TO  ESTIMATE 
REPRODUCTIVE  SUCCESS  IN  ACARIBBEAN  REEF  FISH./,  Fish  Biol.  47(2):181-191.  1995  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Biol.,  Bishop's  Univ,,  Lennoxville,  PQ,  Canada  Jl M  1 Z7]  Pomacentrus part/tus  in  Puerto  Rico. 

95-008120  De,  D.  K.  and  B.  N.  Saigal.  SPAWNING  OF  HILSA,  TF.NUAIOSA  ILISHA  (HAMILTON)  IN  THE 
HOOGHLY  ESTUARY./.  Inland  Fish.  Sac.  India  21(2):46-48.  1989.  FR  40(4) 

95-008129  Eslay,  Francisco;  Nelson  F.  Diaz;  Roberto  Neira  and  Ximena  Fernandez,  ANALYSIS  OF 
REPRODUCTIVE  PERFORMANCE  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  IN  A  HATCHERY  IN  CHILE.  Prog.  Fish-Cult. 

[Dep,  Ecol.  Sci.,  Fac.  Sci.,  Univ.  Chile,  P.O.  Box  653,  Santiago,  Chile]  Oncor/ivnc/ius  myklss. 

95-008130  Grass,  Alan.  ANNUAL  REPORT-  NOYO  RIVER  EGG  COLLECTING  STATION,  1 993-94  Calif.  Dei; 
Fish  Game  Inland  Fish.  Admin.  Rep.  No.  95-4.  5 p.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Reg.  3,  Inland  Fish,,  Dep.  Fish  &  Came,  1416  Ninth  St.,  Sacramento,  CA  95814]  Oncorftwic/ius  myWsi  and 
O.  ftfswtcft  in  California. 

95-00813 1      Herrera,  Guslavo;  Gabriel  Claramunt  and  Pedro  Pizarro.  [OVARIAN  DYNAMICS  OF  THE  SPANISH 
SARDINE  (SARDINOPS  SACAX)  IN  NORTHERN  CHILE,  PERIOD  APRIL  1 992  -  MARCH  1 993  ANAl  YS1S  BY 
SIZE  STRATUM.I  Rev.  Biol.  Mar.  29(2):147-166.  1994.  In  Spanish  with  EnBlish  summ,  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Cienc.  Mar,  Univ.  Arturo  Prat,  Casilla  121,  iquique,  Chile] 

95-OOB132  Hioki,  Syozo  and  Kalsumi  Suzuki.  [SPAWNING  BEHAVIOR,  EGGS,  AND  LARVAE  OF  THE 
ANGELFISH,  CHAETQDONTOPLUS  MESOLEUCUS,  IN  THE  AQUARIUM.]  /.  Fac.  Mar.  Sci.  Tec/mo/.  Tokal  Univ 
No.  39.  p.  1 95-205. 1 995.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-008133  Ishida,  Yukimasa;  Kazumasa  Ohkuma;  Victor  F.  Bugaev  and  Victor  A.  Tochilin.  REPRODUCTIVE 
CHARACTERISTICS  OF  MATURE  FEMALE  CHUM  SALMON  {ONCORHYNCHUS  KEfA)  IN  THE  PINACHEVA 
RIVER,  KAMCHATKA.  Sci.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  49.  p.  55-59.  1995.  In  English  with  Japanese 
summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Natl.  Res,  Inst.  Far  Seas  Fish,,  Fish.  Agency  Japan,  5-7-1  Orido,  Shimizu,  Shizuoka  424,  Japan] 


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95-000119  Tanaka,  Yoichi.  [REPRODUCTIVE  BEHAVIOR,  EGGS  AND  LARVAL  DEVELOPMENT  OF  THREE 
SPECIES,  THREE  GENUS  OF  THE  CIRRHmDALI/Fac.  Mar.  5c/.Tec/ino/.TofcaiUniV.  No.  39.  p.  173-194.  1995. 
tn  Japanese  wilh  English  summ,  FR  40(4} 

Cintanus  pinnulatus,  Neocirrhiles  armatus,  and  Cyprinodrrhites  polyactis. 

95-008150  Vaillancourl,  Guy;  Antoine  Aubin  and  Yves  Cotntois.  [INFLUENCE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL 
PARAMETERS  ON  NORTHERN  PIKE  (E5OX  LUCIUS)  FECUNDITY  IN  THE  UPPER  ESTUARINE  REACH  OF  THE 
ST.  LAWRENCE  RIVER.]  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiot.  38(1  ):1 15-126,  1991.  In  French.  FR  40(4} 

95-008151  Villavicencio-Garayzar,  Carlos  J.  REPRODUCTIVE  BIOLOGY'OF  THE  BANDED  CUITARFISH, 
ZAP7ERIX  £XASP£RATA  (PISCES:  RHINOBATIDAE},  IN  BAHIA  ALME)AS,  BA1A  CALIFORNIA  SUR,  MEXICO. 
dene.  Mar.  21(2};141-153.  1995.  In  English  and  Spanish.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Mar.,  Univ.  Aulonoma  Baja  California  Sur.,  Apdo.  Postal  1 9  B,  La  Paz,  BCS  2301)0,  Mexico] 

95-008152  Wang,  Jih-terng;  Ming-chin  Liu  and  Lee-shing  Fang.  THE  REPRODUCTIVE  BIOLOGY  OF  AN 
ENDEMIC  CYPRINID,  ZACCO  PACHYCEPHALUS,  IN  TAIWAN.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(2):135-143.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Resour,  Nail.  Sun  Yal-sen  Univ.,  Kaohsiung,  804,  Taiwan] 

95-0081 53  Wang,  S.  B.  and  C.  T.  Chen.  REPRODUCTIVE  BIOLOGY  OF  JAPANESE  BUTTERFISH  PSENOPSIS 
ANOMALA  (STROMATEIDAE)  FROM  COASTAL  WATERS  OF  NORTHEASTERN  TAIWAN,  fish.  Res.  (Amst.) 
23(1,2 ):I27-141. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep,  Mar.  Sci.,  Univ.  S.  Ala.,  Dauphin  Island  Sea  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  369-370,  Dauphin  Island  36528] 

95-0081 54  Whoriskey,  Frederick  G.  and  Gerard  J.  FilzGerald,  ECOLOGY  OF  THE  THREESPINE  STICKLEBACK 
ON  THE  BREEDING  GROUNDS.  In:  The  Evolutionary  Biology  of  the  Thrcespine  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Hell  and 
Susan  A.  Foster,  editors,  p.  1 88-206.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  Renewable  Resour.,  Macdonald  Coll.,  McGill  Univ.,  21,1 1 1  Lakeshore  Rd.,  Ste.  Anne  de  Bellevue,  PQ, 
Canada  H9X  1  CO]  Casterosteus  aculeatus. 

MOVEMENTS,  SEASONAL  AND  DEPTH  DISTRIBUTION,  ETC. 

95-008155  Barlel,  Ryszard  and  Maria  Kosior.  MIGRATIONS  OF  TAGGED  EEL  RELEASED  INTO  THE  LOWER 
VISTULA  AND  TO  THE  GULF  OF  GDANSK.  Pol  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  38(1  }:1 05-1 13.  1991.  In  English  with  Polish 
summ.  FR  40(4} 

95-008156     Bradford,  Rodney  G.  SWARMING  OF  YOLK-SAC  HERRING,  CLUPEA  HARENCUS  L,  LARVAE  AT 
THE  SEA  SURFACE.  Can.  Field-Nat.  10B(4):477-479.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[P.O.  Box  1 9,  Mt.  Uniacke,  NS,  Canada  BON  1 ZO] 

95-008157  Buckley,  A.  A.  OPEN  SEA  FISH  TRACKS:  COD  FITTED  WITH  TRANSPONDING  ACOUSTIC  TAGS. 
fish.  Res.  Data  Rep.  Minist.  Agric.  Fish.  Food  (Lowesto(t)  No.  37.  107p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fish  Slock  Manage.  Div.,  Sect.  3,  Fish.  Lab.,  Lowestoft,  Suffolk  NR33  OHT,  England]  Csdus  morhua  in  the 
North  Sea. 

95-008158  Ciccotti,  E.;  T.  Ricci;  M.  Scardi;  E,  Fresi  and  S.  Calaudclla.  INTRASEASONAL  CHARACTERIZATION 
OF  GLASS  EEL  MIGRATION  IN  THE  RIVER  TIBER:  SPACE  AND  TIME  DYNAMICS.  /.  fish  Biol.  47(2):248-255. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dip.  Biol.,  Lab.  Ecol.  Sper.  &  Acquncolt.,  Univ.  Tor  Vergata,'  via  dclla  Rrcorca  Scientifica,  001 33  Rome,  Italy] 
Anguilla  angtiilla  in  Italy. 

95-000159     Colombini,  I.;  R.  Berli;  A.  Ercolrni;  A.  Noclla  and  L.  Chelazzl.  ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS 
INFLUENCING  THE  ZONATION  AND  ACTIVITY  PATTERNS  OF  A  POPULATION  OF  PERIOPHTHALMUS 
5OBRINUS  EGGERT  IN  A  KENYAN  MANGROVE.  /.  Exp.  Mar.  Biol.  Ecol.  1 90(1  ):1 35-1 49.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dip.  Biol.  Anim.  &  Genet.  "Leo  Pardi,"  Univ.  Sludi  Firenze,  Via  Romjina  1 7,  501 25  Frrenze,  Italy] 

95-0081 60  Downhower,  Jerry  F.;  Pierre  Lejeune;  Philippe  Gaudin  and  Lulher  Brown.  MOVEMENTS  OF  THE 
CHABOT  (CCJrrUS  GOBIO)  IN  A  SMALL  STREAM.  Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to 
River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland, 
23-26  August,  1998.  lohn  Thorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hvc/rooio/.  37(1-2):119-126.  1990.  FR  40(4} 

95-000161  Eckmann,  Reiner.  THE  DISTRIBUTION  OF  COREGONID  LARVAE  (CORECOWLJ5  LAVARFTUS 
AND  C  FERA)  FROM  LAKE  CONSTANCE  IN  A  VERTICAL  TEMPERATURE  GRADIENT.  Development,  Growth 
and  Rearing  of  Fish  Latvae  in  Relation  of  Changing  the  Environmental  Demands:  Based  on  a  Workshop  at  the  Vlth 
Congress  of  European  Ichthyologists,  Budapest,  Hungary,  15-19  August  1988.  Ian  W.  M.  Osse,  Fritz  Schiemer,  and 
Matgorzata  Szfam/nska,  editors.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  36(4):485-494. 1 989.  FR  40(4) 

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'    '   iokkaida  FhhH*ih*    If  IBVJ'°N  IN  THE  COASTAL  WATERS  OF  ERIMO, 
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[HokbidoFish  Hatch,  Kitakashiwagi  3j  Eniwa,  Hokkaido  061-14,  Japan) 

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95-008175     Naito,  Kazuaki  and  Yasuhiro  Ueno.  THE  FIRST  RECOVERY  Or  TAGGED  MASU  SALMON 
(QNCORHYNCHUS  MASOU)  IN  WATERS  OFFSHORE  OF  THE  SEA  OF  OKHOTSK.  So.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Fish 
Hatchery  No,  49.  p.  59-62.  1 995.  In  English  with  Japanese  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Hokkaido  Fish  Hatch.,  Kitalashiwagi  3,  Eniwa,  Hokkaido  061-14,  Japan] 

95-0081 76     Ponwith,  B.  J.  and  W.  H.  NeNl.THE  INFLUENCE  OF  INCUBATION  SALINITY  ON  THE  BUOYANCY 
OF  RED  DRUM  EGGS  AND  YOLK  SAC  LARVAE.  /.  fish  Bio/.  46{6):955-960.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Wild!.  &  Fish.  Sci.,  Tex.  A&M  Univ.,  College  Station  77843-2258]  5c/ac?nops  ocellatus. 

95-008177  Sanchez,  Ramiro  P.;  Alexander  Remeslo;  Adrian  Madirolas  and  Janina  D.  de  Ciechomski. 
DISTRIBUTION  AND  ABUNDANCE  OF  POST-LARVAE  AND  JUVENILES  OF  THE  PATAGONIAN  SPRAT, 
SPfWTTUSfUfCfW5/5,ANDRELATEDHYDROGRAPHIC  CON DITIONS.F/s/i.  Res  fAmsi.)23(1,2}:47-81. 1995. 
FR  40(4) 

[IN1DEP,  P.O.  Box  1 75,  Mar  del  Plata,  Argentina] 

95-0081 76  Savinykh,  V.  F.  [MIGRATIONS  OF  THE  PACIFIC  POMFRET  BRAMA IAPONICA.]  Biolo^iya  Moiya 
(Vladivostok)  20(4):271-277.  1994.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(Pac.  High  Seas  Res.  Lab.,  Pac.  Res.  Inst.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok  690600,  Russia] 

95-0061 79     Svendsen,  Y.  S.  TRACKING  JUVENILE  COD  (GADU5  MORHUA  L)  IN  NORTHERN  NORWAY 
USING  ACOUSTIC  TAGS.  Fish.  Res.  (Amst.)  23(3,4):31 1  -31 8.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Finnmark  Res.  Cent.,  P.O.  Box  476,  n-9601  Hammerfesl,  Norway] 

95-008180  Vdovin,  A.  N.  and  C.  V.  Shvydki.  |BATHYMETRIC  MIGRATIONS  OF  THE  GREENLING 
PLEUROGRAMMUS  AZONUS  IN  PETER  THE  GREAT  BAY  IN  AUTUMN.]  Biohgfya  Moiya  (Vladivostok) 
20(5): 35 1-35 8. 1994.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(Lab.  Sea  Ccosyst,,  Pac.  Res.  Inst.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok  690600,  Russia] 

FOODS/FEEDING 

95-OOB101     Amundsen,  Per-Arne;  Borge  Damsgard;  Arne  Mikal  Arnesen;  Malcolm  lobling  and  Even  H, 
Jorgensen.  EXPERIMENTAL  EVIDENCE  OF  CANNIBALISM  AND  PREY  SPECIALIZATION  IN  ARCTIC  CHARR, 
SALVELINUS  ALPINUS.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(3);285-293. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Norwegian  Coll.  Fish.  Sci.,  Univ.  Tromso,  N-9037  Tromso,  Norway] 

95-0081 82  Anderson,  Todd  W.  and  Brian  D.  Sabado.  CORRESPONDENCE  BETWEEN  FOOD  AVAILABILITY 
AND  GROWTH  OF  A  PLANKTIVOROUS  TEMPERATE  REEF  FISH./.  Exp.  Mar.  Biol.  Ecol.  189(1+2):65-76. 1995. 
FR  40(4] 

[Friday  Harbor  Lab.,  Univ.  Wash.,  620  University  Rd.,  Friday  Harbor,  WA  982501  Brachyistius  frenatus  in 
California. 

95-008183     Armstrong,  Janet  L,;  David  A.  Armstrong  and  Stephen  B.  Mathews.  FOOD  HABITS  OF  ESTUARINE 
STAGHORN  SCULPIN,  tePTOCOTTUS  ARMA7US,  WITH  FOCUS  ON  CONSUMPTION  OF  JUVENILE 
DUNGENESS  CRAB,  CANCER  MAGISJER.  U.S.  Nat/.  Mar.  Fish.  Serv.  Fish.  Bull.  93(3):456-470. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
|5ch.  Fish,,  WH-10,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  98195] 

95-008184  Arndl,  Hansgeorg.  [THE  GREY  HERON  IN  HEAVEN.]  Falke  42(7):210-212.  1995,  In  German. 
FR  40(4) 

[AmTeufelsmoor  3, 23564  Luebeck,  Germany]  Carassius  auratus,  Cyprinuscafpio,  and  St/'zosfed/on  ludopetca 
fn  Germany) 

95-008185  Baker,  Robert  L.  and  Shelley  L.  Ball.  MICROHABITAT  SELECTION  BY  LARVAL  CH1RONOMUS 
TFNMNS  (DIPTERAi  CHIRONOMIDAE):  EFFECTS  OF  PREDATORS,  FOOD,  COVER  AND  LIGHT.  Freshwater 
Bio/.  34(1);101-106.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Erindale  Coll.,  Univ.  Toronto,  Mississauga,  ON,  Canada  1.51  1 C6]  Lepomis  gibbosus. 

95-008186  Balanov,  A.  A.;  K.  M.  Gorbatenko  and  T.  A.  Gorelovn.  DAILY  FEEDING  DYNAMICS  OF 
MESOPELAGIC  FISHES  IN  THE  BERING  SEA  DURING  SUMMER.  /.  tchthyol.  34(9};85-99.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Mar.  Biol.,  Far  East  Div.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Vladivostok,  Russia]  tet/rog/ossus  schmidti,  Stenobrachius 
leucopsaws,  S.  nannochir,  Lipolagus  ocholensis,  Bathylagus  pacificus,  and  Pseudobathytagus  tnilleri. 

95-0081 87  Ball,  S.  L.  and  R.  L  Baker.  THE  NON-LETHAL  EFFECTS  OF  PREDATORS  AND  THE  INFLUENCE  OF 
FOOD  AVAILABILITY  ON  LIFE  HISTORY  OF  ADULT  CHIKONOMUS  7ENTANS  (DIPTERA:  CHIRONOMIDAE). 
freshwater  Bio!.  34(1):1-12. 1995,  FR40(4) 

[Div.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Mo.,  Columbia  6521 1  ]  tepomis  gi'fabosus. 

FR40(4)  87  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FOODS/FEEDING  (Continued) 

95-008188     Ball,  Shelley  Lynne.  PREDATOR-INDUCED  CHANGES  IN  LIFE  HISTORY   OF  ADUIT 
fCHIRONOMLIS  TFNTAN5J  (OIPTERA:  CHIRONOMIDAE):  COSTS  OF  LARVAL  ANTIPREDATOR  BEHAVIOUR 
OR  ADAPTIVE  LIFE  HISTORYSHIFT5?  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Toronto  (Canada)  1  30p.  1  994.  From  Masters  Abslr.  in 
33(3):816.  1995.  Order  No,  MAMM92549.  FR  40{4) 
Lepomh  gibbosus. 

95-008189     Bergeron,  P.  and  F,  Pezold.  TROPHIC  ECOLOGY  AND  FOOD  SELECTIVITY  OF  THE  CREOLE 
DARTER  (fTHEOSTOJWA  COUFTTE/}-  Proc.  La.  Acad.  5d.  Vol.  57.  p,  35.  1  994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(1) 
[Northeast  La.  Univ.,  Monroe  71  201  1 

95-008190  Bisbal,  Gustavo  A.  and  David  A.  Bengtson.  EFFECTS  OF  DELAYED  FEEDING  ON  SU  RViVAL  AND 
GROWTH  OF  SUMMER  FLOUNDER  PARAUCHTHYS  DEN7A7US  LARVAE.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  5er. 
121(1-3):301-306.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Noilhwesl  Power  Planning  Counc.,  Div.  Fish  &  Wildl.,  851  S.W.  Sixth  Ave.,  Suile  1100,  Portland,,  GK. 
97204-1348! 

95-008191  Blackwell,Briana;8rlanR.Murphy  and  Veronica  M.Pitman.SUITABILITY  OF  FOOD  RCSOURCIS 
AND  PHYSICOCHEM1CAL  PARAMETERS  IN  THE  LOWER  TRINITY  RIVER,  TEXAS  FOR  PADDLEFISli  J. 
ftesftwarw  Ecol.  10(2):163-175.  I995.FR40[4) 

[Dep.  Wild).  &  Fish,  Set,  S,D.  Stale  Univ.,  BrooWngs  57007-1  696]  Polyodon  spathula. 

95-008192     Bouchard,  Marie-Chanlal.  [PARTIAL  PARENTAL  CANNIBALISM;   IS  IT  AN    ADAPTIVE 

PHENOMENON?]  MS.  thesis,  Univ.  Laval  (Canada)  50p,  1994,  In  French.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(3):79&. 
1995.  Older  No.  MAMM91538.  FR  40(4) 

95-008193     Brabrand,  A.  INTRA-COHORT  CANNIBALISM  AMONG  LARVAL  STAGES  OF  PERCH  [PfRCA 
FLUVIAmiS).  Ecof  Freshwater  fish  4(2):70-76.  1995.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Freshwater  Ecol.  &  Inland  fish.  Lab.,  Zool,  Mus.,  Uniu,  Oslo,  Sarsgt.  1,  N-0562  Oslo,  Norway] 

95.00&1  94  Budnikova,  L  L.  [AMPHIPODS  IN  THE  DIET  Of  SMOLT  CHUM  SALMON  AND  SOME  OTHER 
FISHES  IN  KALININKABAY,  SOUTHWESTERN  SAKHALIN.]  Biologiya  Morya  (Vladivostok)  20(3):  1  90-1  9b,  1  994. 
In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Lab.  Shelf  Communities,  Insl.  Mar.  Biol.,  Far  East  Branch,  Russian  Acad.,  Sci.,  Vladivostok  690041  ,  Russia] 
Ifopsetla  obscure,  TriboJodon  brandli,  Qsmerus  mordax  dentex,  Salvelinus  leucomaenis,  Gaslerosteus  acale&ui, 
Hypomesusnipponensis,  Oncorhynchus  fceia,  and  f/egmus  graciHs  in  Russia. 

95-008195    Cabrera-Febola,  W.  COMPARISON  BETWEEN  EL  NINO  AND  NON-EL  NINO   PERUVIAN 
PELAGIC  FOOD  WEBS.  INTO.  COL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental  C.twngt. 
Pioceedings  of  the  Vt  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  2]  to  26  August  1994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom 
John  H.  Taltis,  Hazel  f.  Nor/nan,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  1  84.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(-1-) 
Engrau/j's  //ngens,  Sarda  chiliensis,  and  Prionoius. 

95-008196  Crawford,  Robert  ].  M.  and  Bruce  M.  Dyer.  RESPONSES  BY  FOUR  SEABIRD  SPECIES  TO  A 
FLUCTUATING  AVAILABILITY  OF  CAPE  ANCHOVY  ENGRAULIS  CAPENSIS  OFF  SOUTH  AFRICA,  fbb 
137(3):329-339.1994.FR<tO(4) 

[Sea  Fish.  Res.  Inst,  Private  Bag  X2,  Rogge  Bay  801  2,  South  Africa]  Merfucc/us,  Scomfaeresox  saurus,  7>.ic/i  unit 
tracnutus,  and  Sardi'nopj  sagax, 

9S-OOB197  De  NIB,  Henrik.  CHANGES  IN  THE  INLAND  FISH  POPULATIONS  IN  EUROPE  IN  RELATION  TO 
THE  INCREASE  OF  THE  CORMORANT  WMMCROCORA*  CARBO  SINtNSIS.  Special  Issue:  Cormorant, 
Phalacracorsx  caibo.  Mennoban  van  teifcn,  Kees  Koffi/oerg,  Maarten  Plalteeuw,  and  Menno  Ziitslra,  eiiitaii. 
Ardea  83(1):1  1  5-1  22.  1  995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(c/o  Organ.  Improve.  Inland  Fish,,  P.O.  Box  433,  3430  AK  Nieuwegein,  Netherlands]  Data  for  26  species. 


?^"^!?LP5A?antira  and  )ulie  M'  Rves'  THE  DIET  OF  CORKWINC  WRASSE,  CRENILABRUS  MEl.QPS, 
IN  GALWAY  BAY,  IRELAND,  AND  IN  DINARD,  FRANCE./  Mar.  Btal.  Assoc.  U.K.  75(3):635-649.  1  995,  TR  10(1] 
|Dep.  Zoo].,  Martin  Ryan  War.  Sci.  Inst.,  Univ.  Coll.  Gatway,  Galway,  Ireland) 


=e/.  ard  Julie  Ml  Fives'  DlET  OF  BALLAN  WRASSE,  IABRUS  BERGYLTA,  AND  SOMl 

75°3?'65U65  \W5  I^FR  W(S      °*  CORKWING  WRASSE-  CRENIIABRUS  MELOPS.  ).  Mar.  BioL  Assoc.  U.K 
(Dep.  Zool,  Martin  Ryan  Mar,  Sci.  Insl,  Univ.  Coll,  Galway,  Galway,  Ireland] 


nAx.lSS  ROV  and  Robin  M"  Sellers'  STATUS  AND  POPULATION  DEVELOPMENT  OF 
CORMORANTS  WAMCROCORAX  CAR8O  CARfiO  BREEDING  ON  THE  ATLANTIC  COAST  OF  EUROPE. 
Specia/  tonw:  Cormorant  WHbcrocorax  carbo.  Mennoban  van  Ee/den,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarlen  Waiteeow,  and 
M&moZiihtia,  ed,tors.  Ardea83(1}:47-59.  1995.  In  Englishwilh  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4}     ' 
ICroupe  Orraihol  Normand,  Univ.  Caen,  F-14032  Caen  Cedex,  France] 


FR  40(4)  88 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FOODS/FEEDING  (Continued) 

95.008201  Dempsler,  P.;  D.  ].  Baifd  and  M.  C.  M.  Beveridge.  CAN  FISH  SURVIVE  BY  FILTER-FEEDING  ON 
MICROPARTLCLES?  ENERGY  BALANCE  IN  TILAPIA  GRAZING  ON  ALGAL  SUSPENSIONS.  I,  Fish  tool. 
4?(1):7-17.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Saird:  Insl.  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland]  T/'/apia. 

95-003202     Diehl,  Sebastian  and  Peter  Eklov.  EFFECTS  OF  PISCIVORE-MEDIATED  HABITAT  USE  ON 
RESOURCES,  DIET,  AND  GROWTH  OF  PERCH.  Eco/ogy  76(6):1 71 2-1726.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Calif.,  Santa  Barbara  93106-9610]  Perca  fluwatfls  and  Esox/uc/us. 

05.008203  Oilworth-Christine,  Pamela  M.  THE  EFFECT  OF  PISCIVOROUS  FISH  AND  NUTRIENT 
AVAIIABILITY  ON  THE  BIOMASS  AND  COMMUNITY  SIZE  STRUCTURE  OF  PHYTOPLANKTON  AND 
ZOOPLANKTON  IN  29TEMPERATE  LAKES.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Ottawa  (Canada)  1 26p.  1 993,  from  Masters  Abstr. 
Inl.  33(2):472.  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM8965B,  FR  40(4) 

95-008204  dos  Santos,  Jorge  and  Malcolm  Jobllng.  TEST  OF  A  FOOD  CONSUMPTION  MODEL  FOR  THE 
ATLANTIC  COD.  bit  Counc.  Explor.  Sea/.  Mar.  Sci.  52(2);209-219.  1995.  PR  40(4) 

(Norwegian Coll. Fish.  Sci.,  Univ. Tromso,  N-9037  Tromso,  Norway]  Cadus  mornua,  Mallotus  villosus,  Clupea 
narengus,  Sebastes,  Htppoglossoides  platessaides,  Me/anogrammtis  aegfeffnus,  and  Boreogadus  saida. 

95-008205  Dudgeon,  D.  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  PREY  REFUGES  ON  PREDATOR  IMPACTS  IN  A  HONG  KONG 
STREAM.  INTELCOL  Manchester  I  994:  Progress  to  Meet  (fie  Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of 
the  VI  International  Congress  o( Ecology,  21  to  26  August  1 994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom.  lohn  H.  fnllis,  Hazel 
!.  No/man,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  44.  1 994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-OOB206  Duvall,  Catherine  J.  and  D.  Dudley  Williams.  INDIVIDUALITY  IN  THE  GROWTH  OF  STONEFLY 
NYMPHS  IN  RESPONSE  TO  STRESS  FROM  A  PREDATOR.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  1 33(3}:273-2B6.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Life  Sci.,  Scarborough  Campus,  Univ.  Toronto,  1265  Military  Trail,  Scarborough,  ON,  Canada  MIC 
1A4J  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-008207  Fernandes,  Carlos  A.  REPLACEMENTOF  GIZZARD  SHAD  (DOKOSOMA  CEPEDIANUM)  BY  BLUE 
TILAPIA  \7ILAPIA  AUREA)  AS  A  POTENTIAL  BIOMANIPULATION  AGENT  IN  FLORIDA  EUTROPHIC  LAKES. 
Ph.D.  dissertation,  Univ.  Fla.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

05-008208  Forlier,  Louis;  Martin  Forller  and  Serge  Demers.  ZOOPLANKTON  AND  LARVAL  FISH 
COMMUNITY  DEVELOPMENT:  COMPARATIVE  STUDY  UNDER  FIRST-YEAR  SEA  ICE  AT  LOW  AND  HIGH 
LATITUDES  INTHE  NORTHERN  HEMISPHERE.  Proc.  Nat/.  Insl  Polar  Res.  Symp.  Polar  Blot.  No.  0,  p.  11-1 9. 1 995. 
FR40(4)  . 

[G1ROQ,  Dep.  Biol,,  Univ.  Laval,  Ste-Foy,  PQ,  Canada  G1 K  7P4]  Ammodytos,  Lumpenus  sagitta,  and  Theragfa 
ctiatcogramma  in  Canada  and  Boreogadus  saida  in  the  Sea  of  Okhotsk. 

95-008209  Fortier,  Louis;  Dominique  Ponton  and  Michel  Gilbert.  THE  MATCH/MISMATCH  HYPOTHESIS 
AND  THE  FEEDING  SUCCESS  OF  FISH  LARVAE  IN  ICE-COVERED  SOUTHEASTERN  HUDSON  BAY.  Mar.  Ecol. 
Prog.  Ser.  120(1-3):!  1-27. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol,,  Univ.  Laval,  Sle.-Foy,  PQ,  Canada  G1 K  7P4]  Boreogadus  saida  and  Ammodytes. 

95-0082 1 0  Frankiewicz,  Piolr  and  Maciej  Zalewski.  THE  SHIFT  IN  FEEDING  STRATEGY  OF  BROWN  TROUT 
(SALMQ  7RUTTA  M.  FARIO  (L))  INTRODUCED  TO  SUCCESSIVE  STREAM  ORDERS  OF  AN  UPLAND  RIVER. 
Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  So  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  International 
Symposium  on  the  Eco/ogy  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  1980.  lohn  Thorpe,  editor.  Pol. 
Atch.  Hydtobiol.  37(1-2):109-117.  1990,  FR  40(4) 

95-008211  Frankiewicz,  Piotr.  THE  DAILY  FEEDING  PATTERN  OF  STONE  LOACH,  NOEMACHEILUS 
BARBATULUS  (L),  IN  THE  UPLAND  LUBRZANKA  RIVER,  POLAND.  Coarse  Fish  Ecology:  Fourth  International 
Symposium  on  the  Eco/ogy  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Pultusk,  Poland,  23-26  June,  1993,  David  M.  Harper,  editor. 
Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiot.  41(3):269-278.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Appl.  Ecol,,  Univ.  Lodz,  12/16  Banacha  Sir.,  90-237  Lodz,  Poland) 

95-008212  George,  S.  G.  and  J.  C.  Holt.  DIEL  VARIATION  IN  FEEDING  BY  THREE  CENTRARCHID  FISHES 
fROM  CHAUVIN  BAYOU,  LOUISIANA.  Proc,  La.  Acad.  Sci.  Vol.  57.  p.  35.  1 994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Northeast  La.  Univ.,  Monroe  71201]  Lepomis  macrochirus,  Mtcropterus  satmoides,   and  Pomoxis 
/ligromacufalus. 

95*08213  Ghosh,  Apurba;  Amiiabha  Ghosh;  P.  K.  Chakraborti;  A.  K.  Roy  and  G.  N.  Challopa  Hyay.  STUDIES 
ON  FOOD  HABITS  OF  MTES  CALCARIFER  (BL.)  IN  SEWAGE  ENRICHED  POND.  STOCKED  WITH 
ORtOCHKQMIS  MOSSAMBICUS.  I.  Indian  Soc.  Coastal  Agric.  Res.  5(2):445-451.  1987.  FR  40(4) 

FR40(4)  89  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FOODS/FEEDING  (Cont(nued) 


Pomoxfs  mnularis.  P.  nferamacu/alw;  and  Dorosoma  petenemc 

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editors,  p.  207-239.  1  994.  FR  40(4)  '^espme  Stickleback.  Michael  A.  Bell  aitd  Susan  A.  far* 


,    .  .         . 

[Dep.  Zool.  Univ.  leices.er,  University  Rd,  Leicester  LEI  7RH,  England 

^^  PARTITIONING,  DIBS, 

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1  995.  FR  40(-3)  UMNIVOROUS  CRAYFISH.  /.  Worlft  /\m.  Benthol.  Soc.  1  4(2):30t-3H 

|Dep.  Bto^Noriheaa  La.  Univ.,  Monroe  71209]  Mfaoptena  ia,moWes 


SELECTIVITY  Or  ,A 

fed  Prog.  Ser.  120(1-}):1.10.  1995  FR  4QM)  OCEANIC  DOMAIN  OF  THE  BERING  SEA. 

|B.ol.  AnS,al.  Helgoland,  N^keslr,  31,  D-22607  Hamburg,  Germany] 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FOODS/FEEDING  (Continued) 

95-008228     Lewis,  Grant  L.  and  Michael  H.  Lamont.  FALL  DIETARY  PREFERENCES  OF  BLUEGILL,  LF.POMIS 
MACROCHIRUS,  IN  A  CENTRAL  OHIO  FARM  POND.  Ohio  I.  Sci.  95(2):46. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Box  1 175,  Capital  Univ.,  Columbus  OH  43209) 

95-008229     Lundberg,  B.  and  D.  Golani.  DIET  ADAPTATIONS  OF  LESSEPSIAN  MIGRANT  RABBITFISHES, 
SICANUS  LURIDUS  AND  S.  RIVULATUS,  TO  THE  ALGAL  RESOURCES  OF  THE  MEDITERRANEAN  COAST  OF 
ISRAEL.  Mar.  Ecol.  16(1):73-89.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[P.O.  Box  9491,  Jerusalem  91094,  Israel] 

95-008230  Maksimenkov,  V.  V.  and  A.  M.  Tokranov.  FEEDING  HABITS  OF  NINE-SPINED  STICKLEBACK, 
PUNGITIUS  PUNCniUS  (GASTEROSTEIDAE)  IN  THE  ESTUARY  AND  LOWER  BOL'SHAYA  RIVER  (WEST 
KAMCHATKA)./,  tchthyol.  35(2):65-74.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Kamchatka  Res,  Inst.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Kamchatka  Inst.  Ecol.  &  Wildl.  Manage.,  Far  East  Div.,  Russian  Acad. 
Sci.,  Pelropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy,  Russia] 

95-008231     Mann,  Martin  ],  THE  FOOD  HABITS  AND  DIET  OVERLAP  OF  BLACK  CRAPPIE  AND  HYBRID 
STRIPED  BASS  IN  HAMPTON  LAKE,  FLORIDA.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Fla.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Pomoxis  nigromaculatus  and  Morone  saxatilis. 

95-008232  Matena,  ].;  K,  Simek  and  C.  H,  Fernando.  INGESTION  OF  SUSPENDED  BACTERIA  BY  FISH:  A 
MODIFIED  APPROACH.  I.  Fish  Biol.  47(2}:334-336.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Hydrobiol.  Inst.,  Acad,  Sci.  Czech  Rep.,  Na  saclkach  7, 370  05  Ceske  Budejovlce,  Czech  Republic]  Cyptinus 
carpio  and  Ti'/apia  nilotica. 

95-008233     McClanahan,  Timothy  R.  FISH  PREDATORS  AND  SCAVENGERS  OF  THE  SEA  URCHIN 

ECHINOMFJRA  MAJHAEI  IN  KENYAN  CORAL-REEF  MARINE  PARKS.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43{2):1 87-1 93. 1 995. 
FR  40(4) 

JWildl.  Conserv.  Soc,  Coral  Reef  Conserv.  Proj,,  P.O.  Box  99470,  Mombasa,  Kenya)  Balistspus  undulatus, 
Cbeitinus  trilobalus,  and  Lethrinus  mahsena. 

95-008234    McCulloch,  Bruce  Reid.  DISPERSAL  OF  THE  STONECAT  (NO7URUS  FIAVUS)  IN  MANITOBA 
AND  ITS  INTERACTIONS  WITH  RESIDENT  FISH  SPECIES.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Manitoba  (Canada)  123p.  1994. 
From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(3):842. 1 995.  Order  No.  MAMM92255.  FR  40(4) 
Rhinichthys  cataractae  and  lota  tola. 

95-003235  Morgan,  C.  and  N.  Ringler.  INVERTEBRATE  RESPONSES  TO  A  BENTHIC  PREDATORY  FISH 
(COTTUS  COCM7US).  INTELCOL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  lo  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental  Change. 
Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  August  J994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom. 
John  H.  Tallis,  Hazel  I.  Norman,  and  Richard  A,  Benlon,  editors,  p.  193.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-008236  Muderhwa,  N.  FORAGING  BEHAVIOUR  OF  THE  SCALE-EATER  PERISSODUS  MICROf-EPIS 
(CICHLIDAE)  IN  LAKE  TANGANYIKA,  AFRICA,  INJELCOL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of 
Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  2]to26  August  1 994,  Manchester, 
United  Kingdom.  lohn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel  I.  Norman,  and  Richard  A.  Benlon,  editors,  p.  44.  1 994.  Abslract  only. 
FR  40(4) 

95-008237    Musil,  Pete;  Jirl  Janda  and  Henrlk  De  NIc.  CHANGES  IN  ABUNDANCE  AND  SELECTION  OF 
FORAGING  HABITAT  IN  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  IN  SOUTH  BOHEMIA  (CZECH 
REPUBLIC}.  Spec/a/  Issue;  Cormorant,  Phalacrocorax  carbo.  Mennobart  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten 
Plalteeuw,  and  Menno  Zijlstra,  editors.  Ardea  83(1  ):247-253.  1 995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 
|lnst,  Appl.  Ecol.,  Kostelec  &  Cernymi  lesy,  CS  281  63,  Czech  Republic]  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-008238  Nagasawa,  Kazuya  and  Masahlde  Kaeriyama.  (PREDATION  BY  FISHES  AND  SEABIRDS  ON 
JUVENII-ECHUM  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  KETA)  IN  COASTAL  WATERS  OF  JAPAN:  A  REVIEW.)  Sci.  Rep. 
Hokkaklo  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  49.  p.  41-53. 1 995.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Res.  Inst.  Far  Seas  Fish.,  Fish.  Agency  Japan,  5-7-1  Orido,  Shimizu,  Shlzuoka  424,  Japan]  7ribolodon 
hakonensis,  Pleurogrammus  azonus,  Paralichthys  olivaceus,  and  Oncorhynchus  gorbuscha. 

95-008239  Nagasawa,  Kazuya.  [PREDATOR-PREY  RELATIONSHIP  OF  FISH  AND  BIRDS  OF  COASTAL 
JAPAN.]  [Salmon  Seminar  Abstracts:  38th  Salmon  Seminar,  March  18,  1994.]  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Teen. 
Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  1 64.  p.  63.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 

95-008240  Nakatani,  Toshtkuni.  MONTHLY  CHANGE  IN  FOOD  SIZE  OF  LARVAL  WALLEYE  POLLOCK 
7HERACRA  CHALCOCRAMMA  AT  THE  INITIAL  FEEDING  STAGE  IN  FUNKA  BAY  AND  SURROUNDING 
VICINITY  IN  HOKKAIDO.  Fish,  Sci.  61(3):387-390.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fac,  Fish,,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Mlnalo,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan] 

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Hfcpogtowofete  dub™  in  Japan.  "aKQa«e,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan]  Tftwagra  cfta/rogramm  and 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FOODS/FEEDING  (Continued) 

95-008254  Sdiiemer,  Fritz;  Hubert  Keckeis  and  Josef  Wanzenbock.  FORAGING  IN  CYPRINIDS  DURING 
EARLY  DEVELOPMENT.  Development,  Growth  and  Rearing  of  Fish  Larvae  in  Relation  of  Changing  the 
Environmental  Demands:  Based  on  a  Workshop  at  the  Vlth  Congress  of  European  Ichthyologists,  Budapest, 
Hungary,  15-19  August  1988.  Ian  W.  M.  Osse,  Fritz  Schiemer,  and  Malgorzata  Szlaminska,  editors.  Pol.  Arch. 
Hydrcbiot.  36(4):467-474.  In  English  with  German  summ.  FR  40(4) 
flutf/us  tutitus  and  Albumus  albumus. 

95-008255  Stiarma,  Ramesh  C.  TROPHIC  ECOLOGY  OF  CARRA  COTYM  CO7YM  (GRAY)  FROM  UPLAND 
STREAMS  OF  INDIA,  fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second 
International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  1988.  /ohn  Thorpe, 
editor,  Pof.Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(1-2):127-134.  1990.  FR  40(4} 

95-008256  Shelton,  William  L;  Ashraf  Soliman  and  Shmuel  Rothbard,  EXPERIMENTAL  OBSERVATIONS  ON 
FEEDING  BIOLOGY  OF  BLACK  CARP  (MYLOPHARYNGODON  PICEUS).  Isr.  I.  Aquacult.  Bamidgeh  47(2):59-67. 
1 995.  FR  40(4) 

(Zoo).  Dep.,  Univ.  Okla.,  Norman  73019] 

95-008257     Sun,  Hae-Lip;  Seong-Soo  Kim;  You-Bong  Go;  Ki  Wan  Nam;  Sung  Gyu  Yun;  Yang-Ho  Yoon;  Soo-Gun 
}o  and  Jae-Sang  Hong.  [^l0Po  ACCUMULATION  IN  THE  PELAGIC  COMMUNITY  OF  YONGIL  BAY,  KOREA.[ 
Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  2B(2):2 19-226. 1995.  In  Korean  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 
(Dep.  Oceanogr,.,  Chonnam  Nail.  Univ.,  Kwangju  500-757,  Korea) 

95-008258  Suler,  Werner.  ARE  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  WINTERING  IN  SWITZERLAND 
APPROACHING  CARRYING  CAPACITY?  AN  ANALYSIS  OP  INCREASE  PATTERNS  AND  HABITAT  CHOICE. 
Special  Issue:  Cormorant,  Phalacrocorax  carbo.  Mennobart  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarlen  Platteeuw,  and 
Menoo  Zy/stra,  editors.  Ardea  83(1  ):255-266.  1 995,  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dcp.  Niil,  Conserv,,  Fed.  Inst.  Technol.,  P.O.  Box  8903,  Birnensdorf,  Switzerland]  Perca  fluviatilis  and 
Co/egonus. 

95-008259  Suzuki,  Toshiya;  Kazuya  Nagasawa  and  Masahide  Kaeriyama.  FEEDING  STRATEGY  OP  JUVENILE 
CHUM  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS  KETA)  IN  THE  JAPAN  SEA  OFF  NORTHERN  HONSHU,  JAPAN.  {Salmon 
Seminar  Abstracts:  40th  Salmon  Seminar,  November  14,  1994.}  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido 
Salmon  Hatchery  No.  164.  p.  69-70. 1995.  In  English  and  Japanese,  FR  40(4) 

95-008260    Takatsu,  Tetsuya;  Toshikuni  Nakaiani;  Takashi  Mutch  and  Toyomi  Takahashi.  FEEDING  HABITS 
Of  PACIFIC  COD  LARVAE  AND  JUVENILES  IN  MUTSU  BAY,  JAPAN.  Fish.  Sd.  61  (3):41 5-422.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Minalo,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido  041,  Japan)  Gadus  macrocephalus. 

95-008261  Teixeira,  Rogerio  L.  and  John  A.  Musick.  TROPHIC  ECOLOGY  OF  TWO  CONGENERIC 
PIPEFISHES  (5YNGNATHIDAE)  OF  THE  LOWER  YORK  RIVER,  VIRGINIA.  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(3):295-309. 
1 995.  FR  40(4} 

|Dcp.  Fish.  Sci,,  Va.  Inst.  Mar.  Sci,,  Coll.  William  &  Mary,  Gloucester  Point  23062]  Syngnat/ius  iloridae,  S. 
fuscus,  Ftincfu/us  /leteroc/i'lus,  and  Hippocampus  erectus, 

95-008262  Valdez  Gonzalez,  Arcadio  and  Jesus  Montemayor  Leal.  PREDATION  POTENTIAL  OF  SOME 
AQUATIC  INSECTS  (PANTALA,  COENACRION,  TROPISTERNUS,  NOTONECTA  AND  SICARA)  ON  COMMON 
CARP  FRY.  1.  Appi.  Aquacult.  5(1  ):77-82.  1 995,  FR  40(4) 

jLab.  Acuaculi,,  Fac.  Cienc.  Biol.,  Univ.  Autonoma  Nuevo  Leon,  Apdo.  Postal  438,  San  Nicolas  de  los  Garza, 
N,L,  C.P.  66450,  Mexico)  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-008263     Van  Dobben,  W.  H.  THE  FOOD  OF  THE  CORMORANT  PHAIACROCORAX  CARBO  SINENSIS: 
OLD  AND  NEW  RESEARCH  COMPARED.  Special  Issue:  Cormorant,  Phalacrocorax  carbo.  Mennobart  van  Eerden, 
Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Menno  Zillslra,  editors.  Ardea  83(1  ):1 39-1 42.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dorskampweg  -4,  NL-6704  PB  Wagenlngen,  Netherlands] 

95-008264  van  Eerden,  Mennobart  R.  and  Berend  Voslamber.  MASS  FISHING  BY  CORMORANTS 
PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  SINENSIS  AT  LAKE  IJSSELMEER,  THE  NETHERLANDS:  A  RECENT  AND 
SUCCESSFUL  ADAPTATION  TO  A  TURBID  ENVIRONMENT.  Spec/a/  Issue:  Cormorant,  Phalacrocorax  curbo. 
Mennobart  van  ferden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Menno  Zijlslra,  editors.  Ardea  83(1):199-212. 
1 995.  Jn  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Rijkswaterstaal  Dir.  Flevoland,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-8200  AP  Lelyslad,  Netherlands]  Osmerus  mordax  and 
Cvmnocep/ia/ws  cernuus. 


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FOODS/FEEDING  (Continued) 

95-008265  van  Eerden,  Mennobarl  R,;  Kees  Koffijberg  and  Maarten  Phtteeuw.  RIDING  ON  THE  CREST  OF 
THE  WAVE:  POSSIBILITIES  AND  LIMITATIONS  FOR  A  THRIVING  POPULATION  OF  MIGRATOR 
CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  IN  MAN-DOMINATED  WETLANDS.  Special  Issue:  Carmoti^ 
Pha/acfocorsx  carbo.  Mennobarl  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Menno  ZijSstra  edi!ci 
Ardea  83(1  }:l-9.  1995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Rijkswalerstaat  Dir.  Flevoland,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-3200  AP  Lelystad,  Netherlands] 

95-OOB266  van  Eerden,  Mennobart  R.  and  Jens  Gregersen.  LONG-TERM  CHANGES  IN  THE  NORTHWiS' 
EUROPEAN  POPULATION  OF  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  SINENSIS.  Specially 
Cormorant,  PJfatecrocorax  carfao.  Mennobart  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Merino lifr'n. 
edrtott.  Ardea  83(1);61-79.  1995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR4Q{4) 

(Rijkswaterstaal  Dir.  FEevoland,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-8200  AP  Lelystad,  Netherlands] 

95-008267  van  Eerden,  Mennobart;  Kees  Koffijberg;  Maarten  Platteeuw  and  Menno  Zijlstra,  editors.  SP[CILJ 
ISSUE:  CORMORANT,  FHALACROCORAX  CARBO.  Ardea  83{1}:l-338.  1995.  In  English  with  Dutch  sum 
Available  (paper)  at  HFL50.0Q  ($30.00)  by  transfer  Post.  Giro  Ace.  1 25347,  Nederlandsc  Ornilhol.  Unie,  Dahlis.] 
26,  2343  XH  Oegstgeest,  Netherlands,  FR  40(4) 

[Rijkswalerslaat  Dli.  Hevolantt,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-8200  AP  Lelystad,  Netherlands]  Selected  papers  Inclf  =•- 
in  this  issue  of  fisheries  Review, 

95-008268     Veldkamp,   Ronnie.  DIET  OF  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARSO  SrWfNSIS  Al 
WANNEPERVEEN,  THE  NETHERLANDS,  WITH  SPECIAL  REFERENCE  TO  BREAM  ABRAMIS  BRAMA.  Spttii 
Issue:  Cormorant.  Phalaaocorax  caibo.  Mennabart  van  Eerden,  toes  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Plattceuvv,  arid  \fe :--•: 
Zijktra,  editors.  Ardea  83(1):143-155.  1995.  In  English  wilh  Dutch  summ.  FR40J4) 
[De  Rikking  46,  NL-8332  CC  Sleemvtjk,  Nelhedands]  Data  for  1 2  other  species. 

95-008269  Voslamber,  Berend;  Maarten  Platteeuw  and  Mennobari  R.  van  Eerden.  SOLITARY  FORAGING  is 
SAND  PITS  BY  BREEDING  CORMORANTS  PHAIACROCORAX  CARBO  SINENSIS:  DOES  SPEGALI"; 
KNOWLEDGE  ABOUT  FISHING  SITES  AND  FISH  BEHAVIOUR  PAY  OFF?  Spec/a/  Issue:  Cownwn 
f/ia/acrocorax  carbo.  Mennoban  van  Eerden,  Kees  Koffifberg,  Maarlen  Platteeuw,  and  Menno  Zr/Vs(r,i,  ediyy, 
Ardea  83(1);2 1 3-222.  1 995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Rijkswaterstaat  Dir.  Flevoland,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-8200  AP  Lelystad,  Netherlands] 

95-008270  Warke,  G.  M.  A.  and  K.  R.  Day.  CHANGES  IN  ABUNDANCE  OF  CYPRINID  AND  PERCH)  P*E< 
AFFECT  RATE  OF  PREDATtON  BY  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARBO  CARBO  ON  SALMON  MW»: 

SAMfiSMOLTIN  NORTH ERN  \RtlA.ND.  Special  Issue:  Cormotant,Phalacroco[ax carbo.  MennobaftvanEc/^. 
Kees Kofrijbetg, Maarten Plstteeuw, and MennoZi'ilstra,  editors.  Ardea  03(1  ):1 57-1 66. 1995.  In  English  with  tVJ 
summ,  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.Biol.&Biomed.  Sci,,  Univ.  Ulster,  Coleraine,  Co.  Londonderry  BT52  1SA,  Northern  Ireland)  DsUlj 
18  other  species. 

95-008271     Willson,  Mary  F.  and  Karl  C.  Halupka.  ANADROMOUS  FISH  AS  KEYSTONE   SPCCICS  ft 
VERTEBRATE  COMMUNITIES.  Coniwv.  Bio/.  9(3):489-497.  1995.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  PR  4Q{4) 
(For.  Sci.  Lab,,  2770  Sherwood  Lane,  Jirneau,  AK  99B01  ] 

95-008272  Zander,  C.  Dieter.  [NICHE  OCCUPATION  BY  5  GOBY  SPECIES  (TELEOSTEI,  GOBI  I  DAE)  IN  TK 
BALTIC  SEA  AND  ITS  INTERPRETATION  BY  MEANS  OF  THE  THEORY  OF  P RE-ADAPTATION.]  Z.  Zoo).  5ji 
Evolulionstotsch  32(3):220-234.  1 994.  Jn  German  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|2ool,  lnsi.&Zool.Mus., Univ,  Hamburg,  Hamburg,  Germany] Pomatoschistus  microps, 
Gofa/us  niger,  and  Goblusculus  ftavescens. 

95-008273  Zijlstra,  Menno  and  Mennobart  R.  van  Eerdert.  PELLET  PRODUCTION  AND  THE  USE 
OTOLITHS  IN  DETERMINING  THE  DIET  OF  CORMORANTS  PHALACROCORAX  CARSO  SINENSIS: 
WITH  CAPTIVE  BIRDS.  Spcdaf  Issue:  Cormorant,  Phalacmcorax  carbo.  Mennobart  van  fen/en,  Kees  Koffijbei 
Maarlen  Plaiteeuw,  and  Menno  Zifistra,  editors.  Ardea83{l):1 23-131. 1995.  In  English  wilh  Dutch  summ.  HHCU 
IRijkswaterstaat  Dir.  Flevoland,  P.O,  Box  600,  NL-8200  AP  Lelyslad,  Netherlands]  Cymnocepltalut  cemu.- 
Abramis  brama,  Rmilus  tulilus,  Pe/ca  flwhtills,  and  5tizos(edion  /uc/operca. 

AGE  AND  GROWTH 

!l5™?7t    Amara'  Radlld  atld  Franc°ise  Lagardere.  (SIZE  AND  AGE  ATTFIE  ONSET  OF  METAMORPHOS* 
OF  SOLE  (SOLtA  5OLEA  (L))  IN  THE  GULF  OF  GASCONY.]  Int.  Counc.  fxp/or,  5ea ).  Mar.  Sci. 
In  French  with  English  surnm.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[IFREMER  Cent.  Nantes,  B.P.  1049,  F-44037  Nantes  cedex  01,  France] 


™  rnn.n^Stdf  V^TON !N  GROWTH  AND  AGE  AT  MATURITY  IN  BLUEGILLSUNRSHiGtNEH 
OR  ENVIRONMENTAL  EFFECTS*  L  fish  Bio/.  47(2):237-247.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
IDep,  Zool.,  Brigham  Young  Univ.,  Provo,  UT  84602]  lepomis  macrochirus. 

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ACE  AND  GROWTH  (Continued) 

QS-008276  Bhaaat  M  I  and  Shyam  Sunder.  A  PRELIMINARY  NOTE  ON  LENGTH-WEIGHT  RELATIONSHIP 
AND  RELATIVE  CONDITION  FACTOR  OF  SCHIZOJHORAX  PMQOSTOMUS  (HECKEL)  FROM  ]AMMU 
REGION.  I.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  15(1-2):73-74.  1 983.  FR  40(4) 

95-008277  Bhandari,  B.  S.;  M.  S.  Johal  and  K.  K.  Tandon.  AGE  AND  GROWTH  OF  CYPRINUS  CARPIO  VAR. 
COMMUNIS  LINNAEUS  FROM  GOB1NDSAGAR,  HIMACHAL  PRADESH,  INDIA.  Res.  Bull.  Punjab  Univ.  Sci. 
43(M):15M&8.  1993.  FR40(4} 

|Dep.  Zool.,  Panjab  Univ.,  Chandiearh-160  014,  India] 

95-008278  Blackwell,  Brian  G.;  Michael  L.  Brown  and  Brian  R.  Murphy.  DEVELOPMENT  AND  EVALUATION 
OF  A  STANDARD  WEIGHT  \Ws)  EQUATION  FOR  FRESFIWATER  DRUM.  Prairie  Nat.  27{1):51-61.  1995. 

|Dep.  Wildl.  &  Fish.  Sci.,  S.D.  Slate  Univ.,  Brookings  57007-1 696|  Aplodinotus  grunniens  in  the  United  States. 

95-008279  Bumgarner,  Joseph.  LONG-TERM  TRENDS  IN  THE  GROWTH  OF  SOCKEYE  SALMON 
(ONCORHVNCHUS  NERKA)  FROM  THE  CHICNIK  LAKES,  ALASKA.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Wash.  1993.  FR  -40(4) 

95-008280     Cannizzaro,  L.;  P.  Rizzo;  D.  Lcvi  and  S.  Gancllano.  AGE  DETERMINATION  AND  GROWTH  OF 
SQUAlUSBLAiNVlLLEI(R\SSO,  1826).  Fish.  Res.  (Armt.)  23(1,2):113-125.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[1st.  Tecnol.  Pesca  Pescato,  Cons.  Naz.  Ric.,  Via  Luigi  Vaccara,  61  Mazara  del  Vallo,  Italy] 

05-008281  Chen  Yong  GROWTH  COMPARISON  AND  ANALYSIS  ON  THIRTY-THREE  WHITE  SUCKER, 
CATOSJOMUS  COMMERSONI,  POPULATIONS  IN  ONTARIO  WITH  REFERENCE  TO  ENVIRONMENTAL 
VARIABLES.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Toronto  fCanadaJ266p.  1991.  From  Masters  Abslr.  Int.  33(3):839.  1995.  Order 
No.  MAMM92545.  FR  40(4} 

95-008282     DJCenzo,  Victor ).  and  Phillip  W.  Bettoli,  VERIFICATION  OF  DAILY  RING  DEPOSITION  IN  THE 
OTOUTHS  OF  ACE-0  SPOTTED  BASS.  Trans.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  1 24(4):633-G63.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  AqiiaculL,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849]  Microplerus  punctulaius. 

95-003283  Fechhelm,  Robert  G.;  William  B.  Griffiths;  William ),  Wilson;  Benny  J.  Gallaway  and  James  D.  Bryan. 
INTRA-  AND  INTERSEASONAL  CHANGES  IN  THE  RELATIVE  CONDITION  AND  PROXIMATE  BODY 
COMPOSITION  OF  BROAD  WHITEFISH  FROM  THE  PRUDHOE  BAY  REGION  OF  ALASKA.  Trans.  Am.  Fish. 
Soc.  124(4):50S-519.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[LGL  EcoL  Res.  Assoc.,  Inc.,  1410  Cavitt  St.,  Bryan,  TX  77801]  Coregonus  nasus. 

95-008284  Finley,  Lee.  SPECIES  SIZE  IN  THE  GENUS  SYNODONJIS.  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(1  ):1 30-1 43. 1 995. 
FR  40(4) 

Data  for  119  species, 

95-008285  Geraldes,  Ana  Maria  and  Maria  Joao  Collares-Perelra.  PRELIMINARY  INSIGHT  INTO  AGE  AND 
GROWTH  OF  THE  IBERIAN  CHUB  (LtUCISCUS  PYRENAICUS)  IN  THE  SORRAIA  SYSTEM.  Folia  Zool. 
44(2):159-165.  1995.FR40(4) 

|Dep,  Zool.  &  Antropol,,  Fac.  Gene.,  Univ.  Lisboa,  Blaco  C2,  3  piso,  Carnpo  Grande,  1 700  Lisbon,  Portugal] 

95-008286  Gluyas-Millan,  M.  Georgina  and  Victor  M.  Comez-Munoz.  [LENGTH  AND  AGE  COMPOSITION 
OF  THE  MACKEREL  SCOMBER  1APONICUS  AT  BAHIA  VIZCAINO,  MEXICO.]  Invest.  Mar.  CICIMAR  8(1  ):33-3B. 
1993.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Reg.  Invcstig.  Pesq.  La  Paz,  Inst.  Nac.  Pesca,  Carr.  Pichilingue  km  1  s/n,  La  Paz,  23000  B.C.S.,  Mexico] 

95-008287  Guillory,  Vincent.  INFLUENCE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  FACTORS  ON  GULF  MENHADEN  WEIGHT 
AND  HARVEST  FORECASTS.  Proc.  La.  Acad  Sci,  Vol.  57.  p.  6-12.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep-  Wildl.  &  Fish.,  P.O.  Box  1 89,  Bourg,  LA  70345]  Brevoortia  patronus  in  Louisiana. 

95-GOS288  Guy,  Christopher  S.  and  David  W.  Willis,  GROWTH  OF  CRAPPIES  IN  SOUTH  DAKOTA  WATERS. 
LFfeshwaterEcot.  10(2);15t-161.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Coop.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,  Kans.  Slate  Univ.,  205  Leasure  Hall,  Manhattan  66506)  Pomoxis  nigromaculstus 
and  P.  3nnu!aris. 

95-008289  Maiden,  Norman  M.;  John  A.  Babaluk;  John  L.  Campbell  and  William  ).  Teesdale.  SCANNING 
PROTON  MICROPROBE  ANALYSIS  OF  STRONTIUM  IN  AN  ARCTIC  CHARR,  SALVF.UNUS  ALPINUS, 
OTOLJTH:  IMPLICATIONS  FOR  THE  INTERPRETATION  OF  ANADROMY.  Environ.  Btol.  Fishes  43(4):333-339. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

| Dep.  Geol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Manitoba,  Winnipeg,  MB,  Canada  R3T  2N2] 

95-008290  Ivanov,  O.  A.  and  V.  V.  Lapko.  [SIZE  AND  AGE  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  MESOPELAGIC  FISH 
DtAPHUS  THEM  (MYCTOPHIDAE)  IN  THE  SOUTH-KURIL  REGION.)  Blologiya  Morya  (Vladivostok) 
20(3)197-202.  1994.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|L,ib.  Appl.  BiocenoL,  Pac.  Res.  Insl.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok  690600,  Russia] 

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p  TROUT  MCTROPOMUS  SPP.  JN  TH^ 

e,     omian,  antcatd  A  tfemon,  ed((wi  p.  1  90.  1  994.  Abslract  only.  FR  40(4) 
P.  Jeopart/usand  P.  o/fgocan/ftut  ' 

it.,  Univ.  Wyo,  Lliramio  8207L3  ,  66|  4«,edfan 


iv.,  Shimoarala,  Kagoshima  890,  Japan] 
IN*!.  Env,ron.  R&5.  Ins,.,  Frederiksborgvej  399,  P.O.  Box  358,  DK-4000  RosWIde,  Denmark! 


E  SPEGMENS  AND  MIGRATIONS 

FR40(4)  '''NTHEIWRENTSSEA.y.te/I(ftyo/.35(4):J50.1S2.19 

[Interdep.  Ichthyol.  Comm.,  Moscow,  Russia] 

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/.  ^g«c  Sd.  27(2):t83-185.  1993.  FR  40(4)         '         M  UKE  HUSSAIN  SAGAR'  HYDERABAD,  INDIA.  Mywt 
|B,r  Cov.  Coll.,  Lakdikapul,  Hyderabad-500  004,  India] 

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2S(4):S07-5  10.1  991.  FR  40(4)  INMAB1TING  HASSAINSAGAR,  HYDERABAD.  Mysore  \.    ASric.  Sci 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

ACE  AND  GROWTH  {Continued) 

55-003305     Saxena,  R.  K.  A  TECHNIQUE  OF  PHOTOGRAPHING  GROWTH  BANDS  ON  OPERCULAR 

BONES  FOR  AGEING  MAHSEER,  TOR  TOR  (HAMILTON)./. /n/ancf  fish.  Soc/ndia  13(2):1 10-112. 1981.  PR  40(4) 

95-008306     Sinha    M    LENGTH-WEIGHT  RELATIONSHIP  AND  RELATIVE  CONDITION  FACTOR  OF  THE 
CANINE  CATf  ISH-EEL  PLO7OSUS  CANIUS  HAMILTON. >.  Mar.  Blot.  Assoc.  India  23(1  &2):39-43.  1 9B1 .  FR  40(4) 

95-008307     Slavik.Ondrej  and  Pelr  Rab.  EFFECT  OF  MICROHABITAT  ON  THE  AGE  AND  GROWTH  OFTWO 
STREAM- DWELLING  POPULATIONS  OF  SPINED  LOACH,  COB/7/5  TAENIA.  Folia  Zoo/.  44(2);167-174.  1995. 

FR40(4) 

|Water  Res,  Inst.  T.G.M.,  Podbabska  30,  1 60  00  Praha  6,  Czech  Republic] 

95-008308  Tamazouzt,  L.  and  B.  Capdevllle.  [WEANING  AND  INTERSPECIFIC  VARIABILITY  OF  THE 
GROWTH  OF  JUVENILE  PERCA  FLUWA7IUS  AND  MICROPKRUS  SALMOIDES  IN  A  CONTROLLED 
ENVIRONMENT  ]  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  tne  International  Conference 
•Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France,  Match  23-25,  1 994. 1.  Mulr  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult. 
Sac.  Spec  Pubt.  No.  2 1 .  p.  1 74-1 75.  1994.  In  French.  FR  -10(4) 
|Lab.  Biol.  Appl.,  34  rue  Sainte  Catherine,  54000  Nancy,  France] 

95-003309     Tandon,  K.  K.;  M.  S.  Johal  and  Tarun  Kukreja.  MORPHOMETRY,  AGE  AND  GROWTH  OF  SILVER 
CARP     WPQPHJHALMICmHYS  MOLiTRIX  (VALENCIENNES)   FROM  GOBINDSAGAR,   HIMACHAL 
PRADESH,  INDIA.  Res.  Bull.  fim/ab  Univ.  Sci.  43(1-4):1 17-128.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Zool.,  Panjab  Univ.,  Chandigarh-160  014,  India]] 

95-008310     Tandon,  K.  K.;  M.  S.  Johal  and  Monika  Maliajan.  MORPHOMETRY,  LENGTH-WEIGHT 
RELATIONSHIP  AGE  AND  GROWTH  OF  GUDUSIA  CHAPRA  (HAMILTON,  1822)  FROM  TWO  DIFFERENT 
LOCALITIES  OFRAJASTHAN  STATE,  INDIA,  Res.  Bull.  Pan/ab  Univ.  Sd.  43(1-4):87-104.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep,  Zool,,  Panjab  Univ.,  Chandigarh-160  014,  India] 

95-00831 1  Thurman,  W.  Mark,  AGE  STRUCTURE,  GROWTH,  AND  POPULATION  CHARACTERISTICS  OF 
LARGEMOUTH  BASS  AND  SPOTTED  BASS  IN  DALE  HOLLOW  RESERVOIR,  TENNESSEE,  M.S.  thesis,  Tenn. 
Technoi.  LfrifV.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

Micropierus  punctulalus,  M.  sa/moi'des,  and  M.  dolomieu. 

95-008312  Tokranov,  A.  M,  THE  SIZE  AND  SEX  STRUCTURE  OF  SCULPINS  OF  THE  GENUS  TR/CIOPS 
ICOTTIDAE)  IN  THE  COASTAL  WATERS  OF  KAMCHATKA.  /.  Ichlhyol.  35(4):140-144.  1995.  FR  40(4)  _ 

(Kamchatka  Inst.  Ecol.  &  Utilization  Nat.  Resour.,  Far  Easl.  Div.,  Russian  Acnd.  Sci.,  Pelropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, 
Russia]  I  prngefc  T.  forficatus,  and  T.  scepikus  in  the  northwestern  Pacific  Ocean. 

95-008313     Tserpes,  George  and  Nikolaos  Tsimenides,  DETERMINATION  OF  AGE  AND r  GROWTH  OF 
SWORDFISH  XIPHIAS  CLADIUS  L,  1 758,  IN  THE  EASTERN  MEDITERRANEAN  USING  ANAL-FIN  SPINES,  U.S. 
War/.  Mar.  Fish,  Serv.  fish.  Bull-  93(3):594-602.  1995,  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Mar.  BJol.  Crete,  P.O.  Box  2214,  710  03  Iraklion,  Greece] 

95.008314  van  Rooij,  I.  M.;  ].  H.  Bruggemann;  ].  ],  Videler  and  A.  M.  Breeman.  PLASTIC  GROWTH  OF  THE 
HERBIVOROUS  REEF  FISH  SPARISOMA  VtRIDE:  FIELD  EVIDENCE  FOR  A  TRADE-OFF  BETWEEN  GROWTH 
AND  REPRODUCTION.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser.  122(1-3):93-105.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep,  Mar.  Blol.,  Univ.  Groningen,  P.O.  Box  14,  9750  AA  l-laren,  Netherlands] 

95-0083 1 5  Yuen,  Henry  ],  A  MODEL  TO  PREDICT  PACIFIC  HERRING  AGE  COMPOSITION  'N  EARLY  AND 
LATE  SPAWNING  MIGRATION  IN  KAMISHAK  BAY,  ALASKA.  Alsk.  Fish.  Res.  Bull.  1(1  ):35-54.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  Commer.  Fish.  Manage.  &  Dev.,  333  Raspberry  Rd.,  Anchorage,  AK  99518]  Oupea 
paliasi 

GEOGRAPHICAL  DISTRIBUTION,  FISH  SURVEYS,  ETC.  .,^,n^7i   mor 

95-0083 1 6  Allen,  Gerald  R.  CLIPPERTON;  THE  FORGOTTEN  ISLAND.  Trop.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(1  ):46-71 . 1 995, 
FR  40(4) 

Data  foi  108  species  in  the  eastern  Pacific  Ocean. 

95-008317  Almada,  Vitor  C;  Rui  F.  de  Oliveira;  Emanuel  ].  Goncalves;  Armando  J Almeida  and >  Edunrdo  N. 
Barala,  A  NEW  NORTHERN  LIMIT  FOR  THE  DISTRIBUTION  RANGE  OF  IIPOPHRYSCANEVAE  (PISCES: 
BLENNIIDAE)  IN  THE  ATLANTIC  OCEAN.  Arq.  Mus.  Bocage  2(23):403-408.  1993.  In  English  with  Portuguese 
summ,  FR40{4)  ,  „  „ 

[Goncalvesi  Lab.  Mar.  Guia,  Fac.  Cienc.  Lisboa,  Estrada  do  Guincho,  P-2750  Cascais,  Portugal] 

95-003318    Andriyashev,  A.  P.  and  N,  V.  Chemova.  ANNOTATED  LIST  OF  FISHL1KE  VERTEBRATES  AND  FISH 
OF  THE  ARCTIC  SEAS  AND  ADJACENT  WATERS.  /.  Ichthyol.  35(1  ):81  -1 23.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Zool.  Inst,,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  St.  Petersburg,  Russia]  Data  for  41 5  species. 

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GEOGRAPHICALD]5TRIBUTfON,FISH  SURVEYS,  ETC.  (Continued) 

95-00834&     O'Brien,  Barry  and  Julie  M.  Fives.  ICHTHYOPLANKTON  DISTRIBUTION  AND  ABUNDANCEOfF 

THE  WEST  COAST  OF  IRELAND.  Int.  Counc.  Explor.  Sea  I.  Mar.  5d  52(2):233-245.  1995.  TR  40(4) 

[Fives:  Dep.  Zool.y  Martin  Ryan  Mar.  Sci.  Ins!.,  University  Coll.,  Calway,  Ireland]  Mauroticus  muelteri,  Scomber 
scomfarus,  Micromesistius  pouiassou,  Tmopreri/s  esmarki,  Jraclnirus  trachurus,  and  data  for  67  oilier  specie!, 

95-008347     Orlov,  A.  M.  BRIEF  REVIEW  OF  THE  MARINE  ICHTHYOFAUNA  OF  CAMBODIA  /  fdiifn-nl 
3S(4):81-87.1995.FR40(4)  ' 

(All-Russia  Res.  Insi,  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Moscow,  Russia) 

95-008348     Phleps,  Ronald  P.  and  Ernest  H.  Williams  Jr.  NEW  RECORDS  OF  CARIBBEAN  FISHES  FROM 
ALABAMA.  Caribb.  f.  Sd.  31(1-2):152-154.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacult.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849-541  9]  Data  for  11  species. 

95-008349     Pike,  T.  and  R.  J.  Karssing.  INVESTIGATION  OF  THE  PRESENCE  OF  MALUTl  MINNOW'S 
PSEUDOBARBUSQUA7HLAMRAE,\N  THE  UMKOMOZANA  RIVER.  Lammergeycr  No.  43.  p.  64,  1995  TR  Wti 
[Natal  Parks  Board,  P.O.  Box  662,  Pieteimaritzburg  3200,  South  Africa] 


95-008350     Ponomarenko,  V.  P.  NEW  DATA  ON  THE  ECOLOGY  OF  FISHES  OF  THE  KARA  SEA  /. 
3S(4):145-149.  1995.  FR40(4) 

(Interdep,  Ichthyol.  Cornm.,  Moscow,  Russia]  Dala  for  22  species  in  the  Arctic  Ocean. 

95-008351  Povz,  Mela.  THE  CONSERVATION  STATUS  OF  FRESHWATER  FISHES  OFTHE  MURA  RIVEft  AHD 
ITS  TRIBUTARIES  IN  THE  REPUBLIC  OF  SLOVENIA.  Coarse  Fish  Ecology:  Fourth  International  Symposium  on  fa 
Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Pultusk,  Poland,  23-26  June,  1  993.  David  M.  Harper,  editor  Pol.  Arch  I  MwbW 
41(3}:311-321.1994.  FR40I4)  ' 

jFisli,  Res.  Inst,  Ztpanciceva  9,  61000  Ljubljana,  Slovenia]  Data  for  46  species. 

95-008352  Power,  Geoff.  SALMONID  COMMUNITIES  IN  QUEBEC  AND  LABRADOR;  TEMPERATURE 
RELATIONS  ANDCLIMATE  CHANCE,  fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  RiVer/.tMifjiiudwJ 
Pallerns;  Second  /niernalfona/  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  2  l-2(>  AUJRM, 
19SflJo/)n  Thorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(1-2):13-28.  1990.  FR  40(4) 

95-008353  Shustov,  Yuri  A.  A  REVIEW  OF  STUDIES  OF  HABITAT  CONDITIONS  AND  BEHAVIOUR  OF 
YOUNG  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR  L.)  IN  THE  RIVERS  OF  KARELIA  AND  THE  KOLA  PCNINSUIA. 
fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  /nf<™jiwnJ 
Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  1  988,  lohn  Thorpe,  Lilitat.  M. 
Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(1-2):2942.  1991.  In  English  with  Russian  summ.  FR  40(4) 


rM  V.!?  E"  L'  SokoloV3;  v-  A>  Pegasov;  M.  I.  Shalunovskiy  and  A.  N.  Klslcnov,  1HE 

ICHTHYOFAUNA  OF  THE  MOSCOW  RIVER  WITHIN  THE  BOUNDARIES  OF  THE  CITY  OF  MOSCOW  t 
Ichihypl.  34(9):141-151.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Biol.  Fac.,  Mostow  Slate  Univ,,  Moscow,  Russia]  Data  for  35  species  in  Russia. 


5uh,  Hae-Lip;  Kwang-fae  Park  and  Seong  Sig  Cha.  A  RECORD  OF  THE  YELLOW  CROAKER 
PSEUDOSC1AENA  POLYACHS  IN  THE  EAST  SEA.  Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  27(6):836-838.  1994.  In  Ermllshuilh 
Korean  summ.  FR  40(4)  n 

{Dep.  Oceanogr.,  Chonnam  Nail,  Univ.,  Kwangju  500-757,  Korea] 

^mfc?^'  CHANGES  IN  THE  EXPLOITED  FISH  FAUNA  OF  THE  CONTINENTAL  WATERS 
crta«tKN  tU  ROPE  AND  NORTH  ASIA  DURING  THEQUATERNARY././chtnra/.  35(4):5&m  191^F:K«f4) 
|Biol.  Dep.,  Moscow  Slate  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia]  Data  for  70  species. 

wniAM  ™«!?!\™«rt  W'  ANOMALOUS  DIVERSITY  OF  SOME  SEAG  PASS-ASSOCIATED  FAUNA  IN 
iNuiAN  KivtK  LAOOON,  FLORIDA.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Ht.'hl  in  for! 

'nA%Ii0 "    '          ary    5'16'  J994-  HilaiY  M'  Swain'  et  al-  Coordinators.  Bull.  Mar.  Sd.  57(1  ):7!i-7«,  1M5 
rK  40(4)  *    ' 

(St.  Johns  River  Water  Manage.  Disl.,  P.O.  Box  1429,  Palaika,  FL  321 78] 

ABUNDANCE,  FACTORS  OF;  SURVIVAL  AND  MORTALITY 

SPF?I?S  m^mS ia|iJ;!nTd,?^r?lM'Tremaln'  FISHES  OF  GATOR  CREEK<  IND|AN  RIVE.R  LAGOON; 
SI  :?^?S         ;  rAB  TAT  U^USATION  AND  SEASONAL  ABUNDANCE  PATTERNS.  Btotiiveritf  of 

co^£nr^ 

coordinator  Butt.  Mar.  Set.  57(1):278. 1995.  Abstract  only,  FR  40(4) 

AriiSi  rZnv'S^3/"-^3;  lnsSt22L9  PfosPect  Ave,  Suite  285,  Melbourne  32901 1  Scwenops  ocribHn 
Aws  fete,  Caram  hippos,  (.ep^sosleus  pbiyrnJncw,  and  data  for  20  other  species  in  Florida. 

Prosopium  gemmifet  in  Utah  and  Idaho. 
FR40{4)  im 


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ABUNDANCE,  FACTORS  OF;  SURVIVAL  AND  MORTALITY  (Continued) 

95-OOB360  Chapman,  Frank  A.  and  Stephen  H.  Carr.  IMPLICATIONS  OF  EARLY  LIFE  STAGES  IN  THE 
NATURAL  HISTORY  OF  THE  GULF  OF  MEXICO  STURGEON,  ACIPENSER  OXYRINCHUS  DE  5OJOI.  Environ 
Rial.  Fishes  43(4):407-413.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

jDep.  Fish.  &  Aqual.  Sci.,  Univ.  Fla.,  7922  N.W.  71  St.,  Gainesville  32653] 

95-008361  Lee,  Wade  and  Eric  Bergereen.  LAKE  TROUT  HOOKING  MORTALITY.  Colo.  Div.  Wikll.  Res.  Rev. 
No.  2- p.  48-49.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

Sa/ve/j'nus  namaycush  in  Colorado. 

95-0003&2  Mailhot,  Y.;  R.  Laprise;  R.  Forlin  and  ).  Dodson.  NEW  FACTS  ABOUT  THE  LIFE  CYCLE  OF  THE 
A71ANTIC  TOMCOD  (MICROGADUS  TOMCOD  WALBAUM)  IN  THE  ST.  LAWRENCE  RIVER,  QUEBEC, 
CANADA.  Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second 
International  Symposium  en  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial. Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  1 988.  John  Thorpe, 
editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(1-2};2&3.  1 990.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-008363  Mauchline,  John;  Odd  Aksel  Bergslad;  John  D.  M.  Gordon  and  Torleiv  Brattegard.  THE  FOOD  OF 
JUVENILE  CORWHAENOIDES  RUPESJRtS  CUNNERUS,  1 765  (PISCES,  MACROURIDAE)  IN  THE  SKACERRAK. 
&«fe  79(3>:1&3-164.  1994.FR40(4) 

jScoltisli  Assoc.  Mar.  Sci.,  P.O.  Box  No.  3,  Oban,  Argyll  PA34  4AD,  Scotland] 

95-006364  Mayama,  Hiroshi.  (OVERWINTERING  LIFE  OF  JUVENILE  MASU  SALMON  IN  STREAM.]  Special 
Issue:  Salmon  and  Environment  of  River.  Hiroya  Shimizu,  organizer.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No. 
164.  p.  33-40.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 

[Res.  Div.,  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatch.,    Fish.  Agency  Japan,  2-2  Nakanoshima,  Toyohira-ku  062,  Japan] 
Qncarhynchus  masoo  in  Japan. 

95-008365  Mori,  Seilchl.  SPATIAL  AND  TEMPORAL  VARIATIONS  IN  NESTING  SUCCESS  AND  THE  CAUSES 
OF  NEST  LOSSES  OF  THE  FRESHWATER  THREE-SPINED  STICKLEBACK,  GASJEROSJEUS  ACULEATUS.  Environ. 
Bio!.  Fishes  43(3)r323-328.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.y  Fac,  Sci.,  Kyoto  Univ.,  Sakyo-ku,  Kyoio  606,  Japan]  C.  a.  leiurus,  Caiassius  auratus,  Zacco  platypus, 
Cypiiitus  carpio,  and  CJianna  argus  in  Japan. 

95-000366      Nauwerck,  Arnold.  THE    DANUBIAN    BLEAK,  CHMCALBURNUS  CHALCOIDES  MENJO 
(ACASSIZ},  AND  ITS  FOOD  IN  LAKE  MON  DSEE  (UPPER  AUSTRIA).  Limnologies  25(2):91  -1 03.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|lnst.  Limnol.,  Austrian  Acad.  Sci.,  Mondsee,  Austria] 

95-000367  ProkGS,  Miroslav.  INFLUENCE  OF  DECREASED  WATER  LEVEL  ON  THE  DENSITY  AND 
DISTRIBUTION  OF  YOUNG  PERCH  (PEKCA  FLUVIA1ILIS)  IN  THE  MOSTISTE  RESERVOIR,  CZECH  REPUBLIC. 
Folia  Zoo/.  44(2):  1 37-144.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Insl.  Landscape  Ecol,,  Acad.  Sci.  Chech  Republic,  Kvetna  0,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic] 

95-008368  Ruzldta,  Jamns  Joseph.  A  COMPARISON  OF  THE  TWO  ALTERNATIVE  EARLY  LIFE-HISTORY 
STRATEGIES  OF  THE  ANTARCTIC  FISH:  NO7O7HENIA  CIBBERIFRONS  AND  NOTOJHENIOPS  LARSENl.  M.S. 
thesis,  Univ.  Hawaii  125|>.  1994,  From  Masters  Abslr.  Int.  33(2):4Q1.  1995.  Order  No.  MA135B930.  FR  40(4) 

95-008369  Schlosscr,  Isaac  J.  and  Paul  L.  Angermeier.  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  VARIABILITY, 
RESOURCE  ABUNDANCE,  AND  PREDATION  ON  JUVENILE  CYPRINID  AND  CENTRARCHID  FISHES.  Fish 
Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  International  Symposium 
on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  )  988.  lohn  T/iorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol. 
37(1-2):2&5-284.  1990.  FR  40(4) 

95*00370  TarlinB,  G.  A.;  P.  Ward;  M.  Sheader;  J.  A.  Williams  and  C.  Symon.  DISTRIBUTION  PATTERNS  OF 
MACROZOOPLANKTON  ASSEMBLAGES  IN  THE  SOUTHWEST  ATLANTIC.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser. 
I  20(1 -3):29-40. 1995.  FR  40(4| 

[Oceanogr.  Dep,,  Southampton  Univ.,  Southampton  SO9  5NH,  England] 

95-000371  VandcrKooy,  Steven  Jay,  SURVIVAL  OF  JUVENILE  WALLEYE,  STIZOSTEDION  VITREUM,  IN  A 
RIVERINE  SYSTEM:  TESTOF  THE  SWIMMING  PERFORMANCE  AND  PREY  SIZE  AVAILABILITY  HYPOTHESES. 
M.S.  thesis.  Miss.  State  Univ.  70p.  1994.  From  Masters  Abslr.  Int.  33(2):468.  1995.  Order  No.  MA1359144, 
FR40(4) 

95.000372  Varnell,  Lylc  M.  and  Kirk  J.  Havens.  A  COMPARISON  OF  DIMENSION-ADJUSTED  CATCH  DATA 
METHODS  TOR  ASSESSMENT  OF  FISH  AND  CRAB  ABUNDANCE  IN  INTERTIDAL  SALT  MARSHES.  Estuaries 
1&(2}:319-325.1995,FR40{4) 

[Wellnnds  Program,  Dep.  Resour.  Manage.  &  Policy,  Sch.  Mar.  Sci.,  Insl.  Mar.  Sci.,  Coll.  William  &  Mary, 
Gloucester  Point,  VA  2  3062]  Data  for  six  species  in  Virginia. 

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95-006386     Cislle,  P.  H.  J.  ALCOCK'S  CONGRID  EELS  FROM  THE  "INVESTIGATOR'  COLLECTIONS  IN 

INDIAN  SEAS  1  888-1  894.  Cope/a  1  995(3):706-71  8.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

|Sch,  Bfol.  Sci.,  Victoria  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  600,  Wellington  6000,  New  Zealand]  Data  for  14  species. 

95-008387  Chen,  Jong  P.  and  Kwang  T.  Shao.  NEW  SPECIES  OF  WRASSE,  PSWDOCORIS  OCELLAIUS 
(PISCES:  LABRIDAE),  FROM  TAIWAN.  Cope/a  1995(3):689-693.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Shao:  Inst.  Zool.,  Acad.  Sinica,  Nankang,  Taipei,  Taiwan]  I',  philippina,  P.  yamasbiroi,  I'.  Iwtcmptenm,  ami  /'. 
auratiobsdatus. 

95-008388  Eilner,  Blaise  J.  SY5TEMATICS  OH  THE  GENUS  ALOPIAS  (LAMNIFORMES:  ALOI'IIDAE)  WITH 
EVIDENCE  FOR  THE  EXISTENCE  OF  AN  UNRECOGNIZED  SPECIES.  American  llasmolwnnch  SnclKly 
Symposium  on  Efasmobranch  Genetics.  Papers  From  I/ie  tune  1992  Symposium.  Donald  C.  liiith,  coordinator. 
Cope/a  1995{3):562-57I.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(NMFS,  NCAA,  Southwest  Fish.  Sd.  Cent.,  P.O.  Box  271,  La  Jolla,  CA  9203U-0271I  A.  /«?/;IH/CI<S,  A. 
superdliosus,  and  A.  vulpinus. 

95.00B3S9     Fedorov,  V.  V.  LYCENCHELYS  PARINI  SP.  NOVA  (PERCIFORMES:  2OARCIDAE)  FROM  Tlir. 
DATHYAL  REGION  OF  THE  KURIL-KAMCHATKA  TRENCH./.  Iclithyot.  35(4):  130-  1  34.  I99!i.  FR  40(4) 
(Zool.  Ins!.,  Russian  Acacl.  Sci.,  St.  Petersburg,  Russia) 

95-008390     Fedorov,  V.  V.  LYCENCHELYS  REMISSARIA  SP.  NOVA  (PERCIFORMES:  ZOARCIDAE)  FROM  Tl  IL 
BATHYAL  REGION  OF  THE  PACIFIC  OCEAN  SHORES  OF  JAPAN.  /.  Ichthynl.  35(4):  1  35-  1  .19.  I  !)<)5.  1'R  40(4) 
[Zool.  Irist.,  Russian  Acad,  Sci,,  St.  Petersburg,  Russia] 

95-00839)  Gilmorc,  R.  Grant.  ENVIRONMENTAL  AND  HIOGEOGRAPHIC  FACTORS  INFIUENCING 
ICHTHYOFAUNAL  DIVERSITY:  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON.  Biodiversity  nf  tlw  Indi.w  River  iagittm:  A  Omfivwico 
Held  in  Fort  Pierce,  Florida,  Febmaty  J5-16,  1994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  el  at.,  coordinators.  Hull.  Mar.Sfi.  fi7(l):l,ri'l-170, 
1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Harbor  Branch  Oceanogr.  Inst.,  5600  U.S.  Hwy,  I  N,,  Fort  Pierce,  H.  34946]  Data  for  'J0>  spcclos  in  Florida. 

95-008392  Groves,  Colin  P.  ON  THE  NOMENCLATURE  OF  DOMESTIC  ANIMAI  S.  Hull.  /ool.  Nomi-irr/, 
52(2):13M41.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Archacol.  &  Aiithropol.,  Australian  Natl,  Univ.,  Canberra,  A.C.T.  0200,  Auslralla|  Canmitta  and  ('. 
auralus. 

95-008393  Hansscns,  Mark  M.;  Guy  G.  Teugtils  and  Dirk  l:.  E.  Tliys  Van  Di>n  Audonacrdc  SUItSI'I'CII  S  IN 
THE  POLYPTERUS  PAI.MAS  COMPLEX,  {IWACHIOPTERYGII;  I'OI.YPTERIDAE)  FROM  WIST  AND  (TNTRAl 
AFRICA,  Cope/a  I995(3):694-705.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

iTcugels:  Lab.  Ichtliyol,,  Mus.  Royal  Afrlque  Cunt.,  H-3080  Tcivuntn,  l)i;lt<inni| 

95'OOB394  Herman,  J.;  M,  Hovesladt-Eulcr  and  D,  C.  I  lovesladt.  CONTRIIH  IT  IONS  T(  >  T  I  II'  STl  (I  )Y  Ol  I'l  II 
COMPARATIVE  MORPHOLOGY  OF  TEETH  AND  OTHER  Kill  liVANT  ICHTHYODORUHirS  IN  IIVINC 
SUPRA-SPECIFIC  TAXA  OF  CHONDRICHTHYAN  FISHES.  ADDENDUM  TO  I'ART  A  NO'  1-  ORDIH* 
HCXANCHIFORMES  -  FAMILY:  HEXANCHIDAE.  ODONTOI.OGICAI.  RESULTS  SI  l|'l><  )R  MN(  ;  1  1  IF  VAI  II  )  IV 
OF  HEXANCHUS  VIYUWS  SPRINGER  &  WALLER,  1  969  AS  Tl  IE  Tl  IIRD  SPL(  :»:s  f  )F  THE  (  II  NUS  I  II  AV\N<  V  (A 
RAFINESQUE,  1810,  AND  SUGGESTING  INTRAFAMILIAL  REORDERINt  I  C  )F  Tl  IE  I  ll'XANf  'I  Ml  )AI  Hull  /mi 
R.  Set.  Nat  fata.  Biol.  Vol.  M.p.  147-163.  1994.  In  English  wilh  Fmnch  ,ind  German  Minim  IK  ,n>(.|}"  ' 

JServ.  Ceol.  Bdglque,  Rue  Jcnnor  1  3,  IM  040  Brussels,  Dnlginin]  (  I.  nnkiumir.ii.  1  1.  KHM-HV,  /  h.,tn.tm  Hi*  /  1 
pcrio,  Woioryncfiui,  and  N,  cepedtantm, 

95-008395     Herman,  J.;  M.  Hovestadl-Eulcr;  D.  C.  Hovusladt  and  M.  Slithmann.  CONIRimnit  INS  l(  J  M  I 
STUDY  OF  THE  COMPARATIVE  MORPHOLOGY  OF  TEETI  I  AND  OTI  IER  Rfl  I  VANH  '  I      YUK  )l  U      I 


TIJYANFISHr:SJ'ARTH:l(AT()M)RH 

RAJIFORMES  -  SUBORDER  RAJOIDEI  -  FAMILY:  RAJIDAE  -  GENERA  AND  S    IK    N?RA  AW  U  W    /      A 
(SCHRQEDEROMTIS),  ANACANTHQIIAtlS  (SI'KINC.F.RtA),  tlRWIRAIA    iW  IY     M/|7  >       Ul  / 

(CURCEW^ 

Be!$.  Bid.  Vol.  G4.  p.  1  65-207.  1  994.  In  English  wllli  Fmnch  and  Gorman  summ.  FR  40)4) 
|Serv.  Geol.  Rfilglque,  Rue  Jcnncr  13,  B-1040  Brussiils,  DiHiiiuni]  Dala  for  M'VOII  ^,w,\. 


95-008396    InlcmalEonal  Commission  on  Zoological  Nomenclature.  OPINION  Ifin-  Atl*iii*  MIIIIIU  w 
(OSTCICH™YES'  "WWa^MES,:  CONSERVED,  'J  J'^J  '^*t  WuTa  1'.^  L 


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95-008397  Kim,  Ik-Soo  and  Youn  Choi.  A  TAXONOMIC  REVISION  OF  THE  FAMILY  CYNOGLOSSIDJ" 
(PISCES,  PLEURONECTIFORMES)  FROM  KOREA,  flu//.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  27(6):803-813.  1994,  In  English  v-i' 
Korean  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Pep.  Bio!.,  Chonbuk  Nail.  Univ.,  Chonju  560-756,  Korea]  Cyrtog/ossus  interruplus,  C  joyneri,  C  robusltit,  \ 
semilaevis,  C.  abbreviates,  C  grant's,  and  Paraplagusia  japonica. 

95-008398  Lee,  Chung-Lyul  and  Dong-Soo  ]oo.  SYNOPSIS  OF  FAMILY  MUGILIDAE  (PERCIFORMES)  FRO, 
KOREA.  Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  27(6}:81  4-824.  1994.  In  English  with  Korean  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.,  Kunsan  Nail.  Univ.,  Kunsan  573-360,  Korea)  Mugil  cephslus,  M.  japonicus,  Liza  haematochei 
andi.  car/nafa. 

95-008399     lippitsch,  E.  SCALE  AND  SQUAMATION  CHARACTER  POLARITY  AND  PHYLETIC  ASSESSMEt 
IN  THE  FAMILY  CICHUDAE./.  Fish  Biol  47(1):9M06.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(Sreingrabenweg  26,  A-8044  Graz,  Austria]  Data  for  39  species. 

95-008400     Lovejoy,  Nathan  R.  THE  SEARCH  FOR  THE  MARINE  SISTER  GROUP  OF  THE  NEOTROPtG 
FRESHWATER  STINGRAYS  (POTAMOTRYGONIDAE:  RAJIFORMES),  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Toronto  (Canada)  1  23 
1  993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(3):84I-B42.  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM92571  .  FR  40(4) 
Himanlura,  P/es/otrygon,  Paratiygon,  and  Potamotrygon. 

95-008401  tydeard,  Charles;  Michael  C.  Wooten  and  Axel  Meyer.  MOLECULES,  MORPHOLOGY,  AND  ARI 
CLADOGRAMS:  ACLADISTIC  AND  BIOGEOGRAPHIC  ANALYSIS  OF  CAMBUSIA  (TELEOSTEl;  POECIUIDA 
Syst.  fl;o/.44(2):221-236.  1995.FR40(4) 

[Aqual.    Biol.    Program,    Dep.    Biol.    Sci.,    Univ.    Ala.,    Box    070344,    Tuscaloosa    3546 
e-mail:clydeard@biology.as.ua.edu]  Data  for  25  species  in  the  United  Slates,  Central  America,  and  Ihe  Caiibbe; 

9SOOB402  Mabee,  Paula  M.  EVOLUTION  OF  PIGMENT  PATTERN  DEVELOPMENT  IN  CENTRARCH 
FISHES.  Cope/a  1  995(3):586-607.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Biol.,  San  Diego  Stale  Univ.,  San  Diego,  CA  921  82-0057]  Data  for  29  species. 

95-008403  Machordom,  A.;  I.  Doadrio  and  P.  Berrebi.  PHYLOGENY  AND  EVOLUTION  OF  THE  GENI 
BARBUS  IN  THE  IBERIAN  PENINSULA  AS  REVEALED  BY  ALLOZYME  ELECTROPHORESIS.  }.  Fish  Bi 
47{2):21  1-236.  1995.  FR  -40(4) 

[Mus.  Nac.  Cienc.  Nat.,  ]ose  Gutierrez  Abascal,  2.  28006  Madrid,  Spain]  Data  for  1  2  species  In  Europe  a 
northern  Africa. 

95-008404  Nielsen,  Jorgen  G.  A  REVIEW  OF  THE  SPECIES  OF  THE  GENUS  NEOBYTH1TES  (PJSCI 
OPHIDIIDAE)  FROM  THE  WESTERN  INDIAN  OCEAN,  WITH  DESCRIPTIONS  OF  SEVEN  NEW  SPECH 
Ichthyol.  Bull.  J.LB.  Smith  Inst.  Ichthyol.  No.  62.  19p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Zool.  Mus.,  Univ.  Copenhagen,  Universilelsparken  15,  DK  2100  Copenhagen  O,  Denmarkl  Data  for 

species. 

95-008405  Dates,  David  W.;  Lisa  M.  Krings  and  Karen  L.  Ditz.  FIELD  MANUAL  FOR  THE  IDENTIFICATIC 
OF  SELECTED  NORTH  AMERICAN  FRESHWATER  FISH  BY  FILLETS  AND  SCALES.  Nebr.  Came  Parks  Com 
Tec/i.  Ser.  No.  1  9.  180p.  1  993.  Available  gratis  (paper)  from  Game  &  Parks  Comm.,  P.O.  Box  3037,  Llncofn,  I 
68503.  tel:4  02-47  1-0  641  .  FR  40(4) 

[Game  &  Parks  Comm.,  Lincoln,  NE  68503] 

95.008406  Parin,  N.  V,  and  O.  D.  Borodulina.  A  PRELIMINARY  REVIEW  OF  THE  ASTRGNfST/i 
CHRYSOPHEKADION  SPECIES  COMPLEX  ASSIGNED  TO  THE  SUBGENUS  STOMIANODON  BLEEKCR,  Wl 
DESCRIPTION  OFA  NEW  SPECIES.!  tchthyol.  35(2):21-39.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Insl.  Oceanol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,,  Moscow,  Russia]  A  martens/;  A.  i>imai,  A.  luclfer,  and  A.  fedorovt. 

95*08407     Parin,  N.  V.  THREE  NEW  SPECIES  AND  NEW  RECORDS  OF  CUTLASS  FISHES  OF  THE  GEM 
APmWOWS(TRICHIURIDAEM.  khthyol.  35(2):1  28-138.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Oceanol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,,  Moscow,  Russia]  Data  for  seven  species. 


ic«,  VARIATION  IN  POECtLIA  MARCELLINOI  N.  SP.  AND 

5AtWTOfi/S  REGAN,  1907  IN  EL  SALVADOR  (PISCES,  POECILIIDAE),  fl//dr.  Dlerkd.  64(4}:239-252.  1  995, 
English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

Netherlands]1'  &  P°PUl'  Bi0'"  °eP'  ldUhy°''  U"iV'  Amslerd3m'  P'°-  Box  94766,  1090  GT  Amsterda 


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95-OQa<l1 0  Randall,  John  E.  and  John  P.  Hoover.  SCARU5  ZUFAR,  A  NEW  SPECIES  OF  PARROTFISH  FROM 
SOUTHERN  OMAN,  WITH  COMMENTS  ON  ENDEMISM  OF  THE  AREA.  Cope/a  1 995(3}:6fl3-6fl8,  +  1  pi.  1 995. 
FR  40(4) 

[Bishop  Mus.,  Box  19000,  Honolulu,  HI  96817]  5.  fuscopurpureus. 

95-0084 1 1  Schluter,  Dolph  and  Laura  M.  Nagel.  PARALLEL  SPECIATION  BY  NATURAL  SELECTION.  Am.  Nat. 
146(2):292-301.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Zool,,  Univ.  British  Columbia,  Vancouver,   BC,  Canada  V6T  124]  Gasferosieus  aculeaius  and 
Ortcorhynchus  nerks. 

95-008412  Smith,  David  G.  CATALOG  OF  TYPE  SPECIMENS  OF  RECENT  FISHES  IN  THE  NATIONAL 
MUSEUM  OF  NATURAL  HISTORY,  SMITHSONIAN  INSTITUTION,  6:  ANGUILLIFORMES, 
SACCOPHARYNCIFORMES,ANDNOTACANTHIFORMES(TELEOSTEl:ELOPOMORPHA).Sm/t/ison.  Contrib. 
loot  No.  566.  50p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div,  Fish.,  Dcp.  Vertebr.  Zool.,  Natl.  Mus.  Nat.  Hist.,  Smithsonian  Inst.,  Washington,  DC  20560]  Data  for 
31 7  species. 

95.00841 3     Sodsuk,  P.  K.;  B. ).  McAndrew  and  G.  F.  Turner.  EVOLUTIONARY  RELATIONSHIPS  OF  THE  LAKE 
MALAWI  OREOCHROMtS  SPECIES:  EVIDENCE  FROM  ALLOZYMES.  /.  Fish  Biol  47(2):32 1-333.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[McAndrew:  Inst.  Aquacull.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland)  7V/ap/a  karongae,  T.  lidole,  1. 
squamipinnis,  J.  shirana,  and  data  for  six  other  species  in  Africa. 

95-008414  Swinney,  G,  N.  CERATIOID  ANGLERFISH  OF  THE  FAMILIES  GIGANTACTINIDAE  AND 
I  INOPHRYNIDAE(LOPHIIFORMES,  CERATIOIDEA)  COLLECTED  OFF  MADEIRA,  INCLUDING  TWO  SPECIES 
NEW  TO  THE  NORTH-EASTERN  ATLANTIC.  /.  Fish  Biol.  47(1  ):39-49.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Mus.  Scotland,  Chambers  St.,  Edinburgh  EMI  1]F,  Scotland]  Ciganlacd's  io$,  Linophryne  brevibarbata, 
L  coronata,  and  L  racemifera. 

95-008415  Tretnaln,  Derek  M.  and  Douglas  H.  Adams.  SEASONAL  VARIATIONS  IN  SPECIES  DIVERSITY, 
ABUNDANCE,  AND  COMPOSITION  OF  FISH  COMMUN ITIES  IN  THE  NORTHERN  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON, 
FLORIDA.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Held  in  Fort  Pierce,  Florida,  February  15-16,  J994. 
Hitaiy  M.  Swain,  etat.,  coordinators.  Bull.  Mar.  Sci.  57(1  ):1 71 -192.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Environ,  Prol.,  Mar.  Res.  Inst.,  1 220  Prospect  Ave., Suite 285,  Melbourne,  FL  32901 .  fax:407-9B4-4824] 
Anchoa  mitchilli,  Floridichthys  carpio,  Tracbinotus  falcalus,  Diaptenis  auratus,  and  data  for  104  other  species. 

95-0084 1 6  Vasll'eva,  E.  D.  SKULL  MORPHOLOGY  OF  ATHERINE  FISHES  OF  THE  BLACK  SEA,  THE  SEA  OF 
AZOV,  AND  THE  CASPIAN  SEA,  AND  CERTAIN  PROBLEMS  OFTHESYSTEMATICSOFTHECENUSATHfR/NA 
(ATI-IERINIDAE)./.  Ichthyol.  34(9):125-140. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Sci.  Res,  Zool.  Mus,,  Moscow  Stale  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia]  A.  boyeri. 

95-008417  VasllVeva,  Ye.  D.  and  V.  P.  Vasll'yev.  SYSTEMATICS  OF  CAUCASIAN  FRESHWATER  GOBIES 
(GOBIIDAE)  IN  THE  LIGHT  OF  CONTEMPORARY  DATA,  WITH  A  DESCRIPTION  OF  A  NEW  SPECIES, 
NEGGOBJUS  RHODIONI,  SP.  NOV.  /.  Ichthyol.  35(2):1 39-1 57.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Zool,  Res.  Mus.,  Moscow  Stale  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia]  N.  constructor  and  N.  cyprius  in  Russia. 

95-008418  Wisner,  Robert  L.  and  Charmion  B.  McMillan.  REVIEW  OF  NEW  WORLD  HAGFISHES  OF  THE 
GENUS  MWINE  (AGNATHA,  MYXINIDAE)  WITH  DESCRIPTIONS  OF  NINE  NEW  SPECIES.  U.S.  Nail.  Mar.  Fish. 
Serv,  Fish.  Bull.  93(3):530-550.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Mar.  Blol.  Res,  Div.,  0202  Univ.  Calif.-San  Diego,  La  Jolla  92093-0202]  Data  for  14  species  in  North  America 
and  South  America. 

PARASITES  AND  DISEASES-GENERAL 

95-OOB41 9  Barker,  G.  A.  and  E.  Kehoe.  ASSESSMENT  OF  DISC  DIFFUSION  METHODS  FOR  SUSCEPTIBILITY 
TESTING  OF  AEROMONAS  SALMONICIDA.  Aqusculture  134(1,2):1-B.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[MAFF,  Fish  Dis.  Lab.,  Barrack  Rd.,  The  Nolhe,  Weyrnouth,  Dorset  DT4  8U8,  England.  lel:0305  206600;  fax: 
0305206601] 

95-008420  Beleau,  Marshall  H,  NEOPLASIAS  OF  CATFISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor. 
p.  531.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Abbott  Lab,,  North  Chicago,  IL]  /cla/urus  punciatus  and  Ameiurus. 

95-000421  Beran,  George  W.  and  James  H.  Steele,  editors.  HANDBOOK  OF  ZOONOSES  SECOND 
EDmON.SECTION ^A;  BACTERIAL, RICKEHSIAL,  CHIAMYDtAL,ANDMYCOTIC  CRCPress  nc.  538p.  1994. 
Available  at  $44.95  (clolh:  ISBN  0-8493-3205-2)  from  CRC  Press,  Inc.,  2000  Corporate  Blvd.,  N.W.,  Boca  Raton, 
f  L  33431.  tel:800-2 72-7737,'  fax:000-374-3401.  FR  40(4) 

[Iowa  Stale  UnEv.,  Ames  50011)  Selected  chapter  indexed  in  this  Issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

FR40(4)  105  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

PARASITES  AM)  DISEASES-GENERAL  (Continued) 

9.W«3422    Bowser,  Paul  R.  CLINICAL  PATHOLOGY  OF  SALMONID  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Mich. 

Svtkor-f.  eJj.'or  p.  327-332.  1993,  FR  40(4) 

itJtp  Avian  &  Aqual.  Anim.  Med,  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  Cornell  Unfv.,  Ithaca,  NY  148S3J 

rJ3M3423     Eusch,  R.  A.  IMMUNIZATION  AS  A  TOOL  IN  FISH  HEALTH  MANAGEMENT.  Inlatix 
}  fir p-zti'jm  &n  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Wasiiingtttn,  5ep!& 
4-3,  1991  RijniiilP.HeclrickandlamesR.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  N-3,  1994.  PR  40(4) 
|  Blamed  Inc.,  Ik-llevue,  VVA| 

9>008424    Chc-un&Paul.PARASITICDISEASESOFELASMOBRANCHS./n;/r;s/iMecy/nne,M/c-/i1i!>/KS(oJ, 
ed.Mr  p.  782-807.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

lOitram  Lab.  Mar.  Sci.,  New  York  Aquarium,  Zool.  Soc.,  Brooklynl 

95W3425     Cheung,  Paul.  PARASITIC  DISEASES  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  In;  Fhh  MctlMrH!.  Mlctti 

5xui.opr,  editor,  p.  6-J6-658.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Osbflrn  tab.  Mar.  Sci.,  New  York  Aquarium,  Zool.  Soc,  Brooklyn! 

s,  M.  K.;  RJ-J.  Pal  and  P,  B.  Das.  PRELIMINARY  OBSERVATIONS  ON  THE  CH 

BENGAL. 


fFFECT'VE  f?RMULATION  AND  IMPLEMENTATION  OF  SMEI.I.HSM  OJSI 
Imer/ia"°"a'  sX/"pos/Um  on  A,uatfc  ^qa  u(fc  /^n/ma/  Hea/ffi:  Program  anri 
p  W7  M  FR)      aih'ng(on'  5eP|em6er  **  «M.  RoiiaJd  ft  HecW 
[BaiteBe  Mar.  Sci.  lab,,  1529  W.  Sequim  8aV  Rd,  Sequlm,  WA  98382] 

DISEASES  OF 


large  Anim.  Clin.  Sci.  &  Dep.  Fish.  &  Aquacult,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  326  1  1  ]  fctoftmis  /xi^Mtui. 

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i^P-  Urge  Anim.  Clin.  Sd  &  Dep.  Fish.  &  Aquacult,  Univ,  Fla.,  Gainesvil|e  3261  1  1 

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PARASITES  AND  DISEASES-GENERAL  (Continued) 

95-008437     Heckmann,  Richard  A.  PARASITES  OF  SALMONID  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf, 

editor,  p.  408-128.  1  993.  FR  10(4) 

\lzra  Taft  Benson  Agric.  &  Food  Inst.,  Zool.  Dep.,  Brigham  Young  Univ.,  Prove,  UT  8-1601  1 

95-008438     Hedrick,  Ronald  P.  and  James  R.  Winlon,  organizers.  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON 
AQUATIC  ANIMAL  HEALTH:  PROGRAM  AND  ABSTRACTS.  SHERATON  HOTEL,  SEATTLE,  WASHINGTON, 
SEPTEMBER  4-8,  1  994.  Fish  Heallh  Sect.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.,  European  Soc.  Fish.  Pathoi,  &  lapanese  Soc,  Fish.  Pathol. 
|304p.|  1994,  Volume  out  of  print;  contact  individual  authors  for  reprints.  FR  40(4) 
Selected  abstracts  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-008439     Hill,  B.  f.  EUROPEAN  COMMUNITY  MEASURES  FOR  CONTROL  OF  FISH  DISEASES.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  7994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  VI-5.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
(fish  Dis.  Lab.,  MAFF,  Weymouth,  England] 

95-008440  Inchausly,  V.  H.;  R.  A.  Heckmann  and  R.  Vasquez.  FRESHWATER  FISH  PARASITES  OF  MAMORE 
RIVER  AREA  IN  BEN1,  BOLIVIA.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program  and  Abstracts. 
S/teralon  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  1-8,  J994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers. 
P.W46.4.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Benson  Inst.,  Brigham  Young  Univ.,  Provo,  UT]  Eigenmannia,  Gymnolus,  Moenkhausia  dichroura,  Cichlasoma 
,  Cichfa,  Crenicichla,  and  Hoplias  malabaricus. 


95-008441  Jelmert,  A.;  O.  M.  Rodseth  and  T.  van  der  Meeren.  NEPHROCALCINOSIS  ASSOCIATED  WITFI 
MASS  MORTALITY  IN  CULTURED  ATLANTIC  HALIBUT,  HIPPOGLOSSUS  HIPPOCLOSSUS  L,  LARVAE  /,  Fish 
Dts.  18(4):365-369.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst.  Mar.  Res,,  Austevoll  Aquacult,  Res.  Stn,,  N-5392  Storebo,  Norway] 

95-008442  JcnMns,  ).  A.  and  J.  R.  Morrison.  INDUCTION  OF  A  FEED-RELATED  ANEMIA  IN  CHANNEL 
CATFISH,  ICTALURUS  PUNCTA1US.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program  and  Abstracts. 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers 
p.  P-97.  1994.  FR40|4) 

[U.S.  Nail.  Bior.  Surv.,  Southeast.  Fish  Cult.  Lab.,  Marion,  AL| 

95-008443  Kachowski,  A,  E.;  I,  D.  Tromitsky  and  A.  ).  Moshu.  RELATIONS  BETWEEN  BACTERIAl  AND 
PARASITIC  INFECTION  OF  COMMON  CARP  FRY  IN  FISH  POND.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and 
lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-1  1  .  1  994.  FR40(4) 

[Fish.  Res.  Stn.,Teilor  sir  4,  Klsinev  277043,  Moldovia]  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-008444  Kennedy-Stoskopf,  Suzanne.  IMMUNOLOGY.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor. 
p.  149-159,  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dcp.  Microbiol.v  Pathol.,  &  Parasitot.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-008445  Klontz,  G.  W.  EPIDEMIOLOGY.  In;  Fish  Medicine,  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  210-213.  1  993. 
FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Resour.,  Univ.  Idaho,  Moscow  83843] 

95-OOB44&     Klontz,  George  W,  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS  AND  ENVIRONMENTAL  DISEASES  OF 
SALMONIDS,  In;  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  333-342.  1  993.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Rcsour,,  Univ.  Idaho,  Moscow  83843] 

95-000447  Kuo,  T.  F.;  C.  D.  Chung  and  T.  L  Hsu.  [A  SURVEY  OF  PARASITIC  DISEASES  FROM  INFESTED 
AQUARIUM  FISHES.]  Mem.  Coll.  Agric.  Natl,  Taiwan  Univ.  34(3}:227-230.  1  994.  In  Chinese  with  English  summ. 
FR  40(4) 

[Grad.  Insl.  Vet.  Sci.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  Taipei,  Taiwan] 

95-008448  Larenas,  J.  L,;  P,  A.  Smilh-Schuster;  L,  H.  Garces;  C.  N.  Lannan  and  ),  L.  Fryer.  I'ISCIRICKETTSIOSIS: 
HISTOPATHOLOGY  OF  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR)  AND  COHO  SALMON  (ONCORHYNCHUS 
KISUICH}  INOCULATED  WITH  PISC1RICKZTTSIA  SALMONIS.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and 
fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-108.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

(Coif.  Vel.  Sci,,  Univ.  Chile,  Casilla  2,  Correo  15,  Santiago,  Chile] 

95-008449  May,  Eric  B.  NEOPLASIA  IN  COLD-WATER  MARINE  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf, 
editor,  p.  735-736.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll.  Vel,  Med.v  Univ.  Md.,  Baltimore  21  201|  Data  for  19  species. 

95-008450  May,  Eric  B.  NEOPLASIAS  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  In;  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf, 
edtetf,  p.  659.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll,  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Md.,  Baltimore  21201]  Data  for  eight  species. 

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PARASITES  AND  DISEASES-GENERAL  (Continued) 

95-008465  Smsln-Schuster,  P.  A.;  J.  R.  Conlreras;  L.  H.  Garces;  I  C 
J.  L  F,yer.  EXPERIMENTAL  CHALLENGE  OF  COHO  SALMON  (ON 
TROUT  VNCORHYNCHUSMWSS)  WITH  H5CffiOf  77SM  SAIMC 

iT  l      Ji  f,£  .andAhm-  S/1™'°»  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4&     994 

Hednck  and  fames  R,  Wmton,  organizers,  p.  W-17.1.  1994.FR40(4) 
[Coll.  Vet.  ScL,  Univ.  Chile,  Casilla  2,  Correo  1  5,  Santiago,  Chile] 


SALMONIDS-  '"'•  ™'  ^<-  Mfcfta*/  K.  Stoskopf,  editor. 
ILJ.S.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Sew.,  Fish  Technol.  Cent,  Bozeman,  MT|  Oncorhynchus  mykiss  and  Sa/ve/inw  namaycush 


[Dep.  Palhobiol.,  Va,Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061  ]  P^licbthys  dcntatus. 

95-008468     Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  NEOPLASIA  OF  FRESHWATER  TEMPERATF  mnF<;    in-  n  i    ^    i-  • 
Mk)*elK.Stmkopf,  editor,  p.  309-3  10,1  993,  FR  40(4)  'CS'  '":  '''S/1  Mec/(C"IC' 

27607]  Dnta  for 


5'?-0.8t5^-  ?los!f?P['  ^j1"1  K-  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS  OF  FRESHWATER  TROPICAI  FISHES 
:  Fish  Medians.  Mtchati  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  545-553  1  993  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ   Raleigh  2  7607] 


-  Colt  Vel-  Med- 


|Dop.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 


[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ,  Raleifh  27f,07| 

OF  COLDri5H  K01'  AND     ' 


95.008474     Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  CLINICAL  PATHOLOGY  OF  CARP  GOIDFISH 
Micftae/  K.  Stoskopt  editor,  p.  450-453.  1  9'J3  FR  40(4}  '  tj°LL)nSI  '' 

&  Spcdal  Species  Meti"  CoN- 


pop.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Mod.,  N.C.  Stale  Univ,  Ra|L>lKli  276071 


[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Umv.,  R;,|«|Mh  2760X| 

95-008177    Sto.skopf,  Michael  K.  SHARK  PHARMACOLOGY  AND  TOXirni  nrv  in.rit  M    r  •      .,•  .      , 
K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  809-816.  1993.  FR  40(4)       "u'1JLULjT  A(NIJ  '"^'t-OLOOY.  In:  hsh  Medicine.  Michael 

fDep.  Companion  A^im.  &  Special  Species  Med,,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C,  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

93-008478    Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  CLINICAL  PATHOLOGY  OF  FRESHWATER  TROI'irAi'  TKI  .«    ,      r-  . 
Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  543-545  1993  FR  40(4     "aMIWAILK  TRO1  1CAL  '"'il-IES.  /n;  f«/i 
(Dop.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  Stale  Univ,  Ral^h  27607] 

lames  R.  Wirtton,  organizers,  p,  W-23.1  .  1  994.  FR  40(4}  KO/MM  /  .  /  tedm.k  and 

[Dep.  Popul.  Med.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guolph,  ON,  Canada] 

FfUO(4)  ,09 

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-  Mish  C°lumb">  v~-  BC,  Canada, 


95-008494     BertoliniJ.  M.;  M.  I.  WliiDnle-  1-1  Wak,nln«nC|,i.  v  r  u/  ,    i       ,,  ^ 

Of  THE  PROTEIN,  LIPOPOLYSACCHA  RIC^    AND  ANTir  r^r^?^'  S'  R°h°VeC'  A  C°MPARISON 
KHCHRQPHILUS  ISOLATES  i  /nteSS  C'-|ARACERISTICS  OF 


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p.  W-17.2.  1994.  FR  40(4)  ^P1^^  W  1934.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  James  R.  Winton, 

(Dep.  Mlcrobiol.,  Oreg.  Siale  Univ.,  Corvalls  9733  1| 


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(Oep.  Mlcrobiol,  Univ.  Guclph,  Guclpli,  ON,  Canada  NIG  2W1) 


AS  A  ,.oss,BLE  CAUSE  or 

1  995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4)  INGLRLINGS.  Croc.  /ni.  ASXK.  Aquat.  Amm.  MKy.  Vol.  26.  p.  40. 

Hcal,l,  Re,  Lab.,  Na,l.  Btol.  Sen,.,  ,  700  l**wn  Rd.  Kearnoysvllle,  WV  25430,  Onccrf,/nd,,,s 

Rlf  AMI"CIN 


I0a(7):253.255.  1995.  In  German  wllh  English  S,™.  FR  40(4) 


Mar,  Lab,  Aberdeen  AB9  8DB,  Scotland)  Salmo  salar. 

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ulfS  A  F~^  -d  5.  De  Domini,  THE 

CONCENTRATION  AGAINST  FISH  VIBWOS™  FIRCT  NOW  ?fc  i?i  ^  ER'^EN1?L  VACCINES  AT  HIGH 
and  Italian.  FR  40(4)  'HKlLfclb.  FIRST  NOTC.  R,v.  ttal.  Acquacolt.  30(1  ):39-47.  1995.  In  English 

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organizers,  p.  P-20.  1994.  FR  40(4)  <°a  ieptem&er  *8,  J994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrlck  and  James  R.  Winton, 

[Dep.  Vet.  Sci,  La.  State  Univ.  Agric.  Cent.,  La.  Stale  Univ.,  Ba.on  Rouge  70803] 

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mal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  SAawon  Hote/  fcS5?  wiS    i  /nte™1(0™/  5ympos/um  on  >U,uatfc 


Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  SAawon  Hote/  fcS5?  wiS    i  /nte™1(0™/  5 
Hedricktnd  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p  P-31   1994  FR40(4)  8Ml  5e/"em6er 

|Dep.  Vel.  Sd,  La.  State  Univ.  Agric.  Cent,  Baton  Rouge  70803]  fcla/oruspunctoios 

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[Dep.  Vel.  Sci.,  La.  Stale  Univ.,  Baton  Rough  70803]  fciaftmw  punctate. 

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Animal  Health;  Program  and  /\fis,rac(s.  5/wraton  Hotel  SB^   w?<  ?  ,'  lntBrcn3"0^1  *Y™Posium  on  Aquatic 

Herfrfck  a,c/  /ames  R.  W/nfon,  organ/^s  p  W  2  V  19&  FR  40(4^  SePtem^  "^  «W.  KonaM  P. 

|Dep,  MicrobioL  *  ParasitoL,  Fac.  Bio,.,  Uni,  Santiago  do  Composteia,  Santiago  de  Cbinpo**,  Spain] 

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(Danish  InsLFish,  &Mn,  Res.,  Fish  Dis.  Lab,  Buiowsvoj  ,3,  DK-1070  Frederiksberg  C,  Denmark] 

quatic  Animal  Sv  Kommn?Ah«    ?  $  METHODS  AND  CI-IARACTERS. 


Oenlex  denfex  fcgrus  ma/or,  and  dala  for  nine  other  species. 


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'ROGRFSSION  AND  COMPARATIVE  PATHOLOGY^  Pmc^A^  ON'NARUAM;  ^  ANALYSIS  OF  Df-SCASE 
islrnct  only.  FR  40(4)  'ULUGY.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  52.  1  995. 

-Md-  R^  Co".  Vet.  Mod.,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  2,061  ] 


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[Nail.  Biol.  Surv.,  Pac,  Northwest  Nal.  Sci.  Cent,,  Seattle  WA] 
[Insl.  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Stiriing,  Stirling,  Scotland] 

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[Prosser:  Dep,  Mol.  &  Cell  Biol.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Marischal  Coll.,  Aberdeen  AB9  IAS,  SurtUulJ 
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95-008534     Furuta    !•  T    llriA-  if    Tm  •  L 

ENZYME-LINKED  IMMUNQSnRRFWT  1???^?^,,",^  L  Sak3guchi  and   H.   Wak.ih,.V.H''    INHlJ 
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^  [Munn:  D,p.  Bio.,  Sd.,  Univ.  Plymouth,  PJymouth  PL4  8AA,  England] 

PR5OT°EOL3^  A  COMPARISON  <  .1   S!(  K, 

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95-008537  Hanson,  L.  P,  and  A.  ),  Ainsworlh.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  EDWARDSIELLA  ICTALURt  ANTIBODY 
TITERS  IN  MATURING  CHANNEL  CATFISH.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and 
Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R  Winton 
oiganizers.  p.  P-32.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll.  Vet  Med,  Miss,  State  Univ.,  Mississippi  Stale  39762]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 

95-008538  Hardie,  L.  ].;  A.  E.  Ellis  and  C,  J.  Secombes.  IN  VITRO  ACTIVATION  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT 
MACROPH  AGES  STIMULATES  KILLING  OF  RENIBACIERIUM  SALMONINARUM.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8  1  994  Ronald 
P.  Hedfick  ana  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p,  W-3.1,  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Tillydrone  Ave.,  Aberdeen  AB9  2TN,  Scotland]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-006539  Hauck,  A.  K.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  COMMERCIALLY  IMPORTANT  FISHES  Aquacult  MSB. 
21(4):42-S3.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Eagle  Fish  Health  Lab.,  1  800  Trout  Rd.,  Eagle,  ID  8361  6.  tel:208-939-241  3] 

95.008540  HawkeJ.P.PATHOGENESISANDVIRULENCEOFPASTfURftMmC/aD/MNHYBRIDSTRIPED 
BASS  (MORONE  SAXATIUS  X  MORONE  CHRYSOPS),  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health- 
Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-3,  J  994.  Ronald  P  Hedrick  and  lames 
R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1  1  .6.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

pep.  Vet.  Microbiol.  &  Parasitol.,  Sch.  Vet.  Med.,  La.  State  Univ.,  Baton  Rouge  70803] 

95-008541      Nines,  Murray  E.,  II;  John  M.  Kreeger  and  Alan  J.  Herron.  MYCOBACTER1AL  INFECTIONS  OF 
ANIMALS:  PATHOLOGY  AND  PATHOGENESIS.  tab.  Anlm.  Sci.  45(4):334-351.  1995  FR  40(4) 
[Vet.  Dfagn.  &  Invest.  Lab.,  Univ.  Gn.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Tifton  3  1  793) 

95-008542  Hirono,  Ikuo  and  Takashi  Aoki.  EXAMINATION  BY  RANDOM  AND  SITE-DIRECTED 
MUTAGENESIS  OF  THE  AMINO  ACID  RESIDUES  OF  THE  AEROMONAS  HEMOLYSIN  REQUIRED  FOR  ITS 
HEMOLYTIC  ACTIVITY.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton 
Hotel  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R,  Winton,  organizers  p  P-22 
1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Lab.  Genet.  &  Biochem.,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,  Minato,  Tokyo  1  08,  Japan] 


nMMT.r^'^K,0'?'  SINGLE  D°SE  AN°  MULTIPLE  DOSE  KINETIC  PROPERTIES  OF 
FLORFENICOL  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and 
Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994,  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R  Winton 
organizers,  p.  W-23.5.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

(Norwegian  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Oslo,  Norway]  Sa/mo  salar. 

95-008544     Inglis,  V.;  M.  Cafini  and  T.  Yoshlda.  TI-IE  INTERACTION  OF  TRIMETHOPRIM  AND  OUINOLONES 
AGAINST  GRAM-NEGATIVE  FISH  PATHOGENS.  I.Appl.  Bacteriol.  79(2):135040  1995  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

95-008545     Johnson,  Erik  L.  FIN  NECROSIS  SOLUTIONS.  Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(1  ):20-22.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Symphysodon.  '  ' 

95-00854&     Jonsdottir,  H.;  S.  Cudmundsdottlr  and  S.  Helgason.  SCREENING  FOR  RENIOACTERIUM 
S^?^RUM  'N  RROWN  TR°UT(WMO  TRUTTA)  AND  ARCTIC  CHARR  (^VEU^SAuKmM 
TEN  LAKES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel  Seattle 
Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P,  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-40.  1994  FR  4014) 
[Inst.  Exp.  Palhol.,  Fish  Dis.  Lab.,  Keldur,  Box  8540,  Reykjavik,  Iceland] 

95-008547     Jonsdottir,  H.;  S.  Gudmundsdottir  and  S.  Helgason.  SCREENING  FOR  RENIBACTFRIIIM 

£f^^?UMIN,BR?WNTR^ 

yt\Wyom.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abs^^^ 
Wastmgtoo,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-39  1994  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Exp.  Pathol.,  Fish  Dis.  Lab.,  Keldur,  Box  8540,  Reykjavik,  Iceland] 

?wi™Vw^ 

IN  TJ-IL  DESIGN  OF  FISH  VACCINES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts. 

Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers 
p.  IM.  1994.  FR40(4)  ° 

[Dep.  Environ.  Sci.,  Sell.  Mar.  Sci,,  Va.  Inst,  Mar.  Scl,,  Coll.  William  &  Mary,  Gloucester  Point  23  1  85| 

95-008549     Karunasagar,  I.;  S.  Otta  and  I.  Karunasagar.  EFFECT  OF  ANTIBIOTIC  TREATMENT  ON 
IMMUNOLOGICAL  RESPONSE  OF  LABEO  ROHITA  TO  AEROMONAS  HYDROPHILA  VACCINE.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4'B,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-77.  1994.  FR  40  4) 
[Dep.  Fish.  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Agric.  Scl,,  Coll.  Fish.,  Mangalore-575  002,  India] 


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95-008561      Marsden,  M.  j.  and  C.  J.  Secombes.  ANTIGEN  SPECIFIC  IMMUNE  RFSPONSF'; 
TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS,  IMMUNISED  WITH  AN  AROMAJIC  MUTANT  OF         nu 
SALMOWClDfl  (ORIVAX)  AS  A  LIVE  VACCINE  FOR  FURIJNn  nrSii    in.        r       ,  c      OF.AER°MONAS 

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(Pep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Aberdeen,  Tillydrone  Ave.,  Aberdeen  AB9  2TN,  Scotland] 


95-QOB562     Marlinsen,  B.  and  T.  E.  l-lorsberg.  ANTIMICROBIAL  ACTIVITIES  AND 

PROPERTIES  OF  OXYTETRACYCLINE,  SULFADIAZINEARIMETHOPmM    ENRO?LOXAn       m  i 

FLUMEQUINE  AND  OXOLINIC  ACID  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON  SALMO  MMRMni^S'c  "' 

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P.  Hecinck  and  lames  R.  Wimon,  oranizers,        -  «-P«'"utr  i  a,  tjJi.  Konald 


.  Wimon,  organizers,  p.  P-87  1994  FR  40(4) 
fNonvegian  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  P.O.  Box  81  46  Dep.,  N-0033  Oslo,  Norway] 


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|Dep.  fish  Palhol.,  INRA,  Jou/-en-Josas,  France]  Oncorliyncinis  mykiss.      ' 


c  'NTRAPERITONEAL  INJECTION  OF 

(Dep.  Immunoprophylnxrs,  Com.  Vet.  Lab.,  Oslo,  Norway)  Salmo  salar 

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[Aok,:  Tokyo  Un.v.  F.sh,,  Dep.  Aqua..  Biosci.,  Lab.  Genet.  &  Blochcm.!  Konan,  Mlnato  Tokyo  108,  Japan] 
95-008566     Moffitl,  Christine  M.  and  Alf  H.  Hnukenes.  FIELD  TRIALS  OF  FRYTI-IRDMVriM  rrrn  Anr.iT»,r 

^=S=K^^^ 

R.  Wimon,  organizers,  p.  P-86.  1994.  FR  40(4)  hlun'  aePW"W?f4^  (994.  Ronald  P.  htedrick  andfrmes 

[Dep.  Tish  &  Wildl.  Resour,,  Univ.  Idaho,  Moscow  83844-1  1  36] 

|Dcp.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Resour.,  Univ.  Idaho,  Moscow  83844-1  136]  Oncorf.ynctas  Btawyucta 


.  ,  organizers,  p.  W-3.2.  1994  FR40(4)  ^^luiiotf  /  e,  UJi.  KonaKl  I. 

[Nail,  Res.  lust.  Aquacull.,  Tamakl,  Mie  51  9-04,  Japan]  Oncorfjynchus  mykiss 


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[Dep.  Vfil.  Scf,,  La.  Slate  Univ.  Agric.  Cent.,  Baton  Rouge  70803) 


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R.  wmton,  oranizers,    ,  P-26  >'-'-"•  n^miu  /  .  /  ICOTICK  ano  /anies 


mton,  organizers,  p,  P-26.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
|Fish  DJs.  Lab,,  Dep.  Aquacult.,  Kochi  Univ.,  Nankoku,  Kochi  783,  Japan] 


[Dep.  Mlcroblol.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Canada  N1  C  2W1  ) 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

fWCTt RIAL  DISEASES  (Conlinued) 

'/: ",<•) i5 71     Na-N'akorn,  Uthairal;  Somchai  Chantsawang  and  Wit  Tarndialanukit.    RESPONSE  TO 
SEI ECTION  FOR  DISEASE  RESISTANCE  IN  WALKING  CATFISH,  CMRMS  MACROCfPHALUS  1  Awl  Aa 
4|4]65-73   1994.  FR  40(4)  '^      * 

jl)«>  Aquaculi,Fac.  Fish.,  Kasetsart  Univ.,  Bangkok  10900,  Thailand) 

9.W45  7  j     Noga,  Edward  J.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  TEMPERATE  FRESHWATER  AND  ESTUARINE  Fl 
(.1  ftih  U^J  ar.c  \Hchael  H  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  269-2  78.  1 993,  FR  40(4} 

[Coll  Vci.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607|  Dala  far  33  species  in  North  America. 

(h.-(,";3)7-)  N'oonan,  Brian  and  Trevor  J.  Trust.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  AN  AEROMONAS  SAL, 
MUrANTrtlTH  ALTERED  SURFACE  MORPHOLOGY  AND  INCREASED  SYSTEMIC  VIRULENCU.  I1, 
'•s  'if  I'j'V1'1  ';?o3!jC  j"Ta' Hea'(/1;  p/°8ffm  anc/ -^fas'racfs.  5/ieralon  Hole/,  Seattfe,  Washington, 


-  ' 

ednck  and  lames  HWinton,  organizers,  p.  P-21.  1994   FR  40(4) 

iS-  Nelwork'  Univ-  Viclo«a.  Vicloria,  HC,  Canada 

and  E'  S'  Brokken-  CLINICAL  EXPERIENCE  \ 


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FR  40141  '        'NUi  Um°  COMMUNIS  L  Mysore  /.  Agric.  Sri  28(4):377.  1  994.  Abstracl  c 

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95-008584  Reed,  Peggy;  Penny  Gibbs;  Emmett  Shells  and  Ruth  Francis-Floyd  AN  UNIDENTIFIED 
MYCOPLASMATALES  FROM  CAME  FISH  IN  FLORIDA.  Pmc.  Int.  Assoc.  Actual  Anim  Med  Vol  25  n  105 
1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4)  '  '  '  '  '  ' 

[Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  32601  ]  Micropterus  salmoides. 

95-008585  Robertson,  P.  A.  W.  artd  B.  Austin.  DISEASE  ASSOCIATED  WITH  CYPR1NIDS  IMPORTED  INTO 
THE  UNITED  KINGDOM.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts  Sheraton 
Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-B,  1  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  oraanizers  p  W-1  7  6 
1  994.  FR  40(4)  £,•(-.. 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Heriot-Watt  Univ.,  Riccarlon,  Edinburgh  EH1  4  4AS,  Scotland]  Carassius  auralus  and  Cyprinus 
carp/o. 

95-008586  Romalde,  J.  L.;  B.  Magarlnos;  S.  Nunez;  A.  Silva;  f.  L.  Barja  and  A.  E.  Toranzo.  ASSESSMENT  OF 
BfONOR  MONO-KITS  FOR  DIAGNOSIS  OF  BACTERIAL  FISH  DISEASES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic 
Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994  Ronald  P 
Hctltick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-9.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Microbiol,  &  Parasilol.,  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  de  Compostela,  Santiago  de  Composteln  15706 
Spain]  ' 

95-0085&7     Sakai,  M.;  T.  Yoshida  and  M.  Kobayashl.  ACTIVIATION  OF  RAINBOWTROUT  ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS,  PHAGOCYTIC  CELLS  BY  ADMINISTRATION  OF  BOVINE  LACTOFERRIN.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1  994  Ronald 
P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-78.  1  99-1.  FR  40(4) 
[Fiic,  Agric.,  Mlyazaki  Univ.,  Miyazaki  889-21,  Japan] 

95-008588     Salonius,  K.  and  S.  C.  Griffiths.  DETERMINATION  OF  CELL  SURFACE,  VIRUIENCY  AND 
BIOCHEMICAL  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  VIBRIO  SALMONICIDA  FROM  THE  BAY  OF  FUNDY  'international 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington  September 
4-B,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-5.3.  1994  FR  40(4) 
[Aqua  Health  Ltd.,  Charlottetown,  PI,  Canada  C1  E  1  BO] 

95-008589  Santos,  Y,;  I.  Bandln;  F.  Pazos;  A;  M.  Skarmela  and  A.  E.  Toranzo.  IMMUNOIOGICAL 
CHARACTERIZATION  OF  EXTRACELLULAR  PRODUCTS  AND  CELL  SURFACE  COMPONENTS  OF  ^VIBRIO 
ANGUltlARUM.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  ami  Abstracts  Sheraton  Hotel 
Seattle,  Washington.  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P,  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-27.  1  994' 

|Dep.  MicroLiol.  &  Parasilol.,  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  do  Compostela,  Santiago  de  Composlela,  Spain) 
€5-008590    Scnson,  P.  and  R.  M.  W.  Stevenson.  SURFACE  COMPARISONS  OF  TWO  STRAINS  OF  THE  FISH 
PATHOGEN  RENIBACURIUM  SAIMONINARUM.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health-  Proi-ram 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington.  September  4-li,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R  Winton 
organizers,  p.  W-1  4.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Guclph,  Guclph,  ON,  Canada  N1C  2W1  ] 


,        ,-  ?holls'  EmmGtt  R"  )r'  'lncl  Thot™s  G.  Nemetz.  SELECTED  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  SAI  MONIDS 
In:  fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  36-1-372.  199'i  FR  40(4) 
|Colr.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  C,i.,  Athens  30601  1 


?£SE?r  -SSSlr^fSa  ,Ao'N^CTI?US  AND  ZOONOTIC  IMPLICATIONS  OF  MYCOBACTCRIOSIS  IN 
SPAWNING  TROPICAL  FISH,  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aqual,  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  41.  1995,  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Dcp.  Blomcd.  Sci.  &  PalhobioL,  Va.-Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  VPI&5U,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061-0442] 

»«"°S??3?  S°rum'  Unn  and  "orro  Robl!rtsen-  CHEMICAL  AND  IMMUNOGENIC  PROPERTIES  OF  A 
POLYSACCHARIDE  FROM  TI-IE  CELL  WALL  OF  RENIBAOERIUM  SALMONINARUM.  International  SympoLm 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Heath:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Wasltlngttm,  September  4-li,  1  9'M 
Konafof  l*.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-14.1.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Mar.  Biochom.,  Norwegian  Coll.  Fish.  Sci.,  Univ.  Tromso,  N-9037  Tromso,  Norway]  Salmo  salar  in 


95-008594  Stanley,  L.  A.;  S.  S.  Hayasaka  and  T.  E.  Schwedler.  EFFECTS  OF  THE  IMM 
EOWMSODIA  -TURBINATA  EXTRACT  ON  EDWARDSIU.IA  ICTALURI  INFECTION  ^OF  S 
Aquat  /1mm.  Heiifth7(2):141-146.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Hayasaka:  Dep.  Microbiol.,  Clomson  Univ.,  Clemson,  SC  29634-1  909|  /c(a/u«is  tmnctatus. 


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95-008572  Na-Nakorn,  Ulhairat;  Somchai  Chantsawang  and  Wit  Tarnchalanukit.  RESPONSE  TO  MASS 
SELECTION  FORDI5EASE  RESISTANCE  IN  WALKING  CATFISH,  CtARIASMACROCEPHALUS.1  Appt  AqtiKiA 
4(4):65-73.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Aquacult.,  Fac.  Fish.,  Kaselsart  Univ.,  Bangkok  1  0900,  Thailand] 

95-006573  Noga,  Edward  ).  BACTERIA1  DISEASES  OFTEMPERATE  FRESHWATER  AND  ESTUARINC  FISHES 
In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopl,  editor,  p.  269-278.  1993.  FR  40(4} 

|Cotl.  Vet.  Med,  N.C.  S(ale  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607[  Data  for  33  species  in  North  America. 

9S-008574  Noonan,  Brian  and  Trevor  J.  Trust.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  AN  AEROMONAS  SALMONtCI&A 
MUTANT  WITH  ALTERED  SURFACE  MORPHOLOGY  AND  INCREASED  SYSTEMIC  VIRULENCE,  fmemafatf 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
•4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  ami  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-2  1  .  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biochem.  &  Microbiol.  &  Canadian  Bacterial  Dis,  Network,  Univ.  Victoria,  Victoria,  BC,  Can.i(to  VfiW 
3P6]  Oncorfiyncnus  mykiss. 

95-008575  Noidmo,  R.,  K,  J.  Varmaj  1.  H.  Sutherland  and  E.  S.  Brokken.  CLINICAL  EXPERIENCE  WITH 
FLORFENICOL  FOR  THE  TREATMENT  Of  FURUNCULOSIS  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON  SALMO  SALAR  L,  IN 
NORWAY.  Inlernai/onal  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hold,  Seajite, 
Washington,  September  43,  199-1.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  James  R.  Winton,  organizers.  p.  W-23.4,  I994.FR41)|4| 
[VESO  Vikan  AkvaVer,  Alhusstrand,  Norway] 

95-008576  Onarheim,  Anne  Mette;  Ra&nhitd  Wiik  and  Erko  Slackebrandt.  THE  COLD  WATER  VIBRIOSIS 
BACTERIUM  VIBRIO  SALMONIODA  AS  PART  OF  THE  INDIGENOUS  GUT  FLORA.  International  Symposium 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  >\-B,  IWi 
Ranald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p,  W-5.4,  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

95-OOB577  Oppegaard,  H.;  H.  Sorum  and  K.  Gravningen.  IN  VITRO  ANTIMICROBIAL  ACTIVITY  OF 
SULPHACHLORPYRIDAZINE  AND  SULPHADIAZINE  IN  COMBINATION  WITH  TRIMETHOPRIM  AGAINST 
BACTERIAL  FISH  PATHOGENS  J.  FrV>D/5.  18(4):371-376.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Norwegian  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  Dep.  Pharmacol.,  Microbiol.  &  Food  Hygiene,  P.O.  Box  8146  Dcp.,  0033  Oslo, 
Norway)  Sslmosalar. 

95-00857B  Pai,  Raghuvendra,  PATHOCENICITV  OF  FISH  POND  ASSOCIATED  MOTILE  AEROMONADS  IN 
THE  COMMON  CARP,  OTRINUS  CARPIO  COMMUNIS  L  Mysore/.  Agric.  Scl.  2B(4):377.  1  994.  Abstract  only 
FR40(4)  ' 

[Dep.  Rsh  Biol.,  Mangalore-575  002,  India) 

95-008579     Palm,  R.  C,  )r.;  M.  L  Landfill  and  R.  A,  Busch.  SPECIFIC  HUMORAL  RESPONSE  OF  RAINBOW 
TROUT  TO  INJECTION,  IMMERSION,  AND  ORAL  IMMUNIZATION  AGAINST  VIBRIO  ANGU1I.IAHW. 
International  Symposium  on  Aqoalic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  199-1.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  /ames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-24.1  1994.  PR  40(4) 
(Sch.  Fish.,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  98195)  Oncothynchus  myktss. 

95-OOB5BO  Paripatananont,  Tippawan  and  Richard  T.  Lovell.  RESPONSES  OF  CHANNEL  CATFISH  TEO 
ORGAN  1C  AND  INORGANIC  SOURCESOFZINCTO£DMMRD5/aM/CTAtl7W  CHALLENGE./  Aqual.Awn 
Health  7(2):1  47-1  54.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Lovell:  Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacull.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36849]  Ictalunu  punctatus. 


R'  '•  and  '•  E'  On8erlh'  ASSESSMENT  OF  THE  VIABILITY  OF  RENIRACltRWt 
uMr.        FLOW    CYT°WETRY    USING    PROPIDIUM    IODIDE    IN    TWO-COLOR 

MMUHWLUUR&CEttCUnternationat  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  He^ 

1994  FRft^  SepIemfaer-H  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winlon,  otganizers.  p.  W-1-1,5. 

[Natl.  Biol.  Suw,  Pac.  Norlhweit  Nat.  Scl.  Cent,  Seattle,  WA] 

1  T3'"6"  and  f'  L  Ursen-  ANTIBIOTIC  RESISTANCE  OF  VIBRIO  ANGUtUARUU, 
™MD  CONTENTS-  Acla  Vt*  **>"-  WK***.  1  ™-  In 


t'  WiCr0bit>l"  ^  Rsl1  Dis"  R°Val  Vet-  &  ASric-  Univ.,  Bulowsvej  13,  DK-1870 


f  mcr^.Sli°emal!er-  EFFECT  OF  TEMPERATURE,  SALT  CONCENTRATION  AND 
?™^  *  TE7)NS  2F  £DWAfiDS'EtW  'CWIUW.  International  Symposium  on  Aquft 
^KT^^^  Shtatan  Hotel'  5ea"/e'  ^sh/ngton,  September  4-ft  1094.  Ronald  P. 
ames  R.  mnlon.o^anizers.  p.W-11  4  1994  FR40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish  &  Allied  Aquacuit.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36B30]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

BACTERIAL  DISEASES  (Continued) 

95-00&584  Reed,  Peggy;  Penny  Gibbs;  Emmell  Shotts  and  Ruth  Francis-Floyd.  AN  UNIDENTIFIED 
MYCGPLASMATALES  FROM  GAME  FISH  IN  FLORIDA.  Proc,  InL  Assac.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med,  Vol.  25.  p.  105. 
1 994.  Abstracl  only,  FR  40(4) 

(Coll.  Vet.  Met!.,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  32601  ]  Micropterus  salmoides. 

95-008585  RobeMson,  P.  A.  W.  an'd  B.  Austin.  DISEASE  ASSOCIATED  WITH  CYPRINIDS  IMPORTED  INTO 
THE  UNITED  KINGDOM.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton 
Hotel  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  )  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  tames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 7,6. 
1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Heriot-Watt  Univ.,  Riccarlon,  Edinburgh  EH  14  4AS,  Scotland!  Carass/us  auratus  and  Cyprinus 
carpio. 

95-OQ85S6  Romalde, ).  L;  B.  Magarinos;  S.  Nunez;  A,  Silva;  ].  L.  Barja  and  A.  E.  Toranzo,  ASSESSMENT  OF 
BIONOR  MONO-KITS  FOR  DIAGNOSIS  OF  BACTERIAL  FISH  DISEASES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic 
Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  J994.  Ronald  P. 
Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-9.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Microbiol.  &  Parasitol.,  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  de  Compostela,  Santiago  dc  Compostela  15706, 
Spain] 

95-008567    Sakai,  M.;T.  Yoshida  and  M.  Kobayashl.  ACTIVIATION  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT,  ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS,  PHACOCVTIC  CELLS  BY  ADMINISTRATION  OF  BOVINE  LACTOFERRIN.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animai  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald 
P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  VWnlon,  organizers,  p.  P-78.  1 994,  FR  40(4) 
[Fac.  Agric,  Miyazaki  Univ.,  Miyazaki  889-21,  japan] 

95-008588     Salonius,  K.  and  S.  G.  Griffiths.  DETERMINATION  OF  CELL  SURFACE,  VIRULENCY  AND 
BIOCHEMICAL  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  VIBRIO  SAI.MONIODA  FROM  THE  BAY  OF  FUNDY.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  }994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p,  W-5.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Aqua  Health  Ltd.,  Chatlottelown,  PI,  Canada  C1 E  1  BO] 

95-008589  Santos,  Y.;  I.  Bandin;  F.  Pazos;  A'.  M.  Skarrnela  and  A,  E,  Toranzo.  IMMUNOLOGICAL 
CHARACTERIZATION  OF  EXTRACELLULAR  PRODUCTS  AND  CELL  SURFACE  COMPONENTS  OF  VIBRIO 
ANGUiLLARUM,  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel, 
Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  )994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-27,  1994. 
FR  40{4J 

[Dep.  Microbiol.  &  Parasitol.,  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  de  Compostela,  Santiago  de  Compostela,  Spain] 

95-008590  Senson,  P.  and  R.  M.  W.  Stevenson.  SURFACE  COMPARISONS  OF  TWO  STRAINS  OF  THE  FISFI 
PATHOGEN  RENIBACfERIUM  SALMONINARUM.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton, 
organizers,  p,  W-1 4.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Mfcrobiol.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Canada  N1G  2W1 1 

95-008591     Sholts,  Emmett  B.,  Jr.  and  Thomas  G.  Ncmetz.  SELECTED  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  SALMONIDS. 
to:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  364-372. 1 993.  FR  40(4) 
[Col  Vcl.  Med.,  Univ.  Ga.,  Athens  30601] 

95-008592     Smith,  Stephen  A.  INFECTIOUS  AND  ZOONOTIC  IMPLICATIONS  OF  MYCOBACTERIOSIS  IN 
SPAWNING  TROPICAL  FISH.  Proc.  Ini  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Mcd.  Vol.  26.  p,  41.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Biomed.  Sci.  &  Palhobiol.,  Va.-Md.  Reg.  Coll,  Vet.  Med.,  VI'I&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061-0442] 

95-008593  Sorum,  Unn  and  Borre  Robertsen.  CHEMICAL  AND  1MMUNOGENIC  PROPERTIES  OF  A 
POLYSACCHARIDE  FROM  THE  CELL  WALL  OF  RENIliACTERIUM  SALMONINARUM.  International  Symposium 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1 994. 
Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 4.1 .  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Mar.  Biochem,,  Norwegian  Coll.  Fish.  Sci.,  Univ.  Tromso,  N-9037  Tromso,  Norway]  Salmo  salar  in 
Norway. 

95-008594  Stanley,  L.  A.;  S.  S.  Hayasaka  and  T.  E.  Schwedler.  EFFECTS  OF  THE  IMMUNOMODULATOR 
ECTCtNASODIA  JURBINAJA  EXTRACT  ON  EDWARDSIELLA  ICTALURI  INFECTION  OF  CFIANNEL  CATFISH.  /. 
Aquat.  Anim.  Health  7(2):141-146.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Hayasaka:  Dep.  Microbiol.,  Clernson  Univ.,  Clcmson,  SC  29634-1 909]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

BACTERIAL  DISEASES  (Continued) 

95-QOB595  Steine,  N.  0.;  C.  O.  Melingen;  H.  I.  Wergeland;  P.  Lovik  and  T.  Maroy.  ANTIBODY  LEVELS 
AGAINST  VIBRIO  SALMONICIDA  IPS  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR  L),  VACCINATED  AF 
DIFFERENT  TIMES,  BEFORE  AND  DURING  SMOLTIFICATION.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animit 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hcdrick  and 
lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-112.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.  &  Mar.  Biol.,  Univ.  Bergen,  Bergen  High  Technol.  Cent.,  N-5020  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-008596  Stevenson,  R.  M.  W.;  K.  McAllister  and  P.  Sensor..  EPIDEMIOLOGICAL  APPLICATIONS  OF 
?H\Gt-TYP\NGO?AEROMONAS  SALMONICIDA.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health.-  Program 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R-  Winton, 
organizers,  p.  W-2.2.  1994.  FR4C(4( 

JDep.  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Guetph,  Guelph,  ON,  Canada  NIG  2W1  ] 

95-OOB597 '  Sloskopf,  Michael  K.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  GOLDFISH,  KOI,  AND  CARP,  In:  Fish  Modicnw 
Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  473-475. 1 993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Mecl.,  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607]  drassfoj 
auratus  and  Cyprinus  carpio. 

95-008598  Sloskopf,  Michael  K.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  SHARKS.  In;  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf, 
editor,  p.  774-776.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Mod.,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 

95-003599  Stoskopf,  Michael  K.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISHES.  In:  Fish  Meihcinf. 
Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  635-639.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vet,  Med.,  N.C.  State  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607) 

95-008600  Sloskopf,MichaelK.BACTERIALDISEASESOFFRESHWATER  TROPICAL  FISHES,  to:  fldi  Medicine. 
Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  559-563. 1 993.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med.,  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27<>07| 

95-008601  Suzuki,  S.;  K.  Kuroe  and  R.  Kusuda.  DIFFERENTIAL  PROPERTIES  OF  PORIN  LIKE-MAJOR  OU11R 
MEMBRANE  PROTEIN  OF  LIS7ONELIA  ANCUILLARA  AND  OTHER  BACTERIA.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8, 1994.  fioitald 
P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-S.S.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

(Fish  Dis.  Lab.,  Dep.  AquaculL,  Kochi  Univ.,  Nankoku,  Kochi  783,  Japan] 

95-008602     Taylor,  P.  W.  COMPARISON  OF  THREE  BIOCHEMICAL  TEST  SYSTEMS  USED   FOR  THE 
PHENpTYPIC  IDENTIFICATION  OF  BACTERIAL  PATHOGENS  FROM  CATFISH.  International  Symposium  or\ 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hole!,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-&,  1 994.  Konaki 
P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-10, 1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Southeast.  Fish.  Cult,  Lab.,  Nail.  Biol.  Surv.,  Marion,  AL] 

95-008603  Terland,  R.  and  O.  Evensen.  SENSITIVITY  AND  EFFICIENCY  EVALUATIONS  FOK  THE 
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL  IDENTIFICATION  OF  RENIBACTERIUM  SALMONINAKUM  IN 
PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED  TISSUES  OF  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SALAR  L).  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8, 1 99'}.  Konj,U 
P.  Hedrick  and  James  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-37.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Cenl.  Vet.  Lab.,  Dep.  Palhol.,  P.O,  box  81 56  Dep.,  N-0033  Oslo,  Norway] 

95-008604  Thomas,  Stephen  R.  and  Trevor).  Trust.  CLONING  AND  EXPRESSION  OF  THE  S-LAYER  I'ROTEIN 
OF  AEROMONAS  HYDROPHILA.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  AhsttMtt. 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington  September  4-S,  1994.  Ronald  /'.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  arganizcn 
p.P-25.1994.FR40(4) 

95-008605     Thornton,  Julian  C.  and  William  W.  Kay.  THE  DEVELOPMENT  OF  LIVE  VACCINES  FOR 
FURUNCULOSIS  LACKING  THE  A-LAYER  AND  0-ANTICEN  OF  AEROMONAS  SALMONICIDA.  /ntanadomf 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  james  R,  Winlon,  organizers,  p.  P-23,  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Micrologix  Biotech  Inc.,  Victoria,  BC,  Canadaf  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-008606  Thujie,  R,  L;  L.  A.  Stanley  and  M.  P.  Pena.  KINETICS  OF  ANTIBODY  PRODUCTION  IN  CHANNEL 
CATFISH  EXPOSED  TO  AN  EDWARDSIELIA  ICTAIURI  BACTCRIN  DELIVERED  BY  IMMERSION, 
IMMERSION/ORAL  COMBINATION,  AND  INJEOTON  METHODS.  hfemaf/ona/Sympos/um  on  A^iwl/oVifrra)1 
Health;  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  }  994.  Ronald  P.  Ilctliick  and 
lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-21,6. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Oep.  Vel.  ScL,  La,  Stale  Univ.  Agric.  Cent.,  Baton  Rouge  70803]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 

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95-008607    Thune,  Ronald  L.  BACTERIAL  DISEASES  OF  CATFISHES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K  Stoskoof 

editor,  p.  511-520.  1993.  FR  40(4)  '  p' 

|Dep.  Vet.  Microbiol.  &  Parasilol,,  La.  State  Univ.  School  Vel.  Med.,  Baton  Rouge  70803]  Ictalurus  punctatut. 

95<KJ860S  Tiainen,  T.;  J.  L.  Larsen  and  S.  Pelkonen.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  VIBRIO  ANCUILLARUM 
STRAINS  ISOLATED  FROM  DISEASED  FISH  IN  FINLAND.  Ada  Vet.  Scand.  35<4):355-362.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Royal  Vel.  &  Agcic.  Univ.,  Dep.  Vet.  Microbiol.,  Lab.  Fish  Dis.,  Buelowsvej  13,  DK-1870  Frederiksberc  C 
Denmark] 

95-008609  Toranzo,  A.  E.;  S.  Devesa;  (.  L.  Romalde;  J.  Lamas;  A.  Riaza;  ).  Leiro  and  I  L  Baria  EFFICACY  OF 
INTRAPERITONEAL  AND  IMMERSION  VACCINATION  AGAINST  ENTEROCOCCUS  SP  INFECTION  IN 
rURBOT./\fruacu/lure134(1,2):1  7-27.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Microbiol.  &  ParsitoL,  Fac.  Biol.,  Univ.  Santiago  de  Composlela,  Santiago  de  Compostela  1  5706  Spain! 
Scophlhatmus  rnaximus.  ' 

95-00861  G  Trust,  Trevor  ).  MOLECULAR  APPROACHES  TO  AF.ROMONAS  SALMONICIDA  AND  THE 
DISEASES  nCMJSES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts  Sheraton  Hotel 
Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winlon,  organizers,  p.  111-2,  1994^ 

(Dep.  Biochem.  &  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Victoria,  Victoria,  BC,  Canada] 

95-008611  Umelo,  E.  and  T.  J.  Trust.  CONSTRUCTION  OF  A  CENOMIC  MAP  OF  AEROMONAS 
SAtMONlCIDA,  STRAIN  A450.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health-  Program  and  Abstracts 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  p.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers 
p.F-12.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Univ.  Victoria,  Victoria,  BC,  Canada] 

95-000612  Varriale,  A.  M.;  D.  Ccrri;  S.  Cecchini;  C.  Prelti  and  P.  Berni.  [EFFECTS  OF  THE  ANTIBIOTICS 
THERAPY  ON  [NTESTINAL  MICRO  FLORA  IN  DICENTRARCHUS  LABRAX.\  Measures  (or  Success-  Abstracts  of 
Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,"  Bordeaux,  France  March 
23-25,  1994.  /.  MuirandF.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur,  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p  176-177  1994  In  French 
and  English.  FR40(4) 

(Dip.  Sci,  Anal.,  Fisiol.  Pmd.  Anim.,  Vialo  Piagge  2,  1-56124  Pisa,  Italy] 

35-0086  13  Vvada,  Shinpei;  Kazuyo  Nakamura  and  Klshlo  Hatal.  FIRST  CASE  OF  OCHROCONIS  HUMICOtA 
INFECTION  IN  MARINE  CULTURED  FISH  IN  JAPAN.  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):  1  25-1  26.  1  995.  In  English  with  Japanese 
SLmm,  FR  40(4)  ' 

[Div.  Fish  Dis,,  Nippon  Vel.  &  Anim.  Sci.  Univ.,  Kyohnan-cho  1-7-1,  Musashino,  Tokyo  180,  Japan]  Inlmicus 

japontcus.  '      ' 

35-008614  Wagner,  U,;  D.  Haedge  and  K.  Droessler.  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  MONOCLONAL 
ANTIBODIES  AGAINST  EXTRACELLULAR  PROTEASES  FROM  TYPICAL  AEROMONAS  SALMONIODA 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hcdrick  and  tames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-1  4  1994  FR  40(4)  ' 

[Inst.  Zoo!,,  Univ.  Leipzig,  Talstr.  33,  04  1  03  Leipzig,  Germany] 

95-008615  Whiltington,  R.  J.;  S.  P.  Djordjevic;  J.  Carson  and  R.  B.  Calllnan.  RESTRICTION  ENDONUCl  EASE 
ANALYSIS  OF  ATYPICAL  ACROMONAS  SAIMONICIDA  ISOLATES  FROM  GOLDFISH  CARAWW  AURATW 
SILVER  PERCH  BtDYANUS  BIDYANUS,  AND  GREENBACK  FLOUNDER  RHOMBOSOIF.A  TAPMNAM 
AUSTRALIA.  Dis.  Aquat.  Org.  22(3):1  85-1  91  .  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[New  South  Wales  Agric,  Elizabeth  Macarthur  Agric.  Inst,,  PMB  8  Camden,  N.S.W.  2570,  Australia) 

95-009&16    Wrens,  G.  D.;  M.  S.  Chien;  J.  R.  Winlon  and  S.  L.  Kaattari.  ANALYSIS  OF  THE  MECHANISM  OF 
ALMONID  LEUKOCYTE  AGGLUTINATION  BY  RENIBACTERIUM  SAIMONINARUM  P57    Inernatic™! 
Synipoiium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington  September 
fS,  1  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-14.4.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Mol.  MJcroblol.  &  Immunol.,  Orcg.  l-lcalth  Sci.  Univ.,  Portland  97201  ] 


Tmr,r,  J'  A'  Plumb'  THE  OLrACTORY  SYSTEM  OF  EDWARDSIELLA  ICJALURI 

INFECTED  CHANNEL  CATFISH,  /nternaliona/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts 
n^.^L5*3'^'  Was/i/nglon,  September  4-B,  /  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  ormnirers 
p.  P-33.  19'94,FR40(4)  "       '      ' 

[Dep.  Anal,  &  HIsloL,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36B30|  Ictnlurus  ptmctatus. 
05-008618     Wood,  P.  A.;  G.  D.  Wicns;  J.  S.  Rohovoc  and  D.  D.  Rockcy.  IDENTIFICATION  OF  AN 

nKTtMr?LF?nlSAL^  S^XS™  60-KILODALTON  RENIBAOERIUM  'sALMONINAWM  PROTElK 
DISTINCT  FROM  p57:  IMPLICATIONS  FROM  IMMUNODIAGNOSTICS.  ;.  Aquat.  Anim.  Health  7(2}:95-103. 

[Rocfiey:  tab.  Intracell,  Parasites,  Rocky  Mt.  Lab.,  Nail.  Inst.  Allergy  &  Infect.  Dis.,  Hamilton,  MT  59840[ 


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5$%Sj  AND  ALGAL  DISEASES  OF  SHARKS' 

|Dep.  Companion  Anim.  &  Special  Species  Med,  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  N.C,  Slate  Univ.,  Raleigh  27607] 
95-000634     Yuasa,  Kei  and  Kishio  Hatai.  RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN  PATHOGEN  I  CITY  DF  WPPDI  IT-MM  COD 
Sn^C^^  B!OLOC'CAL  -ARAciSS^^ 

|N,ppon  Vei.  &  Anim.  Sci,  Univ.,  1-7-1  Kyonan-Cho,  Musashino,  Tokyo  1  flO,  Japan]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

PROTOZOAN  DISEASES 

95-008635     Anlonfo,  D.  B.  and  R.  P.  Hedrlck.  EFFECT  OF  WATER  TEMPERATURE  ON  INFFrnnMC  U/ITU  Tur 

S™™reROOTOZO°NS 


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Med  Vol.  26.  p.  38-39,  1  995.  FR  40(4)  UKUUUb  I  ULK.  /  roc.  Int  Assoc.  Aqunt,  Anim. 

[Univ.  Calif.,  Bodega  Mar.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  247,  Westside  Rd.,  Bodega  Bay  94923J  Oncorf^c/iw  tstoivyfjcha 

[hiofckafdo  Fish  Hatch.,  Kitakashlwagi  3-373,  Eniwa,  Hokkaido  06M4  Japan] 

p.  P-1  16.  1994.  FR  40(4)  ''•--"-  nu»wru  r.  neancK  ana  James  R,  Wmton,  organizers. 

[Dcp.  MGd.  &  Epldemlol,  Sell.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Calif,  Davis  9561  6]  Oncorhynchus  tshawytscha 


[Ccnl.  Salmon  Dls.  Res.  Dep.  Mlcroblol,  Oreg.  State  Univ.,  Corvallls  9733  1  ] 

^ 

"*^rr°?*™^M«ract,Uer^ 
fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-7.4.  1994.  FR40(4)       s'"nt>(on'  aeP«™wM-e,  I994.  RonaWP.  Hednckand 
(Coll.  Val.  Med.r  Miss,  State  Univ.,  Mississippi  Stale  39762] 


[Pole:  Coll.  Vet.  Med,  Miss.  Slate  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  9825,  Mississippi  Stale  3976M825]  fcrtm«  pUnc,,l,0s 

,AraBNELiLcipsrrS 
zc^^Ss 

INall.  Blol.  Surv.y  Nail.  Fish,  Res,  Cent.,  Dlxon,  CA)  Icialurus  punctetus 

[Mar.  Res.  Inst.,  Dop.  Environ.  Prot.,  100  Eighth  Ave.  SE,  St.  Petersburg,  FL  33701-5095] 
|Cofl.  Vet.  Mcd,,  N.C.  Slale  Univ.,  4700  Hlllsborough  St.,  Raleigh  27606) 


1995 


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PROTOZOAN  DlSEA3£S(CMltnued) 

95.008645     Bruno,  David  W-  Rjrharri  n  r  it- 

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95-008653    Chosli  A  K-tJ  r  n 

KWM  IN  HOOCHL;  ^Tft,C?^^ALLa^DLK  ON  TR,CHOD,N,D  INrESTATlON 

^8654     HoffmannRw   M  r,  '20:201-207.  1988.  ^40(4) 


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lUfliv.  Befge'n,  Sp  n"h.&Mar'  ef  f'  ™  40(4)  '  S^temfie'^  1994.  Ronald  P.  H«//frA  and 

10  .,  HiB,  N-5020  Bergen,  Norway] 


FR  40(4) 

11.1 

1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

PROTOZOAN  DISEASES  (Conlinucd) 

95-008658     Kent,  M.  L;  D.  J,  Whilalecr  M   I    Hi™™  •  i  M  m     i, 

PROLIFERATE    KtQNfY   DISEASE    MN    CH^NO™    <  ?  ±T  '""'  S'  C  °Jm'  MANIFESTATION  OF 

FOLLOWING  TRANSFER  OF  INFECTED  SM^LT  ^T°O  SEA  mrrR  f  '  £'?T?'  -I™0""    '»'™™O^ 

wUh  Japanese  summ.  FR  40(4)  WAFER.  f(ih  P,uhol  .tO[2).93-9f(.  W5   Inlm-Uri 

[Dep.  Fish.  *  Oceans,  Bol  Sci.  Brand,,  P,c_  Bio..  S,,,  Nana.mo,  BC.  CanacM  V9R  5K6  ,,^o,^,o~  ,| 

CaS^^^^ 

a^AfewcfcawalortWokseatt^ 

organizers.  p.W-10.2.  1994.  FR  40(4)  *'*"'-  ^/wmntr-4-B,  1994  boruhlP.  Hednrt  an-J  Limes  K  Wmtw. 

|Dep.  Zaol.,  Natl.  Taiwan-Univ.,  Taipei  1  0764,  Taiwan] 


1MPACT  OF  A 


95-006660     Kumaraguru,  A.   K-    F    W    H     Rpamich 

HAEMOFLACELIATB:  CRVPTOBM  SALMOsmc*  KM?  nrir 

PERFORMANCE  OF  RAINBOW  TraftlSSSSvNCH^  ,.AN()   SWIMM'Nf  '• 

1995,  FR  40(4)  v-"^L>Ai-<t/YU*Ui  MVK/ii  (WALRAUM).  /.  Fnh  Dn   1«(.lj:297-K>.i 

(Beamish:  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Canada  NIC  2W1  1 


"osram  ana  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel  Seattle,  Washington,  September  >l-8.  IW4  Romld  f>  Hcitrick  and  hm 
R  Wfnton,  organtzers,  p.W-6.6.  1994.  FR  40(4)  ^»u/a/.  n^incK  ana  i,iii,f>>> 

[Dep.  Zoo!.,  Natl.  Taiwan  Univv  Taipei  1  0764,  Taiwan]  Anguill*  japonic*,  in  Taiwan 


Res,  Unit,  Dep.  B,ol.,  Univ.  Plymouth,  Drake  Circus,  Plymouth,  Devon  PL4  BA,  England] 

MICROSPORIDOSIS  IN  FARMED  ATLANTIC  HALIBUT  IARVAE 


rm      H.  'lom0»Q»,!n) 

Program  md^bsr/actt.  Sfteraton  HoieA  Sea»/e,  Washmgton,  SepiemfieM^,  ;994.  RonM  Pllntrick 
fames  R.  Winton,  organrzets.  p.  P-46.  1994.  FR  40[4| 
[Dep.  Fish.  &  Marinebiol..,  Univ.  Bergen,  Norway] 


D'  ]'  Speaie;  M"  A'  Tho'burn;  A-  Cook;  D.  Morrison  and  1  1.  W,  Ferguson. 
D  CHLORAMINE-T  FOR  CONTROL  OF  A  MIXED  Gill    INFECTION 

?  LL  DISEASE  AND    ICHTHYOBODIASIS)  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT.  /.  Aquat.  Anim.   Health 
7\2y.l  10-123.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

fFisfi  Patho).  Lab.,    Dep.   Pathol.,   Ontario  Vet.  Coll.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Caiwclj  NIG  2VV11 
Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-008666  Paperna,  I.  ULTRASTRUCTURAL  AND  DEVELOPMENTAL  AFFINITIES  OF  PISCINE  COCCIDIA 
DM.  Aqval.  Org.  22(l);G7-76.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Anim.Sdv  Fac.  Agricult.  Hebrew  Univ,  Jerusalem,  Rehovot  76-100,  Israel] 

95-OOS667  Poynton,  S.  L;  W.  Fraser;  R.  Francis-Floyd;  P.  Reed;  P.  Rutledge  and  T.  Nerad.  RECENT  ADVANCES 
^N  OUR  UNDERSTANDING  Of-  IDENTIFICATION,  HOST-PARASITE  RELATIONSHIPS,  AND  BIOLOGY  OF 
DIPLOMONAD  FLAGELLATES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  ami  Abstracto 
Sheraton  Hotct,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  p.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Wimon.  organiie/s 
p.  W-lfi.2.1994.  FR40{4) 

[Vol.  Palhol.,  Arn>ed  Forces  Inst,  Palhol,,  Washington,  DC|  Pterophyltum  scahre,  Salvelinus  fantinalis,  and 
Mehnogfttmmus  aeglefinus. 

95-OO86&8      Qi,  Ying  and  Rfchard  A.  Heckniann.  MORPHOLOGICAL  AND  HOST-SYMBIONT  STUDIES  OF 
JRICHODINA  1ENUIFORM1S  AND  APIOSOMA  CAMPANULAJUM  INFESTING  MOTTLED  SCUl  PIN  (CO77U5 
BAIROI)  PROM  PROVO  RIVER,  UTAH.  Greal  Basfn  Wai.  55(3):258-266.  1995.  FR  401-1) 
IHeckmann:  Dep.  Zool.,  Brigham  Young  Univ.,  Provo,  UT  84602] 

95-000669  Sfcfdalr,  M.  E.;  L.  N,  Measures  and  S.  S.  Desser.  SEASONAL  CHANGES  IN  ERYTHROCYTE 
OSMOTIC  FRAGILITY  AND  HAEMATOCRIT  IN  AMERICAN  PLAICE  INFECTED  WITH  HAfMOHORMUMIM 
JfRRANOVAE.J.  Fish  Bsol.  47<1):1-6.  1995.  FR40(4) 

fDep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Toronto,  Toronto,  OH  Canada  M5S  1A1  ]  Hippoglossan 

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95-008670  Sultana,  Q.  and  R.  Woollen.  MYXOBILAJUS  CASIIROSUI  DAVIS  1944  urn™ 
MYXOSPOREA)  IN  THE  KJDNEY  OF  THREE-SPINED  STICKLEBAO  tcASWOSlW  ?  ACU  ™ 
International  Sympoaum  on  AquaiK  Animal  Httolth;  Program  and  Abstracts.  S 

SopiembeM-fl,  1334.  Ronald  P.  H&lrick  and  lame*  R.  Winton.  organizers  p  W-i  66  1994  FR  £.7 
[Inst.  Aquacull.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling,  Scotland!  '  "  ' 


|Dep.  Vet.  Microbiol.  &  Parasitol.,  La.  State  Unfv.  School  Vet.  Med,  Baton  Rouge  70803] 

95-008672  Toyohara,  Haruhiko;  Masato  Kinoshila;  llcuo  Klmura;  Mikio  Salako  and  Mn 
NATURALLY  OCCURRING  HEAT-STABLE  INHIBITORS  FOR  CATHEPSIN  IU  !K  'PROTEASE 
HAKE  MUSCLE,  NFECTED  BY  MYXOSPORIDIAN  PARASITES.  ffah.5d.  6?(3)  "5  -  32°Y.95 
|0ep.  F,5h.,  far.  Ag.rc.,  Kyoto  Un,V.,  Kyoto  606-01  ,  Japan)  MCT/UCC/UJ  prat/ucfus. 


SS^L^V'™^160^^^^ 

FSHES.  MlemaooM/  Sympoaum  on  ^quat/c  An/ma/  Hea/i/,:  /Yojyam  anrf  ^fai(racts  Sheralon^  * 

Sappiio,  Japan] 


95-008674     Uravva,  Shigehiko  and  Kazuya  Naaasawa.  PRCVAI  ENfP  Or-  (uvvnuoi/ic  ADrr,r,  • 


[Inst.  Cywl.,  Russran  Acad.  Sci.,  Si.  Petersburg,  Russia]  I       «•  )  J  Ji.    K  W(l) 


|F,sh  DB.  Lab.,  fBSi.  Anim.  Pa.hol,,  Univ.  Berno,  Langgnsss.r.  1  22,  CH-301  2  Berne,  Switzerland] 

[Div.  Wildl.,  P.O.  Box  128,  Brush,  CO  80723]  C^orhync/ui  mykis*  and  Mmo  frul(a. 

^  CENFTIC  VAR,ATION  I. 

a2^3^  'N  C°MM°N  CARP  ^PKINUS  ^«™'. 

'.  CMEMORESPONSE  OF  SOMI 


-j.  p.  W-7.5.  1994.  FR f  40(4)     s     '  J^[emoer  «*•  "94.  Donald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R. 

|Dep.  Fish,  Fac.  Agric,  Univ.  Tokyo,  Bimkyo-ku,  Tokyo,  japan|  C,rassfcjs  au«ftis  3r,d  Cyp.n,,  carpto 

VIRAL  DISEASES 

95-000681     Balls.  W.  N.  3nrl  i  o  UK-.,,.,  r\n-r,. ,,-,,., ^  _.  .„ „ 

,  OF  DNA  PROBES  FOR  FISH  VIRUSES. 


t.  Sci.  Cent., 

FR  40(4) 


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95-008632  Bayliff,  William  H.,  editor  QUARTERLY  REPORT  JANUARY-MARCH  1995  OF  THE 
INTER-AMERICAN  TROPICALTUNA  COMMISSION.  toleMm.  Trap.  Tuna  Comm.  Q.  Rep.  45|>.  fan.-M.ir.  1  !)9!i. 
In  English  and  Spanish.  FR  40(4) 

IScripps  InsE.  Oceanogr.,  8604  La  Jolla  Shores  Dr.,  La  Jolla,  CA  92037-1 508] 

95-003633  Biering,  E.,-  F.  Nilsen;  O.  M.  Rodseth  and  J.  Glette.  CHALLENGE  OF  ATLANTIC  HALIBUT  WITI I 
INFECTIOUS  PANCREATIC  NECROSIS  VIRUS  (IPNV).  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health: 
Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1M4.  Ronald  I'.  Hedrick  .tmllanws 
K,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-3.  1 994.  FR  40(4} 

[Insr.Mar,  Res,,  Dep.  Aquacult., P.O. Box  1 870,  N-S024  Bergen  Nordnes, Norway] H/p/JOR/ossus hippoultmtis 
fn  No  way. 

95-006684  BJorklund,  H,  V.;  K.  H.  Hlgman  and  G.  Kurath.  MOLECULAR  COMPARISON  OF  THE  FISH 
RHABDQVIRUSES  SVCV,  HRV  AND  IHNV  BY  THEIR  GLYCOPROTEIN  AND  POI.YMERASE  GENE 
SEQUENCES  .international  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Si'Mtt; 
V  Washington,  September  4$,  1994.  Ranald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 2.6.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
|Nall,  Biol.  Surv.,  Pac.  Northwest  Nat.  Sci.  Cent.,  Seattle,  WA] 

95008635  Brake,  S.;  W.  Schill;  P.  McAllister;  M.-K.  Lee,  ).  Singer  nnd  B.  Nicholson.  DETECTION  AND 
IDENTIFICATtON  OF  AQUATIC  BIRNAVIRUSES  BY  A  PCR  ASSAY.  International  Symposium  on  Atiuath:  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  I  fJJH  Ronaltl  I'.  I  letlrii:k  HIM  I 
lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1. 1.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Oep,  Biochem.j  Microbiol.  &  Mol.  Biol.,  Univ.  Maine,  Orono  044G9] 

95-Q08&86  Boolland,L.M.;H.V.Lorz;B.S.Drolet;S.-).Chon;J.L  Fryer;  J.S.Rohovui:andJ.(;.l.i!imR.(:URRENr 
STATUS  OF  STUDIES  ON  THE  LIFE  CYCLE  OF  INFECTIOUS  HEMATOPOICTIC  NECROSIS  VIRUS  (II INV). 
international  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  ami  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  48,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-4. 1 .  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Microbiol,,  Oreg.  Slate  Univ.,  Corvallls  97331]  Lampctra  trklcntatn,  Cntostomm  imaoc.huitos, 
Ptychacheilus  oiegonensis,  and  Prosopium  williamsoni, 

95-008667  Boucher,  P.;  R.  S.  Raynard;  G.  Houghlonj  F.  Laurencrn  Baudin.  COMPARATIVE  EXPERIMENTAL 
TRANSMISSION  OF:  PANCREAS  DISEASE  IN  ATLANTIC  SALMON,  RAINBOW  TROUT  AND  BROWN  IR(  H I  r. 
Drs,  Aquat.  Oig.  22(1 ):  19-2-1. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

jBaucfin:  CNEVA  Brest,  Lab.  Pathol.  Antm,  Aqu.il,,  BP  70,  F-292110  Plou/anc,  Francci)  Sntmo  sa/.ir,  .V  truti.\, 
and  Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008688  Bowser,  P,  R,;  ],  W.  Casey;  V.  M.  Vogt;  F.  M.  Poulet;  S.  Quadcenbush  and  I ).  M.irllniriui.  WAI  I  CVl 
DERMAL  SARCOMA  VIRUS:  A  NOVEL  RETROVIRUS  THAT  CAUSES  TLJMORS  IN  FISH.  lnKmi\tlon,tl 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  ami  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle.  Washington,  Senti-inlit-r 
4-9,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-22.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Avian  &  Aquat.  Anlm.  Med.,  Coll.  Vet.  Mod.,  Cornell  Univ.,  Ithaca,  NY  MB53|  Sti/owdion  vilwun. 

95-OQB&B9  Calle,  Paul  P.;Traccy  S.  McNamara  and  Yvonne  Kress.  HERPESVIRUS  ASS(  JCIATEI )  ( :i  I  I'ANI  ( >l  IS 
PAPILIOMAS  IN  KOI  CARP  (CYPRINUS  CARP1O).  Proc.  Inl.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anlm.  Med.  Vol.  2fi.  n.  IIMI^,  1  'I'Ci 
FR  40|4) 

IWildf.  Health  Sci.,  Wildl.  Conserv.  Soc.,  Bronx,  NY  1 0460-1 099] 

^5-OOa&90  Christie,  K,  E.;  B.  Hjellncs;  G.  K.  Tolland;  P.  R.  Flood  and  It.  Spiisowska,  INI'ECTIVC  SAIMON 
ANAEMIA  (ISA)-ASSOCIATED  MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES  GENERATED  BY  SUHlRAf  IlVf 
IMMUNIZATION.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  /V«#fiim  iiwM/wirarts1  S7jcf,iinti  Ht>t<<l 
Seattle,  Washlnston,  September  4-8,  19!)1.  Ronald  I'.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Wintoit,  oiKiini/i'r-,.  p,  P  (».  1  «|'M! 

[Intejvct  Norbio,  Bergen,  Norway]  Salmo  snlar. 

95-008691  Conglelon,  J.  and  B.  Sun.  INTRINSIC  AND  EXTRINSIC  RESISTANCE  OF  Al  )l  lEKf NT  (  II I S  fROM 
THE  ANTERIOR  KIDNEY  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  TO  INFECTIOUS  I  IEMATOPOIF.TIC  NI'C'KOSIS  VIRUS 
tntemittmul  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Stwtlt'  WMhtnutnn 
September  4-0,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-4  2  1994  fR  4  ()('))  ' 

[Coop.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Ros.  Unit,  Dep.  Fisli  &  Wildl.  Rcsour.,  Univ.  Idaho,  Moscow  B3fM:)]  OinwIwnhtK 
ntjiflpis^ 

95-008692    Crane,  M.  S.;  C.  L.  McRao;  L.  M.  Williams  and  N.  Gudkovs.  IDENTIFICATION  OF  f  ISI I  VIRl  ISl  S 
BV  IMMUNOGLOT  TECHNIQUE.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Pnwnm  am 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  I'.  Hedrick  nnd  lamm  K  Winton 
p.P-7.  1994.  FR  40(4)  i«nis*.mnum, 

fAAHL  Fish  DIs.  Lab.,  Auslallnn  Anlm.  Health  Lab.,  CSIRO  Div.  Anlm.  l-leallli,  GcoloiiR,  Vic.,  AuslMlfnl 

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|l*l.  HyrJroblol.,  Acad.  Sinlca,  Wuhan,  China|  Cyp,ims  arp!o  ,lnl|  Oonop/w^jodo,,  He»a 

FR  40{-1)  «ww«<  '  -  /  icancK  ami  lames  R.  Wmion,  organixcrs.  p.  W-4.5.  1  994. 

[Dep.  MkndXol.  &  Salmon  Dfa.  lab.,  Ores.  Stare  Univ.  Corvallls  97331  ]  Oncoriyndu*  mykiss 


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\^l^^Heatth'Pro?ramantl ^tracts.  Sheraton  Ho(e45ai£  VW.sW/wtoU  -nto"N"^n''"  ^"'/'^^n,  on 
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95-008715  Kuralh,  G.;  K.  H.  Higman  and  K  Bjorklund.  COMPARATIVE  ANALYSIS  OF  NON  VISION  Mi 
GENES  AND  CLVCOPRQTEIN-POLYMERASE  GENE  JUNCTIONS  IN  THE  FISH  RHABDOVIRUSES  IHNV.HEV. 
VHSV,  AND  SVCV.  International  Symposium  an  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hwi 
Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  J  994.  Ronald  P.  Hediick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers  p  VV-4  4  19?i 
FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Biol.  Surv.,  Pac.  Northwest  Nat.  Sci.  Cent.,  Seattle,  WAJ 

95-008716  laPatra.S.  E.;R.  P.  HedrickjK,  A.  Lauda;  C.R.Jones;  J.Congelton  and  J.  R.  Winton.  INDUQlGV 
OF  PROTECTION  FROM  IHNV  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT  BY  PREEXPOSURE  TO  AVIRULENT  SALMGVD 
VIRUSES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Smi 
Washington,  September  4-Bf  f994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-4.6.  1 994.  FR  4(YH 
fCtear  Springs  Foods,  Inc.,  Buhl,  ID)  Oncorbynchus  mykiss. 

95-008717  LaPatra.S.  E.;  J,  M.  Groff;  K.  A.  Lauda;  B.  Munn  and  C.  R.  Jones.  DERMATITIDES  IN  CULTUMD 
RAINBOW  TROUT.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Ite*). 
Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  RonafcJ  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R,  Winton,  organizers,  p.W-105  1SW 
FR  40(4) 

[Clear  Springs  Foods,  Inc.,  Butil,  ID]  Oncorhyncbus  mykiss. 

95-008718  LaPalra,  S.  £;  K-A.  Lauda  and  G.  R.  Jones.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  PASSIVE  IMMUNOTMERAfYfOS 
CONTROL  OF  IHN.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  llwl 
Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-S,  W4.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  oraanizvrs  u.  I'-S  1fW 
FR40(4) 

[Clear  Springb  Foods,  Inc.,  Buhl,  ID|  Oncorhynchus  mykiss, 

95-008719  Leong,J.C.MOLECULARAPPROACHESTO TAXONOMY,  EPI2OOTIOLOGV,  AND  DIAGNOSIS 
OF  VIRAL  DISEASES  OF  FISH.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  dbjiHCH 
Sheraton  Hotel,  SeaUfe  Washington,  September  'I-S,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winttin,  uiunueiL 
p.llM.1994.FR4Q[4) 

[Cent.  Salmon  Dis.  Res.  &  Dep.  Microbiol.,  Oreg.  State  Univ.,  Corvallis  97331 1 

95-008720  Lupianf,  B.;  K.  Subramanian;  S.  K.  Samal  and  F.  M.  Helrick.  GENETIC  ANALYSIS  AND  GENCM 
CODING  ASSIGNMENTS  OF  AQUAREOVIRUSES.fnter/ialiona/Sympos/um  on  Aquatic  AntmalHealthirroyr. 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hole!,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  {ami's  K  Winw 
o/ga/iizers.  p.  W-22.5.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|CoH,  Vet.  Mcd.,  Univ.  Mti,  College  Park  20742] 

95-00.8721  McAllister,  Philip  E.  and  Mkhael  K,  Stoskopl.  MARINE  TROPICAL  FISH  VIRUSES.  In:  fish  M&Km 
MtchaelK.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  642-&46. 1 993.  FR  40(4) 

[U.S.  Fish  &  WBdl.  Serv.,  Natl.  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV] 

95*08722    McAllister,  Philip  E. COLD-WATER  MARINE  FISH  VIRUSES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K. 
editor,  p,  697-7 11.1 993.  FR  40(4) 

[U.S.  Fish  &  Wild.  Serv.,  Nail.  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV]  Data  for  43  species. 

95-008723    McAllister,  Philip  E.  GOLDFISH,  KOI,  AND  CARP  VIRUSES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K. 
editor,  p.  478-486. 1993.  FR  40(4) 

|U.S  Fish  &  Wild),  Serv.,  Nail.  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV]  Cwnop/jaryn«xfon  fctetti,  fwirr  • 
carpto,  Carasjiuj  auraius,  and  Wotemigonos  cfyso/eucas. 

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[US.  Fish  &  WiJtll.  Serv.,  Nail.  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV)  Xiphophorus  and  Oianna. 

H^raSlS1^  E'  SALMONID  FISH  VIRUSES' /n;  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  SfosAoy,/,  crfw 
[U.S.  Fish,  &  Wildt.  Serv.,  Natl  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV] 

^M^^^T161  K- stoskopf' SHARK  VIRUSES' /n:  ** ****** 

(US.  Hsh  &  Wildl.  Serv.,  Nail,  Fish  Health  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WV] 


[U.S.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Serv.,  Natl.  Fish  Heallh  Res.  Lab.,  Kearneysville,  WVj  Data  for  25  species, 

95-008728    Mellergaard,Stlgand  Else  Nielsen.  IMPACT  OF  OXYGEN  DEFICIENCY  ON  THE  DISEASE  STAlli 
*~"  LOM.MON  DAB  UMANDA  UMANDA.  Dis  Aauat  O/e  J7(?Mrti  11  A  1001;   CD  Af\iA\ 

fn.anich  Inei    Fitk     fl    KJ        d          r\  -»j'*("'a*.  *^"5n*.*^i^.  lui    111.   \  jjj.  ri\  HW^f  f 

Denmarkl  '  P'        '  EC°''J  Flsh  Dis' Lab"  ButowsveJ  13'  DK  1070 

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VJRAL  DfSEASES  (Continued) 

95-008729  Meyers,  T.  R.;  S.  Short;  K.  Lipson;  W.  N.  Balls  and  J.  R.  Winton.  PACIFIC  COD  CADUS 
MACRQCEPHALUS  AND  PACIFrC  HERRING  CLUPEA  HARENCUS  PALLASI  ARE  MARINE  RESERVOIRS  OF 
VIRAl  HEMORRHACEC  SEPTICEMIA  VIRUS  IN  NORTH  AMERICA.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health-  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hetlrick  and 
fames  K.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1  2.2.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  tuneau  Fish  Palhol.  Lab.,  Juneau,  AK]  Oncorhynchus,  Cactus  macrocephalus,  and  Clupea 
paflasi. 

95-008730    Muroga,  K.;  X  Nakar  and  T.  Nishizawa.  VIRAL  DISEASES  IN  JAPANESE  SEAWATER  PEN  CULTURE. 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hediick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  V-2.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Fac.  Appl.  Biol.  Sci.,  Hiroshima  Univ.,  Higashi-Hiroshima,  Japan] 

95-O08731  Nakajima,  K.  and  M.  Sorimachi.  ISOLATION  AND  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  MONOCLONAL 
ANTIBODIES  AGAINST  YELLOWTA3L  ASCITES  VIRUS.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health: 
.Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  /  994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  ami  lames 
K,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1.  2.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Natl.  Res.  Insl.  Aquacult,  Fish.  Agency,  Nansei,  Mie  516-01,  Japan]  Seriola  quinqueradiata,  S.  aurcavittatn, 
and  Parapristipama  trilineatum. 

93-OQB732  Nakajima,  Kazuhjro;  Yukio  Maeno;  Miklo  Fukudome;  Yutaka  Fukuda;  Sliinji  Tanaka;  Saloru 
Matsuoka  and  Miriam  Sorrmachi.  IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE  TEST  FOR  THE  RAPID  DIAGNOSIS  OF  RED  SEA 
BREAM  IRIDOVIRUS  INFECTION  USING  MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODY.  Fish  Pathol.  30(2):115-1  19.  199.1.  In 
Engfish  with  Japanese  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Nall.  Res.  Inst.  Aquacull.,  Fish.  Agency,  Nansei  Mie  516-01,  Japan]  Pagrus  major. 

95-008  733  Nefson,  R,  T.;  M.  F.  McLoughlin;  H.  M.  Rowley;  M.  A.  Flatten  and  J.  I.  McCormlck.  ISOLATION  OF 
A  TOGA-LIKE  VIRUS  FROM  FARMED  ATLANTIC  SALMON  SALMO  SALAR  WITH  PANCREAS  DISEASE.  Dfe. 
Aquat.  Qrg.  22{1):25-32,  1995.  FR40(4) 

(Fish  DJs.  Unit.,  Vel,  Sci.  Div.,  Dep.  Agfic  Northern  Ireland,  Stormont,  Belfast  BT4  3SD,  Northern  Ireland] 

95-O08734  NlshJzawa,  T.;  M.  Ariniolo;  T.  Nakai  and  K.  Muroga.  AN  UNSUCCESSFUL  CASE  IN  PCR-BAStD 
ELIMINATION  OFSPAWNERS  AS  ACONTROL  METHOD  OF  VNN  IN  STRIPED  JACK.  International  Symposium 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-tl,  1994. 
KonafdP.  Hedrick  and  James  R.  Win  ton,  organizers,  p.  19.5.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

f  Fac.  Appl.  Biol.  Sci.,  Hiroshfma  Univ.,  Higashi-Hiroshima,  Japan]  Cararw  dentex. 

95-008735  Nishizawa,  Toyohiko;  Masaaki  Kise;  Toshihiro  Nakal  and  Kiyokuni  Muroga.  NEUTRAI  IZINCi 
MONOCLONAL  ANTIBODIES  TO  STRIPED  JACK  NERVOUS  NECROSIS  VIRUS  (SJNNV).  Fish  I'athol. 
30[2):1  11-114.  1995.  In  English  with  Japanese  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Fac.  Appl.  Biol  Sci.,  Hiroshima  Univ.,  Kagarniyama  1-4-4,  Higashihiroshirna  739,  Japan]  Caranx  dcntcx  In 
Japan. 

95-OQB736  Novoa,  B.;  S,  Blake;  B.  L.  Nicholson  and  A.  Figueras.  COMPARISON  OF  DIFFERENT  I'ROCFDUKLS 
FOR  SEROTYPING  AQUATIC  BIRNAVIRUS.App/.  Environ.  Microbiol.  61(8}:2925-2929.  1995.  PR  40(4) 

[Figueras:  Insl.  Investig.  Mar.,  CSIC,  Eduardo  Cabello  6,  36200  Vlgo,  Spain.  Kil:31-aG-231<riO- 
fax:34-fl<i-2927&2]  Scophthalmus  maximus. 

95-003737  Nylund,  A.  and  P.  Jakobsen.  SEA  TROUT  AS  A  CARRIER  OF  INFECTIOUS  SAl  MON  ANAEMIA 
VIRUS.  /.  Ffsh  Biol.  47(1  ):1  74-1  76.  1  995.  FR  40(4)  «>tmuiN  AINALMIA 

[Dep.  ffsh,  &  Mar.  Biol,,  Univ.  Bergen,  N-5020  Bergen,  Norway)  Sa/mo  trutta  and  5.  safar. 


*  M  K  Watanabe  and  C-  Endresen.  INFECTIOUS  SALMON  ANAEMIA  (ISA): 

A  MULTIORGAN  INfECTION.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program  and  Abstracts 
Sheraton  Hotel  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994,  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  K  Winton  ornanm-rs 
p.  W-1  9.1.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  FUti.  &  Mnr.  Biol.,  Univ.  Bergen,  Bergen,  Norway]  Sa/mo  sa/ar  in  Norway. 

95-008739  Oh,  Myung-Joo;  Mamoru  Yoshimizu;  Yoshio  Ezura  and  Takahisa  Kimurn  ISOLATION  OF 
RETROIIKE  VIRUS  FROM  BRAIN  TISSUE  OF  SALMONID  FISH.  International  Symposium  on  ^quat  cAnin,! 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994  Ronald  P  Hotlrlrk  •»., 
/ames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-22.2.  1  994.  FR  40(4)  '  ' 

|lab.  Microbiol.,  Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Hakodate,  Hokkaido,  Japan!  Oncorhynchus  klstticlt,  O 
O.  masou,  Satvelmus  leucomaenis,  and  P/ecog/ossus  a/fiVe//s  in  Japan. 


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p.  W-22.4.  I9J4.  FR  40{1)  wptember  **  1994.  Rora/d  P.  Hedricfc  and  /ames  R.  Wi/Ko,.,  ^,in./,Yi 

[Coll.  Sci.,  Nail.  Taiwan  Univ.,  Taipei,  Taiwan] 


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R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P?8  1 99?  FR Sf'  ^^"8^  September  4-8,  f994.  RonaW  P.  /-tedm*  ,,,,,1/^n  u 
Pep.  Microbiol.,  Univ.  Hawaii,  HonoJulu  9G622I 

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95-006752  Thune,  Ronald  L.  CATFISH  VIRUSES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor  p  521-52-1 
1993.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Vet.  Microbiol.  &  Parasitol.,  La.  State  Univ.  School  Vet.  Med,  Baton  Rouge  70803]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 

95-008753  Traxler,  C.  S-;  J.  R.  Roomer;  ].  E.  Ketcheson  and  T.  P.  T.  Evelyn.  AN  APPARENTLY  AVIRULENT 
BIRNA  VIRUS  FROM  FARMED  SALMON  IN  BRITISH  COLUMBIA:  SHOULD  IT  BE  REFERRED  TO  AS 
INFECTIOUS  PANCREATIC  NECROSIS  VIRUS?  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program 
and  Abstracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P,  Hedrick  and  lames  R  Winton 
organizers,  p.  W-l  .5.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Biol.  Sd.  Branch,  Pac.  Biol.  Sin.,  Nanaimo,  BC,  Canada)  Salmo  salar  in  Canada. 

95-008754  Trobridge,  G.  D.  and  ].  C.  Leong.  IDENTIFICATION  AND  CHARACTERIZATION  OF  THE 
ANTIVIRAL  MX  GENES  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program 
and  Abstracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R  Winton 
organizers,  p.  W-2 1 .4.  1 994.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Microbiol.  &  Salmon  Dis.  Lab.,  Oreg.  State  Univ.,  Corvallis  97331 1  Oncor/iync/it/s  mykiss. 

95-QQS755     Watson,  L,  R.;  S,  C.  Yun;  J.  M.  Graff  and  R.  P.  Hedrlck.  ChlARACTERISTICS  AND  PATHOGENICITY 
OF  A  NOVEL  HERPESVIRUS  ISOLATED  FROM  ADULT  AND  SUBADULT  WHITE  STURGEON  ACIPENSER 
7RANSMONTANUS.  Dis.  Aquat.  Org.  22(3):199-210.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dcp.  Med.  &  Epidemiol.,  Sen.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Calif.,  Davis  95616] 

95-008756      Yanong,  Roy  P.   E.  POSSIBLE  HERPESVIRUS-ASSOCIATED  DISEASE  IN  THE  BLUE-EYED 
PLECOSTOMUS,  PANAQUE  SUTTONI.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  83.  1 995  FR  40(4) 
(5.D  Trop.  Inc.,  G507  Bob  Head  Rd.,  Plant  City,  FL  33565] 

95-008757  Yoshimizu,  Mamoru;  Kunio  Suzuki  and  Takahisa  Kimura.  SEROLOGICAL  RELATIONSHIPS  OF 
HERPESVIRUSES  ISOLATED  FROM  SALMONID  FISH  IN  JAPAN.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Heaith;  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and 
tames  R.  Win  ton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 9.6.  1 994.  FR40(4) 

[Lab.  Mfcrobiol.,  Fac,  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.  Hakodate,  Hokkaido,  Japan]  Oncorhynchus  masou,  O.  kisulcn, 
and  O.  mykiss. 

95-008758  Zhang,  Huang  Ge;  Larry  A.  Hanson  and  Sreekanth  R.  Knncharla.  CHANNEL  CATFISH  VIRUS 
RECOMBINANTS  DISPLAY  REDUCED  PATHOGENESIS  YET  INDUCE  SPECIFIC  IMMUNITY  IN  CHANNEL 
CATFISH  FINGERUNGS.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton 
Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winlon,  organizers  p  W-3  6 
199-1.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll.  Vet.  Med,,  Miss,  State  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  9825,  Mississippi  State  397G2]  Ictalurus  punctatus. 

OTHER  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES 

95  G08759     Abdul-Salam,  ].  and  B.  S.  Sreelalhn.  DESCRIPTIONS  OF  TWO  NEW  DIDYMOZOIDS  FROM  THE 
DARRACUDA  SPHYRAENA  OB7USATA  IN  KUWAIT  BAY./,  Parasitol.  81{4):610-615.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Kuwait,  P.O.  Box  5969,  Safat  13060,  Kuwait] 

95  ODB7&0  Adel-Meguid,  M.;  C.  W.  Esch  and  hi.  E.  Eure.  THE  DISTRIBUTION  AND  PATHOBIOLOGY  OF 
NEQZCHINORHYNCHUS  CYLINDRAJUS  IN  THE  INTESTINE  OF  GREEN  SUNFISH,  LUPOMIS  CYANEILUS. 
Panoftology  1  ll{2):221-231. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dcp.  Biol.j  Wake  Forest  Univ.,  Winston-Salem,  NC  27109|  L  mitcrochirus. 

95  008761     Adlard,  R,  D.  and  R.  ].  G.  Lester,  THE  LIFE  CYCLE  AND  BIOLOGY  OF  ANILOCRA  POMACF.NTRI 
OSOPODA:  CYMOTHOIDAE),  AN  ECTOPARASITIC  ISOPOD  OF  THE  CORAL  REEF  FISH,  CHROMI5  N1TIDA 
(I'ERCITORMES:  POMACENTRIDAE).  Ausl  I.  Zool.  43(3):271-281 .  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
pep.  Parastlol.,  Univ.  Queensland,  Brisbane,  Qld.  4072,  Australia] 

95-OOB7fi2  Alinelt,  Harald;  Robert  Konecny  and  Oskar  Tiefenbach.  (DID  AN  UNKNOWN  FISFI  PARASITE 
INVADE  AUSTRIA  WITH  TFIE  GOLDEN  SPINY  LOACH  (COBITIS  AURATA;  TELEOSTEI,  COBITIDAEH I  Oesterr. 
Fisch.  4fl(7);154-160.  1995.  In  German  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Abl.  Anal.  &  Morphol,,  Inst.  Zool.  Univ.  Wien,  Allhanslr.  1 4,  A-1 090  Wien,  Austria]  Cobitis  (aen/a. 

95-OOB763     Ardell,  Thomas  C.  and  Michael  R.  Johnson.  SEASONAL  ANEMIA  IN  FARM-RAISED  CI-IANNEL 
CATFISH:  PRELIMINARY  OBSERVATIONS,  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aqual  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  25.  p.  88-90.  1 994.  FR  40(4} 
(Coll.  Vcl.  Med.,  Miss.  State  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  9825,  Mississippi  State  39762-9825]  tctahtrus  punctatus  in 
Mississippi, 

95-D087&4  Aspholm,  Paul  E.  AN1SAKIS  SIMPLEX  RUDOLPHI,  1 809,  INFECTION  IN  FILLETS  OF  BARENTS  SEA 
COD  GADUS  MORHUA  I.  Fish.  Res.  (Arnsl.)  23(3,4):375-379.  1 995.  FR  40(4} 

|Dep.  Bioi,,Sect,  Mar.  Zool.  &Mar.  Chem.,  Univ.  Oslo,  P.O.  Box  1064,  0316  Oslo,  Norway] 

FR40(4)  133  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 
OTHER  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES  (Conlinued) 


[Dep.  Zool.,  Coll.  Blol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Guelph,  Guelph,  ON,  Cania  N1  G  2W1  ] 


[list.  Mar.  Res.,  P.O.  Box  1870  Nortlnes,  N-5024  Bergen,  Norway]  Sa/mo  safe, 


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FR^r  '"  NUVA  bC°TIA;  AM  ENDEMIC  OR  AN  INTRODUCTION?  /.  Fish  Blot.  47(i):l  77078.' 

Pep.  Biol,  Saint  Mary's  Univ.,  Halifax,  NS,  Canada  B3H  3C3] 
95-008772    GOOD*.  RobPr,  *ophe ^ ^ s  „       er  and  ^^  ^  ^  ^^  ^  „ 

Jri^Pf  A  SEVERE  TREMATODE  INFESTATION  OF  BLUE.fltf< 
""  a""-/ra'n.  Med.  Vol.  26.  p.  25,  1995,  Abstract  orly.  ntw 
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Cifaeton  cai/a  and  iabeo  S.       L™RED  IN  INDIA'  /n(/'an  >•  paraato/.  1  1  (2):1  27-1  30,  1  987. 


THE  BLOOD  FLUKE;  WWOJJN/COW  LSftt/SM  ^  and  C'  Arme>  EP'DEMIOLOGICAl.  STUDIES  OS 
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95-OOB77&     fiiher  Jeffrey  P-3an  M  *  -n, 

and  Thomas  Chiolti!  REPRODUCTtVE  FA  mifn^  AdK^r^chell;  John  SVmula;  Jack  Skea;  Mark  Onbcnroi 

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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

OTHER  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES  (Continued) 

95-008778  Grizzle,  John  M.;  Lucy  Bunkley-Williams  and  John  C.  Harshbarger.  RENAL  ADENOCARCINOMA 
IN  MOZAMBIQUE  TILAPIA,  NEUROFIBROMA  IN  GOLDFISH,  AND  OSTCOSARCOMA  IN  CHANNEL 
CATFISH  FROM  A  PUERTO  RICAN  HATCHERY.  /.  Aquat.  Anim.  Health  7(2):  1 78-183.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Southeast.  Coop.  Fish  Dis.  Proj.,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacult.,  Agric.  Exp.  Sin.,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL 
36049]  Tilapia  mossatnbica,  Carassius  auratus,  and  Ictalurus.punctatus. 

95-008779  Haenen,  O.  L.  M.;  P.  van  Banning;  W.  Dekker  and  F.  H.  M.  Borgstecde.  PATHO BIOLOGY  OF 
EUROPEAN  EEL  RELATED  TO  ANGU1LLICOLA  CRASSUS  INFECTIONS  IN  TFIE  NETHERLANDS.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hediick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 0.6.  1 994.  FR  40(4} 

(DLO-lnst.  Anim.  Sci,  &  Health,  P.O.  Box  65,  8200  AB  Lelystnd,  Netherlands]  Anguilla  anguilla. 

95-008780  Hamilton,  W.  J.  and  R.  Poulin.  PARASITES,  AGGRESSION  AND  DOMINANCE  IN  MALE  UPLAND 
BULLIES  J.  fish  Bio/.  47(2):302-307. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

IPoulin:  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Otago,  P.O.  Box  56,  Dunedin,  New  Zealand]  Gobiomorphus  brcviceps. 

95-008781     Harris,  Wm.  D.;  M.  K.  Morgan;  R.  W,  Norman  and  K.  L.  Smedley.  A  SURVEY  OF  PARASITES  OF 
SAN  SALVADOR  ISLAND'S  FISHJ.  Tenn.  Acad  Sci.  69(3-4}:04.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
jUniv.  Tenn.,  Challanooga  37403] 

95-008782     Hartley,  William  R.;  Arunthavarani  Thiyagarajah  and  Merle  Mizell.  ECTOI'IC  HERMAPHRODITIC 
GONAD  IN  THE  CRANIAL  CAVITY  OF  JAPANESE  MEDAKA./.  Aquat.  Anim.  Health  7(2}:  1 72-1 77. 1 90S.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Environ.  Health  Sci.,  School  Public  Health  &  Trop.  Mod.,  Tulane  Univ,  Med.  Cent,,  1 430  Tulano  Ave., 
New  Orleans,  LA  701 1 2]  Oiyzias  latipes. 

95-008783  Hodneland,  K.  and  F.  Nilsen.  GYRODACTYLOSIS  IN  FARMED  ATLANTIC  WOLFFISH 
(ANARHICHAS  LUPUS  L).  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton 
Hotel  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-B,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Heclrick  and  lames  R.  Winlon,  organizers,  n,  P-49, 
1 994.  FR  40(4) 

(Univ.  Bergen,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Mar.  Biol,,  I-IIB,  N-5020  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-O08784    Johnson,  Erik  L.  BLOATERS  &  FLOATERS:  A  CASE  STUDY  IN  BALANCE-IMPAIRED  ORANDAS 
Trap.  Fish  Hobbyist  44(1  ):1 1 4-1 1 6. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 
Caiassius  auratus. 

95-008785     Kennedy,  C.  R.  RICHNESS  AND  DIVERSITY  OF  MACROPARASITE  COMMUNITIES  IN  TROPICAL 
EELS  ANGUILLA  REINHARDTII  IN  QUEENSLAND,  AUSTRALIA.  Parasiiotogy  1 11(2):233-245.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dep.  Parasltol,,  Univ.  Queensland,  Brisbane,  Qld.  4072,  Australia] 

95-008786     Kent,  M.  L;  J.  N.  C.  Whyle  and  C.  LaTrace.  GILL  LESIONS  AND  MORTALITY  IN  SEAWATER 
PEN-REARED  ATLANTIC  SALMON  SALMO  SALAR  ASSOCIATED  WITH  A  DCNSE  BLOOM  OF  SKEI.ETONEMA 
COSTA1UM  AND  JHALASSIOSIRA  SPECIES.D/sMcyuaf.  Org.  22(1)77-81.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Biol.  Sci.  Branch,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Pac.  Biol,  Sin.,  Nnnaimo,  BC,  Canada  V9R  5K6| 

95.008787     Kent,  M.  L.;  R.  J.  Andersen;  C.  F.  B.  Holmes;  T.  McCready  and  D.  E.  Williams.  EVIDENCE  Tl  IAT 
MICRO  CYSTINI  LR  IS  THE  CAUSE  OF  NETPEN  LIVER  DISEASE  OF  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SAI.MO  SALAR), 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattlu,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994,  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 5.4.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Pac.  Biol.  Sin.,  Nanaimo,  BC,  Canada  V9R  5K6] 

95-008788  Kfoury,  J.  R.,  Jr.;  N.  Okamoto;  S.  E.  LaPalra;  M.  Tanaka;  Y,  Suzuki;  N,  Molonishi  and  Y.  Italia.  "RASH" 
SKIN  DPSEASE  OF  RAINBOW  TROUT  IN  JAPAN.  Intemnilonnl  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-11,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hcdrick  and  lames  R.  Winton, 
organizers,  p.  W-1 8.6. 19D4.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Aqual.  Biosci.,  TokycrUniv.  Fish.,  Tokyo,  Japan]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

9StfOB789     Kirk,  Sheila  G.  IMMUNOSUPPRESSION  OF  NONI-IOST  FISH  SPECIES  AND  ITS  EFFECT  ON 
CLOCHIDIAL  METAMORPHOSIS.  M.S.  thesis,  Tenn.  Techno!.  Univ.  52p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Semotilus  atromaculatus,  Etheostoma  spectabile,  and  Coitus  carolinae, 

95-008790     Korting,Wo!fgangand  Franz-Josef  Kaup.SPOROZOONT/NCAE- STILL  A  EUKARIOTIC  PARASITE? 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8;  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrlck  and  fames  R.  Winlon,  organizers,  p.  W-1 0.5. 1994.  FR  40(4} 
[Fish  Dis.  Res.  Unit,  Vel.  Med.  Sell.,  Bunleweg  1 7,  30559  Hannover,  Germany]  Tinea  tinea, 

95-008791  Lakshmi,  C.  Vijaya  and  Sanaka  Sarada.  STUDIES  ON  THE  NEW  SPECIES  ANTHOBOJHRIUM 
LOCUIA7UM  PARASITE  FROM  DASYAflS  (HIMANTURA)  UARNAK  (FORSKAL).  Co/.  CM.  Paras/to/. 
48(1&2);12-15. 1993.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|7-1-65,  Satyaprasad  Bldg.,  Chinna  Waltalr,  Visakhapalnam-530  023,  Andhra  Pradesh,  India] 

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OTHER  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES  (Continued) 

95lSBM9o!Sf:  i993BfR?oL(?,FISH' K01' AND  CARP  NEOI'LASIA'  *>-•  ffc 

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p.  W-15.1.  1994.  FR  40(4)       *     '  SeptBmber  4'8'  >^-  Ronald  p.  Hedrick  and  fames  R*VVtoi 

470°  Hillsborougl1  st"  Raleis 


- 

Qncorhynchtu  tsfiaivybc/ia,  8'  Xp>  Stn''  Ore8-  State  Univ.,  Hatfield  Mar.  Scr,  Cent.,  Newport  WJMJ 


136  nu 


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95-008804     Pal,  R.  N.;  D.  K.  De  and  S.  P.  Ghosh.  PRELIMINARY  OBSERVATIONS  ON  HEALTH  PROBLEM  OF 
PUNTIUSJAVANICUS  IN  A  SEWAGE-FED  POND.  /.  Inland  fish.  Soc.  India  1  7(1  M):  74-77   1985  FR  40(4) 
Gibehon  catla,  Qrrhmus  mrigala,  Labeo  rohita,  and  Hypophthalmichthys  molitrix. 

95-003305  Poulin,  Robert.  CLUTCH  SIZE  AND  EGG  SIZE  IN  FREE-LIVING  AND  PARASITIC  COPEPODV  A 
COMPARATIVE  ANALYSIS.  Evolution  49(2):325.336.  1  995.  FR  40(4)  ^LPODS.  A 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Otago,  P.O.  Box  56,  Dunedin,  New  Zealand] 

95-008806  Puga,  Sonia  and  Luis  Figueroa.  \LEPOCREADIUM  VALDIVIENSIS  N  SP  (DIGFNFA. 
LDE';tSEADIIDAE)  PARASITE  °F  fARAUCmHYS  MICROPS  "SMALL-EYED  FLOUNDER"'  IN  SOUTH  I  CHILE  I 
Bol.  CM.  Paras/to/.  4fl(3&4):55-57.  1  993.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4)  ' 

|lnst.  Parasilol.,  Univ.  Austral  de  Chile,  Casilla  567,  Valdivia,  Chile] 

95-008807  Rahman,  M,  F.  AN  INCIDENCE  OF  CESTODE  UCULA  INTESVNALIS  (LINNAEUS)  IN  PUNTtlK 
DQRSAUS  OERDON).  /.  Inland  Fish.  Sac.  India  2  1  (1  );62-63.  1  989.  FR  40(4)  0-NNiNAtUb)  IN  PUNJIUS 


95-008008     Raikova,  E.  V.  and  T,  O.  Kamencva.  HOST-PARASITE  RELATIONSHIPS  IN  THE  M. 

f^EONorcnEs-^ 

Antm*  I  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8    1994  Ronald  P 
Hednck  and  lames  R,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-47.  1  994.  FR  40(4} 
[Inst,  Cylol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci,  St.  Petersburg,  Russia] 

95-008809  Rajyalakshmi,  I.  and  C.  Vijaya  Lakshml.  DESCRIPTION  OF  A  NEW  SPECIES  OF  THF  C.FN\  K 
CAMALLANUS  RAILLIET  ET  HENRY,  1915  (NEMATODA:  CAMALLANIDAE  FROM  FRESHWATER  FKH 
BARBUS  (PUWtUS)  7/CTO  (GUNTHER)  FROM  KRISHNA  RIVER,  ANDHRA  PRAXES  I  INoTflo/  S 
Paraiiroi49(1&2}:20-23.  1994.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4)  ™\UL:>H,  INDIA.  Bo/.  CM 

|Dep,  Zool.,  Andhra  Univ.,  Visakhapatnam-530  003,  Andhra  Pradesh,  India] 
95.008810     Rajyalakshmi,  I.  PROCAMAilANUS  DIACANTHUM  N.  SP 

Hli1?1^^  ?F  ,MKAR'^riSH  l°HNIUS  ACANTH 

[1&2):15-19.  1994.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Zool.,  Andhra  Univ.,  Visakhapatnam-530  003,.  Andhra  Pradesh,  India] 

95-00881  1  Rashid,  K.  A.;  M,  L.  Van  Hauwaert;  L  Moens;  M.  Haque  and  A  H  Siddioi  PURIFirATinw  AMD 
PROPERTIES  OF  ISOPARORCHIS  HYPSELOBACR,  (TREMATO^ASSOTARoTcHl^^^^^ 

pA'°™dZs^ 

August  1  995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  ed,tor.  Physiol.  Zool.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect,83.  1  995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Dcp.  Uiocnem.,  Univ.  Antwerp,  Antwerp,  Belgium]  Wallago  attu. 

95-008312  Reavill  ,Drury.  GENERALIZED  EDEMA  Of  ALIONHEAD  GOLDFISH  CARASSIUSAURATUS  Proc 
Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med.  Vol.  25.  p.  180-181.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4)  ^uLo.rroc 

|Avian  Med.  Cent.  Sacramento,  61  14  Greenback  Ln.,  Citrus  Heights,  CA  95621] 


™chards'  D'  T-J  D-  Hoolc;  ).  W.  Lewis;  E.  Ewens  and  C.  Arme.  SANGUINICOLA  INERMK  PLEHN 

nANri°?J?  r?n  nK?^US  °W'°  L):  HOST  CELLULAR  RESPONSE  T0  PARAsff    EGGS  AND 
CHANGES  IN  THE  CELLULAR  COMPOSITION  OF  HOST  SPLEEN  AND  PRONEPHROS.  International 

JnSSfi^iTC^'r'    f"h:  P?fflm  and  Ahm-  Sheral°"  Hotel'  5eMle'  Washing**,  September 
4-&,  I3IM.  Ronald  P.  Hednck  and  lames  R,  Winlon,  organizers,  p.  W-1  3,  2  1994  FR  40(4) 

IParawtal.  Res.  Lab.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Keele  Univ.,  Staffs  ST5  5BG,  England] 


?\liS>\  !^'B;J-  W'  Lowls;  L  Ewcns  and  C  Afme'  IN  Vi'fRO  STIMULATION  OF  CARP 
L.)  LYMPHOCYTES  BY  THE  BLOOD  FLUKE  SANCUINICOIA  INERMIS  PLEHN    1905 

m  °n,  ft"f  !kJ"imal  ,Hea'"';  Pf°8ram  (inc/  Abstritcts-  S1]eritton  Hole!'  Seatt/e'  Washington, 
Ronald  P.  Hedrlck  and  lames  R.  Winlon,  organizers.  p.W-13.4  1994  FR  40(4) 

|Par.isitol.  Res.  Lab.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Keele  Univ.,  Staffs  ST5  5BG,  England] 


f  ARM?IN  MnmiJSw  r^wn1;  ^^^  °.CCURRENCE  Of  CRYODAOYLUS  SALARIS  AT  FOUR  FISH 
if,  .  ^  w  ,^  J  -,?  u  N^ND'  /n'wnatlona'  S>"np°s'"m  on  ^^oaf/c  An/ma/  Hcafth:  Program  and  Abstracts. 
p  W  1  J  M  1994  FR  ^40(4)(1  '  5ep'C/T1'}er  4'8'  '""'  Ro/IitW  p  Hedricft  and  /am«  R-  u"'n'«"'  o^antecw. 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Oulu,  Oulu,  Finland]  Salmo  salar  and  5.  trutta. 

95-00881  0  Roberts,  M.  L  and  D.  Hoolc.  PRELIMINARY  STUDIES  ON  THE  HUMORAL  IMMUNE  RESPONSE 
OF  CARP  TO  EXPERIMENTAL  INFECTIONS  OF  S^CU/N/COM  INERMIS  (PLEHN  ,1905  1  SaTtona/ 


,  ana 

on  AquatK  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
.  Ronald  P.  Hednck  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1  3.3.  1  994  FR  40(4) 

(CenL  Appl.  Enlomol.  &  Parasitol,,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Keele  Univ.,  Keele,  Staffordshire  ST5  5BG,  Endandl  Cyprinus 
CiirfJio  fn  .Europe.  '    /r 


FR40(4}  137 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 


OTHER  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES  (Continued) 

EClTARA^ 

«_  urrtKASi  i  ti  ui-  MARINE  FISH£S.  tnt  /.  Parautol.  25(B):945-970  1  995  FR  40(4) 

IDep.  Zool,,  Univ.  New  England,  Armidalc,  N.S.W.  2351,  Australia]  Da.a  for  102  species 

[Lakshmi:  7-1-65,  Salyaprasad  BWg.,  Chirm*  Waltoir,  Visakhapa.nam-530  023,  Andhra  Pradesh,  India) 

™  *  -  - 


^ 

Fl  Jd°T  Mar  Bi°L  &  Rsh-  R°SenSliGl  Sdl-  Man  &  Atmos-  Sd"  Univ.  Miami,  Miami,  FL]  Pwnawnf/us  ^n.-,h 

A^ITEOT&HUD^ 

FR  40(4)  ES  IN  MEXIC°  AND  CENTRAL  AMERICA.  /.  Helminthol.  69i?):69-75.  IS3i' 


™  A  STUDV  OF  THE  COMPOSITION  OF  IK 

In,,  i.  PaMS  J  25pJ;S5Sf.  fsS  ^FR'  (M°NOCENEA)  USING  X'RAY  ELEMENTAL 


|ln«.  AquaculL,  l/niv.  Sliriin&  Soling,  FK9  4LA,  Scotland]  SaMtous  fontJhafis  and  SaAno  safer. 

?™M^  THE  B'OLOG,CAL  CONTROL  Or  SNA! 

lEcotec  R«n»r  R  /  «   bCHI^TOSOMIASIS  BY  ^H.  Rev.  ffch  Bio/,  fbh.  4(1):67-90.  1094.  TR  40(4) 


i?A,  2023  CA  Haarlen,,  Netherlands] 


OF  MARINE  FISH  lmoSvm  A 

^  ''  Hea'"1; 


RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN    HYOROP,[ 
A^  *"?  CONTAMINANT  EXPOSURE  IN  SEVERAUSP[f,3 


U 
FR  40(4)  -,         .    ona     f.  Hed/fcfc  afj[/  /amej  R  ^^^  org^/zers  p 

NOAA' 


JBW^ND'SSiwVA1"1,?^^0  Garrido-  IFIRST  REPORT  OF   - 

JbtK  AND  MIRANDA    1990  (NEMATODA:  CAMALLANIDAG)  IN  CUL1URID 
rmt.j  uor.  CM.  Parasite/.  48(3&4):51-54,  T993.  In  Spanish  with  Er.^1 

l'n«.  Parasitol,,  Uni,  Austral  de  Chile,  Casilla  567,  Va.divia,  chifej  Oncor^ciius  my*iss. 
"5-Q08B25     WliillinHinn  I  n  -\i\tl  r  r  L- 
GILLS  AND  BUCCAL  CAVITv'  OF  THE  CATFISH  ^fi/US  £ALCEOSTOMATIN[:  MONOGENEAN  PROM1H  ' 

[Dep.  Parasiiol,  Univ.  QyeenslanrJ,  Brisbane,  Q|? 4072,'  Australia] 

TlcTMBENTASA^  OF  FISH  HOST  MOLECULES  ON  1^ 

on  AqMic  AntaiaJ  He^/lh;  Program  SS/^^ 

ffona/dP.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Wimnn  nra,n;        ifl^10'1  Wo'el  5ea(I/e,  IVas/i/ngfon,  5epie(r)ijef  -J-fl,  IS>J 
.    .  «i««irare.  wi/itoft,  oraan/zew.  n.  P-^i  100,1  CD  ^nm  r  ' 


b,  Dep. 

95-009B27     Williams,  M.  A-  W    C    PPnlin  ,        ,    c 

MOLECUUR  INVESTIGATIONS  INTO  THF  BFwrnSi  i/^mpler;  M'  Rand-weaver;    D.  Hoole  and  C.  torv 
tmernatfonal Symposium onAquaiic AnimatH     Ih^ CNDROCRINOLOGY OF  LIGULOSED  KOAOI. 
September  4-3,  1 99-).  Ronald  P.  Hedtick  and  lame   ^"w^  and Abstracls-  sl^^lon  Hotel,  Seattle,  Was/i/jig^, 
JParasilol.  Res.  Lab.,  Oep  Biol  Sri   JfnoF    u  •*  ^    ,""0"'  Organ'ze''s-  P-  W-13,6.  1994.  fR  40(^1) 

.  ™,  ^eere  Univ.,  Keele,  Slaffordshire  ST5  5BG,  England]  Rulttus  rtHihu. 

FR  40(4) 

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OIHf  K  DISEASES  AND  PARASITES  (Continued) 

95-OQB828  Yanc,  C.  Z,  and  1..  J,  Albrighl.  AN  EFFECTIVE  METHOD  FOR  REDUCING  MORTALITIES  Ol 
SALMQNIDS  WHEN  EXPOSED  TO  LETHAL  CONCENTRATIONS  Of  THE  HARMFUL  I'HYTOI'I.ANKTEK, 
CHWFTOCEKO5  CONCAVICORNI5.  International  Symposium  on  /U/i/.K/r  Animal  Health:  I'm^ram  und  Abstracts. 
Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1  994.  Ronald  I'.  Hwlrick  and  fumes  It.  Wlnton,  (>rt',uni/.ws. 
p.W-JS.2.  1  994.  FK  40(4) 

[Inst.  Aquacull.  Res.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Simon  Frasur  Univ.,  IHirnaby,  HC,  Canada  VSA  1Sf>]  Onairhynchus 
kisulch. 

95-008829  Yang,  C.  2,  and  L.  J.  Albright.  OXYGEN  RADICAL  MEDIATED  EFFECTS  OP  Tl  IF  TOXIC 
PHYTOPLANKTER,  HETEROSIGMA  AKASl-IIWO,  ON  JUVENILE  SALMONIDS.  Intwnntltmal  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  HtMl,  Suattfa,  Washini'tun,  Svptwnhw  <l-ll,  MW4.  Ronald 
P.HedrickandfamesR.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-15.3.  HMM.  FR  40(4} 

|lnst,  Aquacult.  Res.,  Dep.  Biol,  Sci.,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.,  liuruaby,  »C,  dn.id.i  V!iA  ISfi| 

95-008830  ZhoWiov,  A,  Ye.  and  A,  N.  Kas'yanov.  ON  THE  I'OSSIItll  ITY  OF  LISINCi  I'AKASITFS  AS 
BIOLOGICAL  MARKERS  TO  IDENTIFY  ECOMORPI  IS  OF  ROACH,  KUUI.US  RUTHUS,  IN  RYIHNSK 
RESERVOIR./.  Ichthyol.  3S(t):44-51.  199S.  FR  <JO{4) 

[Insl.  Inland  Wal&rs  Biol.,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Horok,  Yaroslavl  (.  )|>|,ist,  Kussi.i  | 

POILUTION 

95-009831  Mind,  A.  and  B.  T.  Barlaup.  AVOIDANCE  OF  TOXIC  MIXINC  i  /ONCS  HY  ATI  AN  rif  SAI  MON 
{SAtMO  SALAR  1.)  AND  BROWN  TROUT  (SMMO1RUUA  L)  IN  TIIL  I.IMLD  RIVER  AUDNA  SOUTI  IFRN 
NORWAY,  fnvton.  Pottut.  90(2):203-20(i.  1995.  FR  '10(4) 

(Nonvegian  Insl,  Water  Res.,  Reg.  Off.  Ucrgon,  7li»nni)lil('nsnt.  .'*.'"»,  N-.r»OOH  H(^t»pn,  Noivvay] 

95-008832  Baiber,  Willard  E.;  Lyman  L.  McDonald;  Wallaro  I1.  Eilckson  .nut  M;iik  V.illarlni)  FFFI'CT  OF  Tl  II' 
fXXOWWUDCZOILSPILLONINTCRTIDALnSH:Antl.D  STUDY.  lr.itn.Am  li-.lt  S'oc  U.|(4)'4fl|-47(,  !')')•;' 

'       '" 


JSth.  Fish,  &  Ocean  Sci,,  Univ.  Alaska,  Fairbanks  997XS|  A/inp/.irc/n/v  pi/r/Ji/nvvi'c/i.-i,  Xiphktcr  ,  \itopurpitnw 
Pbofistaeia,OligQCQlttismacubsus,  and  data  for  10  olrmr  s|>i?dos  in 


95-008835  Black,  K.  D-;  M.  C,  B.  Kleiner  and  N.  MiicDou&ill.  A  SI  1C  )KT  S'l  UDY  (  >N  Tl  IF  FNVIRC  )NMI'N  FAI 
IMPACT  OF  MARICULTURE  IN  GREEK  COASTAL  WATERS.  MtjiKtm-s  for  Sun^n:  AlHtr.irf,  of  (  •untiilnitlnn* 
Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Ronfaaitx  AtiuM-.ultuw  '<>'!,'  fttmlcitux,  /'MMCC,  March  1  t-^'i  l<)')-t  I 
Mwr  and  f.Sevila,  compilers.  Etir.Aquacult,  Sue.  .Spec,  t'uhl.  No.  21,  p.  f»'i-xo.  1  <)')<!.  FR  40(4) 

[Dunstaffnae&Mar.  Lab,,  P.O.  Box  3,  Oban  PA34  4AD,  Scollatid)  ,S'/i,irin  minims  and  /Jin'nir,in7iHs  Inttrax. 


95-OOBB34    Brooks,  JamesM.;  Terry  L.Waik-;  HohhyJ.  I'r^sli-yjusi!  I  .  S.-rlt  ,1110;  TlH.in.is  |.  McDonald-     ius 
|.  Jackson;  Dan  L  Wilkinson  and  Tamara  F.  Davis.  TOXIC  C(  >NTAMINA  I  ION  C  )F  A(  )(  IATK  '  (  )IU  ;  ANI.SMS  IN 
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,  .-  r.tnt  Shlnltv 

ant)  Russell  W.Kiesling,  editors.  Ca/vci(on  toy  Mi(n;s(»,-ify/V(V[r.i/i)  /'<//)/.(  iltNIIM..  p.  f.'i.f,/.  i-i'M.  FR  4(t('|) 
Cynoxion  nebulosus,  Pogonias  crom/s,  and  Piirntirhthys  /CI/IOU/HMM  In  Icx.is. 


95-OOfl335    Couillarcl,  Catherine  M,;  I'eter  V.  I  lotlson;  I'li-m-  (  laji'mn  ,uid  (iill.in  ]   I  )ud',<m  I  I'SK  )NS  ANI  > 
PARASITES  IN   WHITE  SUCKERS,   CATOSK>MUS  aiMMIRSONI.     N    HI  I  A<  '  I   D-K  HAM    I'lM  I* 
MILL<:ONTAMINATED  AND  REFERENCE  RIVERS,  tnvlnm.  'f,m;,l.  (  7«.»..  M((,):  Hl'i  l-|(K,n.  l')'»'i   \  IR  40(4) 
|0ep.  Fisli.S  Oceans,  Maurice  Lamontagno  Insl,,  I'.O.  llox  HKIO,  MotiMuli,  \'(),  (  '.inad.i  CSH  t/4| 

95-008836    Dumaresq,CliarlosG,THEOCCURRL'NCEOrARSi:NICAN|)IIFAVYMIIAM  ONTAMINAUON 
FROM  NATURAL  AND  ANTHROPOGENIC  SOURCES  IN  T.  ||;  COI.AL.  ARU  ,  1.   i  ^NFARI.  >M?  ,  ih 


95-003937    Ghosh,  B.  B.;  M.  M.  Hagchl  and  I).  K.  DC.  SOMI'  OHSIRVAMONS  ON  Tl  If   mAim  nr 

miSTDUSTRSPS'i^r  ^E,ST  !";N(;AI''  WITI  '  «'  •'  "^  '  '  "    «  AVVNM    rA!  S    »        « 
THROUGH  fNDUSTRFAL  WASTES.  /.  Inland  Tlth,  Sm\  India  I  S(  l-iiH-l-'i  i.  1  'W  t  ER  .|t)(.n 

Data  for  20  species  In  India. 


^  I:NV,,<ONMLNT:MU,TIMLDIA 

nrr^™^   ?  ,SYST^Irft!)CeW//n''s  Uf  a"  "'"'"''"»'"'"  VVo^-o/,  «,,  K(.,,,H>«.(,,WK  ft.r 
S  ;Sf±  ^  'n/orrnm/o/)  Systems,  2-3  tclmnuy  I!J!M,  Nt<w  Orhm  ItHtMuM.  M,,n(rJ  1  1,1,^,  David 
.  Sterna,  aa  fames  B.  Johnston,  editors,  p.  105-11  6.  1994.  1'R  40(4) 
|BC  Envfron,,  LamTs  &  Parks,  Victoria,  DC,  Canada  VOV  I  X5 


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POLLUTION  (Continued) 


ailihurleyaflngr.wisc.edi,]  "*"*  Dr"  Monon'1'  Wl  53716,  tel:60B-262-3979; 


English  summ. 


Sln.  Sl 


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COn79^^»»te,  Santiago,  Chi,e| 
95-OOB846     tu  ].R-H   M' 

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95-008852  Premdas,  Peter  D.;  Tracy  L.  Metcalfe;  Marirza  E.  Bailey  and  Chris  D.  Motcalfe  THE  PREVALENCE 
AND  HISTOLOGICAL  APPEARANCE  OF  LIP  PAPILLOMAS  IN  WHITE  SUCKERS  tCATOSTOMUS 
COMMfRSONtt  FROM  TWO  SITES  IN  CENTRAL  ONTARIO,  CANADA.  /  Ct.  Lakes  Res.  2 1(2):207-21 8.  1995 

|Dep  BioL,  Queen's  Univ.,  c/o  Environ.  &  Resour.  Studies  Program,  Trent  Univ.,  Peterborough,  ON,  Canada 
K9J  7BB| 

9S-008553     Summers,  ).  Kevin;  John  F.  Paul  and  Andrew  Robertson.  MONITORING  THE  ErOI  OnirAI 
CONDITION  OF  ESTUARIES  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES.  Toxico/.  Environ.  Chem  49(1+2)-93-10a  1995  FR  40M) 
(U.S.  Environ.  Prol.  Agency.,  Environ.  Res.  Lab.,  1  Sabine  Dr.,  Sabine  Island,  Gulf  Breeze,  FL  32561  ] 

95-QO&854  Thomann,  Robert  V.  MODELING  ORGANIC  CHEMICAL  FATE  IN  AQUATIC  SYSTEMS' 
SIGNIFICANCE  OF  BIOACCUMULATION  AND  RELEVANT  TIME-SPACE  SCALES.  fltodeyadatL  to  Role  in 
Reducing  Joxicity  and  Exposure  to  Environmental  Contaminants  -  A  Conference  Held  April  23-26  1993  Research 
Triangle  Park,  North  Carolina.  Lily  Y.  Young,  Daniel  Abramowicz,  Martin  Alexander,  Robert  Arnold  Steven  Aust 
fames  Hunt,  jodi  Stiann,  William  Suk,  and  lames  Tledfa  organizers.  Environ.  Health  Perspect  SuDol.  103(SuDDl' 
5):53-57.  1 995.  FR  40(4}  ^ ' 

[Environ.  Eng.  Dep.,  Manhattan  Coll.,  Riverdale,  NY  10471.  tet:71 8-920-0947;  fax:718-796-981  2| 

95-OOB855  Trojanowski,  Jan.  FORMS  OF  PHOSPHORUS  OCCURRENCE  IN  ORGANIC  BOTTOM 
SEDIMENTS  OF  LAKES  COMPRISING  CAGE  CULTURE  OF  TROUT.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiot3W  -67 78  J991 
In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4)  ' 

95.0088S6  Trojanowski,  Jan.  THE  EFFECT  OF  TROUT  CULTURE  ON  WATER  QUALITY  OF  LUPAWA  RIVER 
Pot.  Arck  Hydrobtol.  37(3):383-395.  1990.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4)  LU™WA  KIVLK. 

95-008857  Ward,  N.;  P.  Lowe;  S.  Seymour  and  J.  Clark.  RURAL  RESTRUCTURING  AND  THE  REGULATION 
OF  FARM  POLLUTION.  Environ.  Plann.  A  27(8):1 193-1211.  1995.  FR  40(4)  KLUULAMUIN 

NE/  7RU  Kndf ""  ^  *****'  ^^  &  F°°d  Marke'"  Un'V'  Newcflstle  uP°n  TVne'  Newcastle  upon  Tyne 

^^P^^^'^^^.^'^-j;^^3!:'^  R..J-_WilNams;  C.  A,  L.  Ishemo  and  R.  Thomas.  A  METHOD 

ON  RIVER  SYSTEMS.  A  to 


[Dep.  Phys.  Geogr.,  Univ.  Reading,  Reading,  England) 

95-008859  Young  Lily  Y;  Daniel  Abramowicz;  Martin  Alexander;  Robert  Arnold;  Steven  Aust;  James  Hunt; 
JtKli  Shann;  William  Suk  and  James  Tiedje,  organizers.  BIODEGRADATION:  ITS  ROLE  IN  REDUCING  TOXICITY 
AND  EXPOSURE  TO  ENVIRONMENTAL  CONTAMINANTS  -  A  CONFERENCE  HELD  APRIL  23-26  1993 
RESEARCH  TRIANGLE  PARK,  NORTH  CAROLINA.  Environ.  Health  Perspect.  Suppl.  103(Suppl.  5):M  23.  199s! 
FR  40[4) 

Cenl.  Agric.  Mol.  Biol,,  Rutgers  Univ.,  New  Brunswick,  N]  08903|  Selected  paper  indexed  in  this  issue  of 

r 


Fiskenes  Review. 
FISH  KILLS 


c,™,  ,cAa  »d,S?!cJ^J1;JROPICAL  REEr'FISH  D|SEASE  OUTBREAKS  AND  MASS  MORTALITIES  IN 
FLOR  DA,  USA:  WHAT  IS  THE  ROLE  OF  DIETARY  BIOLOGICAL  TOXINSf  D/s.  Aquat.  Org.  22(2):33-1  00.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

[Mar.  Res  Insl.,  Dep.  Environ.  Prot.,  100  8th  Ave.  S.E.,  St.  Petersburg,  FL33701-5095]  Pomacant/ius  arcuatus 
and  data  for  39  other  specres, 

95-0088&J     Matthews,  Sue.  TIDE  OF  DEATH:  MARINE  LIFE  IN  ST.  HELENA  BAY  DEVASTATED  BY  A 
NATURALLY  OCCURRING  EVENT.  Afr.  Wildt.  49{2}:1  4-1  6.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[4  1  Ro5trevory  Arundel  Rd.,  7700  Rosebank,  South  Africa) 

95-008862  Tomasso,  Joseph  R.,  Jr.  ENVIRONMENTAL  REQUIREMENTS  AND  DISEASES  OF  TEMPERATE 
FRESHWATER  AND  ESTUARINE  FISFIES.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  240-246,  1993. 

rK  *tU[JtJ 

[Dep.  Aquacult.,  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Clemson  Univ.,  Clemson,  SC  29631  ]  Data  for  20  species. 

TOXICOLOGY;  BIOASSAYS 

95-OOB863  Adams,  William  J.;  Gregory  R.  Biddtnger;  Kenneth  A.  Robillard  and  Joseph  W,  Gorsuch  A 
SUMMARY  OF  THE  ACUTE  TOXICITY  OF  14  PHTHALATE  ESTERS  TO  REPRESENTATIVE  AQUATIC 
ORGANISMS.  Environ.  Toxicol.  Chem.  14(9):1569-1574.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

|  ABC  Lab.  (USA),  Inc.,  7200  E.  ABC  Ln.,  Columbia,  MO  65202)  Pimephales  promelas,  Lepomis  macrochinu, 
Cypntiodon  vanegatus,  and  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

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95-008864     AI-Chafs,5.M.HEAVYMFTAL  CONCENTRATIONS  INTHETISSUE  OF  5P/\y?L/JMRMrORS)W 

1775  FROM  THE  UNITED  ARAB  EMIRATES,  Bull.  Environ.  Contam.  Toxicol.  55(4):581-587.  1995,  FR40(4)  " 

IDcsert&Mar.Envlron.  Res,  Cent.,  United  Arab  Emirates  Univ.,  P.O.  Boxl  7777,  AI-Ain,  United  ArabEmliatH| 

95.008865     Akaraz,  G.  and  S.  Espina.  ACUTE  TOXICITY  OF  NITRITE  IN  JUVENILE  GRASS  CARP  MODIFIED 
BY  WEIGHT  AND  TEMPERATURE.  Bull.  Environ.  Contitm.  Toxicol.  55(3):473-478.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Ecophysiol.  Lab.,  Dep.  Biol.,  Fac,  Sci.,  Nail,  Autonomous  Univ.  Mexico,  Mexico  D.F.,  CP  04510, 


95-008866  Allen,  Paul.  CHANGES  IN  TISSUE  GLUTATHIONE  LEVELS  IN  THE  CICHLID  OREOCHHQMTJ 
AUREUS  (STEINDACHNERJ  FOLLOWING  LONG  TERM  EXPOSURE  TO  MERCURY,  CADMIUM  AND  1EAD. 
Toxicol.  Environ.  C/iem.  49(H2):M2.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Fac.  Sci.,  Natl.  Univ.  Singapore,  Lower  Kent  Ridge  Rd.,  Singapore  05  1  1  1 

95-008867  Anderson,  B.  S,;  J.  W,  Hunt;  W.  J.  Piekarski;  B.  M.  Phillips;  M.  A.  Englund;  R.  S.  Tieerdcma  and!  D. 
Goelzl.  INFLUENCE  OF  SALINITY  ON  COPPER  AND  A2IDE  TOXICITY  TO  LARVAL  TOPSMELT  AJt-KRINQX 
AFFINI$[fCf  RES).  Arch.  Envimn.  Contam.  Toxicol.  29(3):366-372.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Mar.  Pollul.  Studies  Lab.,  34500  Coast  Rt.  1,  Granite  Canyon,  Monlerey,  CA  93940] 

95008868  Anulacion,  B.  F.;  M.  S.  Myers;  M.  1.  Willis  and  T.  K.  Collier.  CYP1  A  EXPRESSION  IN  TWO  FLATFJiH 
SPECIES  SHOWING  DIFFERENT  PREVALENCES  OF  CONTAMINANT-INDUCED  HEPATIC  DISEASE 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Was/irnfi&i 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-67.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Environ.  Conserv.  Div.,  NMFS/NOAA,  Seattle,  WA]  Pleuronecten  vetulus  and  Ptatichthys  sJetfafiis  h 
Washington. 

95-008869  Bakal,  Robert  S.;  Thomas  Smith  and  Gregory  A.  Lewbart.  EMERGENCY  CARE  OF  A  MNCHOXOi 
[CYPRINUS  CARP10)  SUFFERING  FROM  ACUTE  CHLORINETOXICITY.  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim  Med.  VoL 
26.p.l4-15.1995.FR40(4) 

(N.C.  Slate  Univ.,  Coif,  Vei.  Med,  Raleigh  27606] 

95-008870     Barron,  Mace  G.;  Phillip  W.  Albro  and  William  L,  Hayton.  BIOTRANSFORMATION  OF 
D!{2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE  BY  RAINBOW  TROUT.  Environ,  Toxicol.  Chem.  1  4(5);873-876.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
[RCG/Hagler  Bailly,  Inc.,  P.O.  Box  Drawer  O,  Boulder,  CO  80306]  Oncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-008871  Basu,  T.  K.;  S.  K.  Sarkar  and  5.  Ganguly.  LACTATE  DEHYDROGENASE  ACTIVITY  -  A  TOSSIBL1 
CHEMICAL  INDICATOR  OF  THE  CARP'S  RESISTANCE  TO  ADVERSE  POND  ECOSYSTEM,  MOHUWI  fe 
Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aqunculture  W 
Bordeaux,  trance,  March  23-25,  1994.  }.  Muir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec  Publ.  No  l\ 
p.  135-136.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Biometry  Res,  Unit,  Indian  Slat.  Insl.,  203  Barrackpore  Trunk  Rd,  Calcutla-700  035,  India]  Labeo  lohitt. 
95-008872     Begum,  Ghousia  and  Shantha  Vijayaraghavan.  CHRONIC  EFFECTS  OF  DIMETHOATE  ON  THE 

?!F^?S4?JIVE  POTENTIAL  Of  THE  FRESH-WATER  TELEOST,  CLARIAS  BATRACHUS.  Pntic.  Jd 
44(J):233"23b.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep,  Zool.,  Osmania  Univ.,  Hyderabad-500  007.  A.P.,  India] 


S.o8Mc,  wBcevnn«L^-^-;  A'  Sosa  and  T  L  8e't'nger.  OXYGEN  TOLERANCE  OF  FATHEAD  MINNOM 
PREVIOUSLY  EXPOSED  TO  COPPER,  Bull.  Emimn,  Contam.  Toxicol.  55<4}:51  7-524.  1995  FR  40(4) 
(Bellinger;  Dep.  Biol.  Sci,  Univ.  N.  Tex.,  P.O.  Box  5218,  Denton  76203]  Pimephafa  promefas. 

«iJS!Jirr^S4rS?r!?a  L  and  CI'Ve  W'  Evans"  TOXICITY  OF  PULP  AND  PAPER  MILL  DFFLUENIS: 
ASSESSMENTUSING  ZEBRAFISH  EMBRYO-LARVAL  ASSAYS  AND  EEL  PATHOLOGY.  International  Syirowo 

on  Aquatic  Animal  Heallh:  Program  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  44,  1994.  Wj 
V.  Hednck  anil  lames  K.  Wmton,  organizers,  p.  P-66.  1  994..  FR  40{4) 

|Dev.  Biol.  &  Cancer  Res.  Group,  EcotoxJcol.  Unit,  Sch.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Auckland,  Auckland,  New  ZwUnd 
Anguifla  australis  and  Damp  leito. 


•  *•„•«.  ,*-.  « ...  ,  -  J'  Peimanen-  HEAVY  METALS  IN  PERCH  (PERCA  FLUVIATIUS  L)  FROM  TWO 
,nnc  m  .^S  ^  THE  5ALpAUSSELKA  ESKER  AREA  IN  FINLAND.  Water  Air  Soil  Potlttt.  81  (3/4):2fl3-!H 
1995.  FR  40(4)  '  '  ' 

[Dep.  Ltmnor.  &  Environ.  Prot,,  P.O.  Box  27,  (Environ.  Prot.,  Viikki),  000)4  Univ.  Helsinki,  Helsinki,  HnM 

r5S25??TiJ???!iS^j9l"eii  chrislelle  B&Hanger;  Yvon  Cadiou  and  Francois  Galganl.  JOINT  ACTION  OF 
wrS  c  ,  •  ?  FSL,'iJlANTS  ON  THE  ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE  ACTIVITY  OF  SEVERAL  MARINE 
SPECIES.  £cotoxico/o£y4(4):266-279. 1995.  FR40(4) 

IIFREMER,  BP  1049,  44037  Nantes  Cedex,  France]  Cattlonymus  lyra  and  Solea  solea. 
^40(4)  ,42  10K 


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95-008877  Bremle,  Gudrun;  Lennarl  Okla  and  Per  Larsson.  UPTAKE  OF  PCBs  IN  FISH  IN  A  CONTAMINATED 
RiVER  SYSTEM:  BIOCONCENTRATION  FACTORS  MEASURED  IN  THE  FIELD.  Environ.  Sci  Techno! 
1 91&);201G-2Q1 5. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Ecotoxicol.,  Dep.  Ecol.,  Lund  Univ.,  223  62  Lund,  Sweden! 

95-OQ8B78  Broderius,  Steven ).;  Michael  D.  Kahl  and  Marilynn  D.  Hoglund.  USE  OF  JOINT  TOXIC  RESPONSE 
TO  DEFINE  THE  PRIMARY  MODE  OF  TOXIC  ACTION  FOR  DIVERSE  INDUSTRIAL  ORGANIC  CHEMICALS. 
Environ.  Toxico!.  Chetn.  14(9):1591-1605.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(U.S.  Environ.  Proi.  Agency,  Environ.  Res.  Lab.-Duluth,  6201  Congdon  Blvd.,  Duluth,  MN  S5804|  Pimephalcs 
promelas. 

95-008B79  Brown,  f.  A.  and  C.  P.  Waring.  THE  THYROIDAL  STATUS  OF  BROWN  TROUT  EXPOSED  TO 
ALUMINIUM  IN  ACIDIC  SOFT  WATERS.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology 
and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-M  August  J995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol,  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl. 
S«U1  74.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[BioJ.  Sci.,  Univ.  Exeter,  Exeter,  England]  Salmo  trutta. 

95-008880  Bunion,  T.  E.;  M.  J.  Wolfe;  H.  S.  Gardner  and  M.  W.  Toussanit.  LIGHT  MICROSCOPIC  AND 
I WMUNOCYTOCHEWICAL EVALUATION  OF  OF  UNUSUAL  NEOPLASMS  INDUCED  IN  MEDAKA(ORYZMS 
MT/PfS)  BY  W-WETHYL-N'-NITRO-W-NITROSO-GUANIDINE.  /ntemalionar  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and 
/arnei  R.  Winter*,  organizers,  p.  W-18.2.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[DJv.  Camp.  Med.,  Dep.  Palhol.,  Johns  Hopkins  Univ.,  Baltimore,  MD  21218] 

95-008881  Burkliartt,  Lawrence  P.  and  Barbara  R.  Sheedy.  EVALUATION  OF  SCREENING  PROCEDURES  FOR 
BtOCONCENTRATABlE  ORGANIC  CHEMICALS  IN  EFFLUENTS  AND  SEDIMENTS.  Environ.  Joxicol.  Diem. 
14(4}:697-711.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[US.  Environ,  Prol.  Agency,  Environ.  Res.  Lab.,  6201  Congdon  Blvd.,  Duluth,  MN  55804)  Lepomis  in  Alabama. 

9S-0088fl2  Bumell,  K.  G.;  K.  C.  MacDougal  and  P.  Mericko,  DISRUPTION  OF  SIGNAL  TRANSDUCTION  IN 
TELEOST  LYMPHOCYTES  BY  XENOBIOTIC  STRESSORS:  THE  HORMETIC  RESPONSE  TO  MERCURIC  AND 
METHYLMERCURIC  CHLORIDE.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-M  August  (995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  ed/lor.  Physiot.  Zoo/.  &8(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:174.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Mar.  Blorned.  &  Environ.  Sci.,  Med,  Univ.  S.C.,  Charleston  29401 1 

95-008883     Bury,  N,  R,;  f,  B.  Eddy  and  G,  A.  Codd.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  THE  CYANO BACTERIUM  MICROCYSJIS 
AFRUONOM,  THE  CYANOBACTERIALHEPATOTOXINMICROCYSTIN-LR,  AND  AMMONIA  ON  GROWTH 
RATE  AND  IONIC  REGULATION  OF  BROWN  TROUT./.  Fish  Biol.  46(6):  1 042-1 054.  1995.  FR40(4) 
pep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Dundee,  Dundee  DD1  4HN,  Scotland]  Sa/mo  Irulta. 

95-008884  Calumpang,  S.  M.  F.;  M.  J.  B.  Medina;  A.  W.  Tejada  and  J.  R,  Medina.  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT 
OF  TWO  MOLLUSCIODES:  NICLOSAMIDE  AND  METALDEHYDE  IN  A  RICE  PADDY  ECOSYSTEM.  Bull. 
Cnviron.  Caniam.  Toxkot.  55(4):494-501.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Tcjacta:  Nail.  Crop  Prot.  Cent.,  Univ.  Philippines  Los  Banos,  College,  Laguna  4031,  Philippines]  'filapin  and 
Cyprimis  carpto  in  the  Philippines. 

95-0098B5     Camusso,  Marina;  Luigi  Vigano  and  Raffaella  Balestrini.  BIOCONCENTRATION  OF  TRACE 
METALS  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT;  A  FIELD  STUDY.  Ecotoxicol.  Environ.  Saf.  31(2):133-141,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Ricerca  sulla  Acque,  CNR,  via  Occhiate,  20047  Brugherio,  Italy]  Oncor/iync/ius  myWss  in  Italy. 

95-OOB8B&  Giamie,  S.  and  R.  Reimschuessel.  GENTAMICIN  NEPHROTOXICITY  IN  A  MARINE  FISH.  Proc.  Int. 
Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Med  Vol.  25.  p.  142-143.  1994,  FR  40(4) 

(Aquat.  P.ilhobiol.  Cent.,  Dep.  Palhol.,  711    MSTF,  Univ.  Md.  Sch.  Med.,  Baltimore  2)201-1192. 
le!:4 10706-7230)  Opsanus  tail, 

95-008807  Chevreuil,  Marc;  Laurent  Cranier  and  Anne-Marie  Carru,  RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN  BIOLOGICAL 
PARAMETERS  AND  BIOACCUMULATION  OF  SOME  ORGANOCHLORINES  (PESTICIDES,  PCS)  BY  FISHES 
IM  THE  RIVER  SEIN£  (FRANCE).  Waler  Air  Soil  Pollut.  81  (1/2 ):1 07-1 20.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Hydrol.  &  Climatol.,  Lab.  Chim.  anal.  &  Hydrol.  gen.,  Univ.  Paris  VI,  4,  PI.  Jussicu,  75252  Paris  Cedex 
05,  France]  Rtttilvs  rutilus  and  Pcrca  lluvialilis, 

95-OOS988  Choi,  Moon-Sul  and  Naohide  Kinae.  [TOXIC  EFFECT  OF  MICROPOLLUTANTS  ON  COASTAL 
ORGANISMS.  I.TOXICITY  ON  SOME  MARINE  FISHES.]  Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  27(5):529-534.  1994.  In  Korean 
iviih  English  surnm.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Mar.  Dcv.,  Kunsan  Natl.  Univ.,  Kunsan,  Korea)  Paralichtliys  olivaceus,  Mug/7  cephalus,  and  Sebasfes 
schtegpH. 

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BIOMARKER.  fraKxicobgy  4d):157-l  68.  1  995.  f  R  40(4)  WATERS.  A  POSSIIII 

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|U.S.  Environ.  Prol.  Agency,  Environ.  Res.  Lab.,  1  Sablne  Dr.,  Gulf  Breeze,  FL  32561]  Rivufa  niarmofjfB. 


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AND  DIETARY  SUPPLEMENT  OF  VITAMIN  8  COMPLEX  ON  THE  HISTOPATHOl  OG  CAI  r  I^Nrp 

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(Dep,  ZooL,  Miami  Univ.,  Oxford,  OH  45056| 


|Dep.  Zool.,  Miami  Univ.,  Oxford,  OH  45056]  Pimephales  promelas. 
ONAfROMSPARUSAURATA  LIVEt 
liv.  Cordoba,  14071 -Cordoba,  Spain] 


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95-006902  Folmar,  LeroyC.and  Nancy  D.  Denslow.  VITELLOGENIN  AND  APOLIPOPROTEIN  A-l  AS  TUMOR 
MARKERS  IN  8ROWN  BULLHEADS  AND  RAINBOW  TROUT.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal 
Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1 994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and 
fames  R.  Wirtton,  organizers,  p.  P-6B.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

[U.S.  Environ.  Prot.  Agency,  Gulf  Breeze,  FL]  OncorViync/ius  mykiss  and  Ameiurus  nebulosus. 

95-008903      Fournie,  ].  W.  and  W,  K.  Vogelbein.  EXOCRINE  PANCREATIC  NEOPLASMS   IN  THE 
MUMMICHOG  (FUNDULUS  HETEROCLITUS)  FROM  A  CREOSOTE-CONTAMINATED  SITE.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-df  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R,  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-18.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
|U .5.  Environ.  Prot.  Agency,  Environ.  Res.  Lab.,  1  Sabine  Dr.,  Gulf  Breeze,  FL  32561] 

95-008904     Francis-Floyd,  Ruth;  Brad  Bolon  and  Peggy  Reed.  FLUBENDAZOL  TOXICITY  IN  DISCUS 
{SYMPHYSODON  SP.).  Proc  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Met/.  Vol.  25.  p.  61 ,  1 994.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Colf.  Vet.  Med.,  Univ.  Fla.,  Gainesville  32601  ]  Pterophyllum  scalare. 

95-008905  Gagne,  F.  and  C.  Blaise.  EVALUATION  OF  THE  GENOTOXICITY  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL 
CONTAMINANTS  IN  SEDIMENTS  TO  RAINBOW  TROUT  HEPATOCYTES.  Environ.  Toxicol.  Water  Qua/. 
10d):217-229.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Environ.  Canada,  St.  Lawrence  Cent.,  1 05  McGill,  Montreal,  PQ,  Canada  H2Y  2£7|  Oncor/iync/ius  mykiss. 

95-008906  Gagne,  Francois;  Sylvain  Trottier;  Christian  Blaise;  Jim  Sproull  and  Bill  Ernst.  GENOTOXICITY  OF 
SEDIMENT  EXTRACTS  OBTAINED  IN  THE  VICINITY  OF  A  CREOSOTE-TREATED  WHARF  TO  RAINBOW 
TROUT  HEPATOCYTES.  Toxicol.  Lett.  (Amst.)  78(3):1 75-1 82.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

|Sl.  Lawrence  Cent,  Environ,  Canada,  105  McGill,  Montreal,  PQ,  Canada  H2Y  2E7]  Onccr/iyric/ius  mykiss. 

95-003907  Genlhner,  Fred  J.  and  Douglas  P.  Middaugh.  NONTARGET  TESTING  OF  AN  INSECT  CONTROL 
FUNGUS:  EFFECTS  OF  METARHIZIUM  ANISOPLIAE  ON  DEVELOPING  EMBRYOS  OF  THE  INLAND 
SILVERS1DE  FISH  MENIDIA  BERYLLINA.  Dis.  Aquat.  Org,  22(3);163-171.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|U.S.  Environ.  Prot,  Agency,  Environ,  Res.  Lab.,  1  Sabine  Island  Dr.,  Gulf  Breeze,  FL  32561 1 

95-008908  George,  D.  B,;  S.  G.  Berk;  V.  D.  Adams;  R.  S.  Ting;  R,  O,  Roberts;  L.  H.  Parks  and  R.  C.  Loll.  TOXICITY 
OF  ALUM  SLUDGE  EXTRACTS  TO  A  FRESHWATER  ALGA,  PROTOZOAN,  FISH,  AND  MARINE  BACTERIUM. 
Arch  Environ.  Conlam.  Toxicol.  29(2):149-158.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Manage.  Util.  &  Prot.  Water  Resour.,  Tenn.  Technol.  Univ.,  Box  5033,  Cookeville  38505|  Pimephales 
promelns. 

95-008909  George,  S.  G.;  J.  S.  Christiansen;  B.  Klllie  and  J.  Wright.  DIETARY  CRUDE  OIL  EXPOSURE  DURING 
SEXUAL  MATURATION  INDUCES  HEPATIC  MIXED  FUNCTION  OXYGENASE  (CYP1A)  ACTIVITY  AT  VERY 
LOW  ENVIRONMENTAL  TEMPERATURES  IN  POLAR  COD  BOREOCADUS  SAIDA.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser. 
1220-3}:307-312. 1995,  FR  40(4) 

|NERC  Unit  Aquat.  Biochem.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland] 

95-008910  Giesy,  J.  P.,  et  al.  CONTAMINANTS  IN  FISHES  FROM  GREAT  IAKES-1NFLUENCED  SECTIONS 
AND  ABOVE  DAMS  OF  THREE  MICHIGAN  RIVERS:  III.  IMPLICATIONS  FOR  HEALTH  OF  BALD  EAGLES,  Arch. 
Environ.  Contam.  Toxicol.  29(3):309-321.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Pestic.  Res.  Cent.  &  Insl.  Environ.  Toxicol.,  Mich.  State  Univ.,  East  Lansing  48824-1 222| 

95-OOB911  Gfickman,  Andrew  H.;  Howard  C.  Alexander;  Robert ).  Buccnfusco;  Carl  R.  Morris;  Barbara  O. 
Francis;  Donald  C.  Surprenant  and  Timothy  J.  Ward,  AN  EVALUATION  OF  THE  AQUATIC  HAZARD  OF 
CUMENE  (ISOPROPYL  BENZENE).  EcoHxdcol.  Environ.  Saf.  31(3):287-289.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Chevron  Res.  &  Technol.  Co.,  100  Chevron  Way,  Richmond,  CA  94706)  O/icor/iyrtcnus  mykiss  and 
Cyprinodon  vatiegatus. 

95-003912  Glynn,  P.  W.;  D.  G.  Rumbold  and  S.  C.  Snedaker.  ORGANOCHLORINE  PESTICIDE  RESIDUES  IN 
MARINE  SEDIMENT  AND  BIOTA  FROM  THE  NORTHERN  FLORIDA  REEF  TRACT.  Mar.  Pollut  Bull. 
30J6}:397-402.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Oiv.  Mar.  Blol,  &  Rsh.,  Rosenstiel  School  Mar.  &  Atmos.  Sci.,  Univ.  Miami,  4600  Rickenbacker  Causeway, 
Miami,  FL  33149]  Haemulon  plumierl. 

95-008913  Gnyubkin,  V.  F.  and  P,  G.  Semen'kov.  [THRESHOLD  CONCENTRATIONS  OF  IONS  OF  ZINC 
AND  COPPER  FOR  THE  STINGRAY  DASYATIS  PASTINACA.]  Mar.  Biologtya  Morya  (Vladivostok)  20(5):396-401 . 
1994.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Sensory  Physlol.  Group,  Karadag  Branch,  Inst.  Biol,  South,  Seas,  Acad.  Sci.  Ukraine,  Feodosia  334876, 
Ukraine  |i 

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95-008914     Gobas,  Frank  A.  P.  C;  Michael  N.  Z'Graggen  and  Xin  Zhang.  TIME  RESPONSE  OF  THE  LAKE 

ONTARIO  ECOSYSTEM  TO  VIRTUAL  ELIMINATION  OF  PCBs.  Environ.  Sci.  &  Tec/ino/.  29(8):2038-204&,  1995. 

FR4Q(4) 

[Sen.  Resour.  &  Environ.  Manage.,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.,  Burnaby,  BC,  Canada  V5A  156.  161:604-291-5928; 
fax:604-291-4968;  e-maikgobas@sfu.ca)/Wosa  pseuc/o/iarengus,  Coitus  cognalus,  Osmerus  mordax,  and  Sa/vefinur 
namaycuih. 

95-OOS9I5     Goodwin,  L.  K.  and  D.  M.  Ensor.  CHANGES  IN  IMMUNE  PARAMETERS  OF  GASTEROSKU5 
ACULEAUIS  {1.)  IN  RESPONSE  TO  SUBLETHAL  CONCENTRATIONS  OF  HEAVY  METALS.  Internatlonat 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  Septembef 
4-9,  )994,  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winlon,  organizers,  p.  W-11.2.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Environ.  &  Evol.  Bio).,  Univ.  Liverpool,  P.O.  Box  1  47,  Liverpool  L69  3BX,  England] 

95-008916  Grimwood,  Mark  |.  and  Tony  ),  Dobbs.  A  REVIEW  OF  THE  AQUATIC  ECOTOXICOLOGY  OF 
POLYCHLORINATED  DIBENZO-p-DIOXINS  AND  DIBENZOFURANS.  Environ.  Toxicol.  Water  Qua!. 
10(1):57-75.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Water  Res.  Cent.  (WRc),  Medmenham,  P.O.  Box  16,  Marlow,  Buckinghamshire,  SL7  2HD,  England)  Dala 
for  nine  species. 

95-00891  7  Guillen,  J.  L;  M,  I  ndo  and  H.  Kawatsu.  AMMONIA  TOXICITY  TO  MARINE  FISH  LARVAE  TOR 
AQUACULTURE  PURPOSES  IN  SOUTHERN  JAPAN.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animaf  Heallh: 
Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  I'.  Hedrick  and  lames 
R.  Winton,  organizers.  p.  W-1S.fr.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.,  Fac.  Aquacull.,  Univ.  MEyazaki,  Gakuen  Kibanadai,  Miyazaki  889-21,  Japan]  Pagrus  major  and 
Nibea  japonica. 

95-000918  Hall,  Lenwood  W.,  Jr.;  Michael  C.  Ziegenfuss;  Ronald  D.  Anderson  and  Brent  L  Lewis.  THE  EFFECT 
OF  SALINITY  ON  THE  ACUTE  TOXICITY  OF  TOTAL  AND  FREECADMIUM  TO  ACHESAPEAKE  BAY  COPETOD 
AND  FISH,  Mar.  PoSut  Bull.  30{6};376-3B4.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Ujiiv,  Md.,  Agric.  Exp.  Sin.,  Wye  Res.  &  Educ.  Cent,  P.O.  Box  169,  Queenstown  21658]  Cyprinodon 


95-008919     Hall,  Lenwood  W.,  Jr.  and  Ronald  D.  Anderson.  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  SALINITY  ON  THE  TOXICITY 
OF  VARIOUS  CLASSES  OF  CHEMICALS  TO  AQUATIC  BIOTA.  CriL  Rev.  Joxicol.  25(4):2B1  -346.  1995,  FR  10(4) 
[Univ.  Md.  Syst,  Agric,  Exp.  Sin.,  Wye  Res.  &  Educ.  Cent.,  P.O.  Box  169,  Queenstown  2165B] 

$5-008920  Hall,  W.  S.  and  C.  W,  Pulliam.  AN  ASSESSMENT  OF  METALS  IN  AN  ESTUARINE  WETLANDS 
ECOSYSTEM.  Arch.  Environ.  Contam.  Toxico/.  29(2):1  64-1  73.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

(Pulliam:  Eckenfelder  Inc.,  227  French  Landing  Dr.,  Nashville,  TN  37228]  Fundulus  heteroclittis  in  New  Jersey. 

95-008921  Hamza-Chaffai,  A.;  R.  P.  Cosson;  C.  Anil  ard-Triq  net  and  A,  Et  Abed.  PHYSICO-CHEMICAL  FORMS 
OF  STORAGE  OF  METALS  [Cd,  Cu  AND  Zn)  AND  METALLOTHIONEIN-LIKE  PROTEINS  IN  GILLS  AND  LIVES 
OF  MARINE  FISH  FROM  THE  TUNISIAN  COAST:  ECOTOXICOLOGICAL  CONSEQUENCES.  Camp.  B/'oclicm. 
Wiy*ta/.C«ramiacolL  TbxicoUndoamo/.  111(2);329-341.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

flPEIS,  BP  805,  Rle.  Menzel  chaker,  3000-SFAX,  Tunisia.  tel:(4}241  403;  fax;(4)246  347]  Diptodus  anmtljrit. 
Scorpaena  porcus,  and  5.  scrota. 

95-008922  Harlwell,  5.  Ian;  David  M.  Jordahl;  Joyce  E.  Evans  and  Eric  B.  May.  TOXICITY  OF  AIRCRAFT  DE-ICE  ft 
AND  ANTI-ICER  SOLUTIONS  TO  AQUATIC  ORGANISMS,  Environ.  Toxico/.  Chem.  14(0}:137S-13Blj.  1W5. 
FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Nat  Resour,  Tidewater  Admin.,  Chesapeake  Bay  Res.  &  Monitoring  Div.,  Annapolis,  MD  2M01| 
Pimephates  prome/as  in  Maryland. 

95-008923  Hubert,  Craig  E,  and  Karen  A,  Keenleyslde.  TO  NORMALIZE  OR  NOT  TO  NORMALIZE?  FAT  IS 
THE  QUESTION.  Environ.  Toxico/.  Chem.  14(5):801-807.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Environ.  Canada,  Canadian  Wild).  Serv.,  Nail,  Wilcll.  Res.  Cent.,  100  Gamelin  Blvd.,  Hull,  PQ,  Canada  KIA 
OH3]  Pi'mepha/es  notatus  and  Nolropls  hudsonius. 

95-008924  Hecht,JodiEliseDorfman.ACUTEEFFECTSOFTHEORGANOPHOSPI-IATEPESTICIDENUVANm 
ON  THE  OPTICAL  AND  BIOCHEMICAL  PROPERTIES  OF  CULTURED  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  .MMflJ 
LENSES.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Waterloo  (Canada)  1  18p.  1994.  From  Maslers  Abstr.  Int.  33(2):530.  1995,  Order  No. 
MAMM89550.  FR40(4) 

95-008925  Heger,  Wolfgang;  Simone-Jacquelrne  Jung;  Sabine  Martin  and  Horst  Peter.  ACUTE  AND 
PROLONGED  TOXICITYTO  AQUATIC  ORGANISMS  OFNEW  AND  EXISTING  CHEMICALS  AND  PESTICIDES. 
C/iemosp/iere  31  (2):2  707-2726.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Umwellbundesamt,,  Bismaickpl.  1,  D-14193  Berlin,  Germanyl 

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95008926  Hellou,  ).;  W.  G.  Warren  and  C.  Mercer.  ORGANOCHLORINES  IN  PLEURONECTIDAE: 
COMPARISON  BETWEEN  THREE  TISSUES  OF  THREE  SPECIES  INHABITING  THE  NORTHWEST  ATLANTIC, 
Arch.  Environ.  Contam.  Toxitol.  29{3):302-308.  1995.  FR4Q(4) 

[Sci.  Branch,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  P.O.  Box  5667,  Si-John's,  NF,  Canada  A1C  5X1)  Reinhardtius 
s,  Hippogtossoides  platessoides,  and  Plcumnectes  ferrugineus. 


95*08927     Hinlon,  D.  E.  BIOMARKERS  AS  INDICATORS  OF  TOXIC  EXPOSURE  AND  EFFECT,  frilemaf/ona/ 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  1994.  Ranald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  IV-1  .  1  994.  FR  40(4) 
|  Dep.  Anal.,  Physiol.  &  Cell  Biol.,  Univ.  Calif,,  Davis  95616] 

95W8928  Holladay,  S.  D.;  S.  A.  Smith  and  H.  EI-Habback.  ALTERED  PRONEPHRIC  MACROPHAGE 
PHAGOCYTOSIS  IN  TILAPIA  (OREOCHROM1S  NILOJICUS)  EXPOSED  TO  1  PART-PER-BILLION  OF  THE 
ORCANOPHOSPHATE  INSECTICIDE,  CHLORPYRIFOS.  //iternat/ona/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health: 
Program  and  Abslracts,  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  James 
R.  Winton,  oigartizers.  p.  P-71  .  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  BiomedSci.,  Va.-Md.  Reg.  Coll.  Vel.  Med.,  VPI&SU,  Blacksburg,  VA  24061] 

95-O06929  Hontela,  Alice;  Pierre  Durnoni;  Dominick  Duclos  and  Rejean  Fortin.  ENDOCRINE  AND 
METABOLIC  DYSFUNCTION  IN  YELLOW  PERCH  PERCA  FLAVESCENS,  EXPOSED  TO  ORGANIC 
CONTAMINANTS  AND  HEAVY  METALS  IN  THE  ST.  LAWRENCE  RIVER.  Envfron.  Tox/co/.  Chem.  1  4(4):725-731. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  ScL  BioL,  TOXEN,  Univ.  Quebec,  C.P.  8088,  Succ.  A,  Montreal,  PQ,  Canada  H3C  3P8] 

95*00930  Horsberg,  T.  E.;  K,  Ingebriglsen;  S.  Ngethe  and  E.  Milema.  SPECIES  DIFFERENCES  IN  THE 
DISPOSITION  OF  AFLATOXIN  Bi  BETWEEN  RAINBOW  TROUT  AND  TILAPIA.  International  Symposium  on 
Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald 
P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-69.  1994.  PR  40(4) 

{Norwegian  Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Oslo,  Norway]  Oncor/iync/ms  mykiss  and  Tilapla  nihtica. 

95-OQB93  1  (ohnsen,  Kjeil;  Kaj  Maltsson;  Jukka  Tana;  Trevor  R,  Stuthridge;  Jarl  Hemming  and  Karl  J.  Lehtinen. 
UPTAKE  AND  ELIMINATION  OF  RESIN  ACIDS  AND  PHYSIOLOGICAL  RESPONSES  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT 
EXPOSED  TO  TOTAL  MILL  EFFLUENT  FROM  AN  INTEGRATED  NEWSPRINT  MILL.  Envfron.  Tox/co/.  Chem. 
H|9):156M560.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[Norwegian  Pulp  &  Paper  Res,.  Inst.,  P.O.  Box  24,  Blindern,  N-031  3  Oslo,  Norway]  Oncor/iyncbus  myfciss. 

95-008932  Kane,  Andrew  S.  and  Michael  M.  Llpsky.  IN  VITRO  GLUCURONYLTRANSFERASE  KINETICS  TO 
ASSESS  THE  RELATIVE  TOXICITY  OF  AQUEOUS  PHENOLS  IN  FISH,  Proc.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  An/m.  Med.  Vol. 
25.  p.  1  65.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR40(4) 

[Aquat.  Palhobtal.  Cent.,  Dep.  Pathol.,  Univ.  Md.  Sch.  Med.,  10  S.  Pine  St.,  Baltimore  21201-1192. 
td;4  10-706-7230]  Petiomyzon  tnarinus,  Ictalurus  punctatus,  Oncorhynchus  mykiss,  and  iepomts  mactochirus. 

9S-0069J3     Kennedy,  Christopher  ).;  Ruston  M.  Sweeting;  Jeffrey  A,  Johansen;  Anthony  P.  Farrell  and  Brian  A. 
McKeo™.  ACUTE  EFFECTS  OF  CHLORINATED  RESIN  ACID  EXPOSURE  ON  JUVENILE  RAINBOW  TROUT, 
ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS.  Environ.  Tox/co/.  Chem.  1  4(6):977-902.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  BioL  Sci.,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.,  Burnaby,  BC,  Canada  V5A  1  S&J 

95flOB934  KTtzman,  Joseph  V.  SPECIFIC  ION  AND  TOXICOLOGIC  ANALYSIS.  In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K. 
Sloskopf,  editor,  p.  204-209.  1993.  FR  40(4) 

[Coll.  Vel.  Med,,  Miss.  Stale  Univ.,  Mississippi  State  397621 

95-008935  Knobcloch,  Lynda  M.;  Meg  Ziarnik;  Henry  A.  Anderson  and  Vernon  N.  Dodson.  IMPORTED 
SEABASS  AS  A  SOURCE  OF  MERCURY  EXPOSURE:  A  WISCONSIN  CASE  STUDY.  Environ.  Health  Perspect. 
1Q3(6):&04-60  6.  1995.  FR40(4) 

(Bureau  Public  Health,  Dep.  Health  &  Social  Serv.,  Madison,  Wl  53703] 

9S-OOB936  Knudsen,  P.  K.  and  F.  B.  Jensen.  POTASSIUM  BLANCE  IN  CARP  (CYPRINUS  CARPIO)  DURING 
ANDFOLLOWINC  NITRITE  EXPOSURE.  Proceedings  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology 
and  Biocb&nistiy,  Biimlngham,  UK,  6-H  August  J995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4}Suppl. 
Secl,:175.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR40(4) 

|lfist.  Biol.,  Odense  Univ.,  Odense,  Denmark) 

95-008937  Kraal,  Marco  H.;  Michlel  H.  S.  Kraak;  Chris  ).  de  Groot  and  Cees  Davids.  UPTAKE  AND  TISSUE 
DISTRIBUTION  Of  DIETARY  AND  AQUEOUS  CADMIUM  BY  CARP  (CYPRINUS  CARPIO).  Ecofox/co/.  Environ. 
Sa!.  31  [2>:1  79-183,  1995.  FR  40{4) 

k:  Dep.  Aqual.  Ecotoxicol,,  Univ.  Amsterdam,  Kruislaan  320,  1098  SM  Amsterdam,  Netherlands] 


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TOXICOLOGY;  8IOASSAYS  (Conlinued) 

95-008938  Kruge*,  R.  FISH  TISSUES  -  POSSIBLE  BIOMARKERS  FOR  POOR  WATER  CONDITION. 
International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-70.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

(Dep.  Fish  Cult.  &  Fish  Palhol.,  InsI-  Freshwater  &  Fish  EcoL,  Berlin,  Germany]  Rutitus  rutilus  in  Germany. 

95-008939  Kryshev,  1. 1.  RADIOACTIVE  CONTAMINATION  OF  AQUATIC  ECOSYSTEMS  FOLLOWING  THE 
CHERNOBYL  ACCIDENT./.  Environ.  Raciioact.  27(3}:207-2 19.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|lnsl.  Exp.  Meteorol,  SPA  'Typhoon/  82  Lenin  Ave.,  Obninsk,  Kaluga  Reg,  249020,  Russia] 

95-008940  Laverock,  M,  \:,  M.  Slephenson  and  C.  R.  Macdonald.  TOXICITY  OF  IODINE,  IODIDE,  AND 
IODATETO  DAPHNIA  MAGNA  AND  RAINBOW  TROUT  (ONCORHYNCHUS  MYKISS).  Arch.  Environ,  Conlwi 
Joxkot.  29(3):344-350. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[AECL  Res.,  Whileshell  lab,,  Pinawa,  MB,  Canada  ROE  1 LO] 

95-008941  Ling,  Yong-Chien;  Der-Kau  Soong  and  Mei-Kuei  Lee.  PCDD/DFs  AND  COPLANAR  PCBi  IK 
SEDIMENT  AND  FISH  SAMPLES  FROM  THE  CR-JEN  RIVER  IN  TAIWAN.  Chemosphere  31(3);2863-2S72. 1995 
FR40(4) 

[Dep.  Chem.,  Nail.  Tsing  Hua  Univ.,  Hsinchu,  Taiwan  30043]  Megalops  cyprinoktes,  Tilapia  nios-sambka, 
Va/amugi7  cunnesws,  and  data  for  five  olher  species. 

95-008942  lorrtax,  D.  P.;  C.  H.  Harness;  L.  L  Johnson;  M.  S.  Myers  and  U.  Varanasi.  USE  Of  THE  HOCKEY 
STICK  REGRESSION  MODEL  TO  DETERMINE  THRESHOLD  LEVELS  FOR  SUBLETHAL  EFFECTS  OF 
SEDIMENT-ASSOCIATED  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBONS  ON  BENTHIC  MARINE  FISH.  frilemarioniT 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  .September 
4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  James  R.  Win  ton,  organizers.  p.W-8.3.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Envifon.  Conserv.  Dfv.,  NMFS,  NOAAr  Seattle,  WA]  Pleuronectes  americanus,  Genyonemus  lincakis,  and 
Pteuronecles  vetufus. 

95-008943     Lolls,  Joseph  William,  Jr.  and  Arlhur  Jay  Stewart.  MINNOWS  CAN  ACCLIMATE  TO  TOTAL 
RESIDUAL  CHLORINE.  Environ.  Toxico!.  Chem.  14(a):l365-1374.  1995.  PR  40(4) 
[ABC  Lab.,  Inc.,  7200  E.  ABC  Ln.,  Columbia,  MO  65202J  Wotem/gonus  crysoleucas. 

95-008944  Lolls,  Joseph  W.,  Jr.  MINNOWS  CAN  ACCLIMATE  TO  TOTAL  RESIDUAL  CHLORINE.  M.S.  ihcsis, 
Te/in.  Techno/.  Univ.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-008945  Lu,  J.-R.;  hL  Miyala;  C.-W.  Huang;  H.-T.  Tsai;  V.-Z.  Sheng;  T.  Nakao;  Y.  Mase;  O.  Aoznsa  and  S 
Ohla.  CONTAMINATION  LEVELS  OF  PCDDs,  PCDFs  AND  NON-ORTHO  CHLORINE  SUBSTITUTED 
COPLANAR  PCBs  IN  MILKFISH  AND  CRAB  FROM  CULTURE  POND  AND  COASTAL  AREA  NEAR  OPEN-MS 
1NCINERATIONSITES  FOR  METAL  RECLAMATION  IN  WAN-LI,  TAIWAN,  REPUBLIC  OFCHINA.  Chemosphw 
31(3):2959-2970.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Chem,,  Chun^  Yuan  Christian  Univ.  Chung-Li,  Taiwan  32039]  C/ianos  c/ianos. 

95-008946  Malla  Reddy,  P.  and  Md.  Bashamohidecn.  ALTERATIONS  IN  PROTEIN  METAEtOLISM  W 
SELECTED  TISSUES  OF  FISH,  CYPRINUS  CARPIO,  DURING  SUBLETHAL  CONCENTRATION  Of 
CYPERMETHRIN,  Environ.  Monit.  Assess.  3&(2);1 83-190. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  ZooL,  Sri  Krfshnadevaraya  Univ.,  Ananlapur-515  003,  Andhra  Pradesh,  India] 

95-008947  Marefc,  Jan;  Elzbieta  Szutkowska-Wojnczek  and  Zofia  Czarna.  THE  EFFECT  OF  COPPER  (Cu2'j0.4 
CARP  (CYPRINUS  CARPIO  L.)  JUVENILES  IN  A  LABORATORY  EXPERIMENT.  Pol.  Arch.  HydmbSd 
38(3-4):485-494. 1991.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR40(4) 

95-008948  Marlel,  P.  H,;  T.  G.  Kovacs;  B.  I.  O'Connor  and  R,  H.  Voss.  A  LABORATORY  EXPOSURE 
PROCEDURE  FOR  SCREENING  PULP  AND  PAPER  MILL  EFFLUENTS  FOR  THE  POTENTIAL  OF  CAUSING 
INCREASED  MIXED  FUNCTION  OXIDASE  ACTIVITY  IN  FISH.  Environ.  Pollul.  89(3):229-240. 1 995.  FR  40H! 
[Pulp  &  Paper  Res.  Inst.  Canada,  570  St.  John's  Blvd.,  Pointe-Claire,  PQ,  Canada  H9R  3J9]  Oncaibynttiui 
mykiss. 

95-008949    Malhur,  Anil  K.;  Brahma  N.  Gupta;  Chltra  Agarwal;  Shalini  Arora  and  Abhlmanyu  Singh,  EFFECTS 
OFLINEARALKYLBENZENESULPHONATE  ON  FISH:AN/NWVOSTUDY.PoMrc/i.  H/t/fofaiW.  37(3J:413-J1B. 
1990.  In  English  with  Polish  summ.  FR  40{4) 
Channa  punclala. 

95-008950  Malishov,  G.  G.;  D.  G.  Malishov  and  C.  Rissanen,  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  RADIONUCLIW 
ACCUMULATION  IN  8ENTHIC  ORGANISMS  AND  FISH  OF  THE  BARENTS  AND  KARA  SEAS.  Dottl.  Biot,  Sti. 
Vol.  342.  p.  271-272. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Murmansk  Inst.  Mar.  Biol,,  Kola  Sci.  Cent,  Russian  Acad.  Sd,  ul.  Vladimirskaya  17,  Murmansk,  1B3i 
Russia) 

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95-008951  McDonald,  S.  ).;  M.  C.  Kennicult  II;  H.  Liu  and  S.  H.  Safe.  ASSESSING  AROMATIC 
HYDROCARBON  EXPOSURE  IN  ANTARCTIC  FISH  CAPTURED  NEAR  PALMER  AND  McMURDO  STATIONS, 
ANTARCTICA.  Arch.  Environ.  Co/Ham.  Tox/co/.  29{2):232-240.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Geochem.  &  Environ.  Res.  Group,  Tex.  A&M  Univ.,  833  Graham  Rd,  College  Station  77845]  Notolhenia 
gibbeiiirons. 

95-00&952  McCinness,  Kellie  L;  Greta  A.  Fryxell  and  John  D.  McEachran.  PSEUDONIUSCHIA  SPECIES 
FOUND  IN  DIGESTIVE  TRACTS  OF  NORTHERN  ANCHOVIES  (ENGRAULIS  MORDAX).  Can.  }.  Zoo/. 
73(4):&42-&'17,  1995.  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Gerve  Technol.  Lab.,  Inst.  Dev.  &  Mol.  Biol.,  BSBW  437,  Tex.  A&M  Univ.,  College  Station  77843-31  55| 

95-008953  Minvey,  Margaret;  Michael  C.  Newman;  Ann  Chazal;  M.  Michele  Keklak;  M.  Gay  Heagler  and  L. 
Stan  Hales  Jr.  GENETIC  AND  DEMOGRAPHIC  RESPONSES  OF  MOSQUITOFISH  (CAMBUSIA  HOLBROOKI 
CIRARD  1859)  POPULATIONS  STRESSED  BY  MERCURY.  Environ.  Tox/co/.  C/iem.  14(8):t4t  1-1418.  1995. 


(Univ.  Ga.,  Savannah  River  Ecol.  Lab.,  P.O.  Drawer  E,  Aiken,  SC  29802] 

95-008954  Murugesiin,  A.  C.;  M.  A.  Haniffa  and  N.  Sukumaran.  H  I  STO  PATHOLOGICAL  CHANGES  IN  THE 
GILLOF  CAT-FISH,  HETEROPNEU5Tf5fOS5/L/S(BLOCH),  EXPOSED  TO  TEXTILE-MILL  EFFLUENTS.  International 
Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September 
4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  P-106.  1994,  FR  40(4) 

[Manonmaniam  Sundaranar  Univ.,  Sri  Paramakatyani  Cent.  Environ.  Sci.,  Alwarkurichi-627  41  2,  Tamil  Nadu, 
India] 

95-008955  Mumgesan,  A.  G.  and  M.  A.  Haniffa.  HISTOPATHOLOGICAL  AND  HISTOCHEMICAL  CHANGES 
IN  THE  LIVER  OF  CAT-FISH,  H£TCROPN£USTE5  FOSSILIS  (BLOCH),  EXPOSED  TO  TEXTILE-MILL  EFFLUENT. 
Measures  (or  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture 
"94/  Bordeaux,  fiance,  March  23-25,  1994.  /.  Mtiir  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquaculi  Soc.  Spec.  Pub/.  No. 
21.  p.  93-94.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

jManonrrianiam  Sundar.inar  Univ.,  Sri  Paramakalyani  Cent.  Environ.  Sci.,  Alwarkurich-627  412,  Tamil  Nadu, 
IndiaJ 

95-OOB95&  Myers,  M.  S.;  L.  L.  Johnson;  O.  P.  Olson;  C.  M.  Slehr;  B.  B.  McCain;  S.-L.  Chan  and  U.  Varanasi. 
RELATIONSHIPS  BETWEEN  TOX1COPATHIC  HEPATIC  LESIONS  AND  CHEMICAL  CONTAMINANT 
EXPOSURE  IN  MARINE  BOTTOMFISH  SPECIES  FROM  THE  NORTHEAST  AND  PACIFIC  COASTS  OF  THE  USA. 
international  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington, 
September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  IV-2.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Environ,  Conserv.  Div.,  NMFS/NOAA,  Seattle,  WA]  P/euronecies  nmericamis,  P.  vetulus,  Platichthys  stellatus, 
and  Cenyonemiis  linsatus. 

95-008957  Nancla,  Saumyendra.  TOXICITY  OF  SELECTED  BIOCIDES  ON  THE  COMMON  CARP,  CYPRINUS 
CARPIO  (LINN.).  Mysore  I.  Agric.  Sci.  25(3):398-399.  1991.  Abstract  only.  ER  40(4) 

95-00895-13  Newstcd,  )ohn  L.;  John  P.  Glesy;  Gerald  T,  Ankley;  Donald  E.  Tillitt;  Robert  A.  Crawford;  Jay  W. 
Coach;  Paul  D,  Jones  and  Michael  S.  Denison.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  TOXIC  EQUIVALENCY  FACTORS  FOR  PCB 
CONGENERS  AND  THE  ASSESSMENT  OF  TCDD  AND  PCB  MIXTURES  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT.  Environ.  Tox/co/. 
C/iem.  1  4(5}:86  1  -871  .  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.  &  Wild!.,  Pesticide  Res.  Cent.,  Inst.  Environ.  Toxicol.,  Mich,  Slate  Univ.,  East  Lansing  48824-1  222] 
Qncorhynchus  mykiss. 

95-008959  Oliveira  Ribeiro,  C.  A,;  L.  M.  Fernandes;  C.  S.  Carvallio;  R.  I.  Cardoso  and  N.  M.  Turcatli.  ACUTE 
EFFECTS  Or  MERCURIC  CHLORIDE  ON  THE  OLFACTORY  EPITHELIUM  OF  TR/CHOMVCTERUS  BRASILIENSIS. 
Ecoloxfcot.  Environ.  5,iC.  31(2):104-109.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Biol,  Cel.,  Univ.  Fed.  Parana,  Caixa  P.O,  19031,  CEP  81531-970,  Curitiba  PR,  Brazil] 

95*008960  Palisoc,  F.  P.,  Jr.  and  E.  Aralar.  RELATIONSHIPS  BETWEEN  EPIZOOTIC  ULCERATIVE  SYNDROME 
|CU5}  IN  FISH  AND  THE  ENVIRONMENT  IN  LACUNA  LAKE,  PHILIPPINES,  /mernat/onn/  Symposium  on  Aquatic 
Animal  Health:  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P. 
Hedrick  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-20.6.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[BEnangonjin  Freshwater  Sin.,  SEAFDEC/AQD,  Rizal,  Philippines]  Clarias,  Glossogobius,  and  Ctomna  striafa. 

95-QO&961  Parrot  I,  Joanne  L.;  Peter  V.  Hodson;  Mark  R.  Servos;  Susan  L.  Huestis  and  D.  George  Dixon. 
RELATIVE  POTENCY  OF  POLYCHLORINATED  DIBENZO-/J-DIOXINS  AND  DIBENZOFURANS  FOR 
INDUCING  MIXED-FUNCTION  OXYGENASE  ACTIVITY  IN  RAINBOW  TROUT.  Environ.  Tox/co/.  C/iem. 
H(6):I041-1050.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Na(l.  Water  Res.  Inst.,  Dep.  Environ,,  867  Lakeshore  Rd.,  Burlington,  ON,  Canada  L7R  4A6]  Oncor/tync/tus 
mykiss. 

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TOXICOLOGY;  BIOASSAYS  (Conlinued) 

95-008962  Pasternak,  John  Patrick.  A  CHEMICAL  FATE  MODEL  FOR  ORGANIC  CHEMICAL  EMISSIONS 
FROM  PULP  AND  PAPER  MILLS  IN  THE  FRASER-THOMPSON  RIVER  SYSTEM.  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  faser  Un« 
(Canada)  197p.  1993.  From  MaslersAbstr.  Int.  33(2):505,  1995.  Order  No.  MAMM91054.  FR  40{4) 

Caloilomus  macfocheitus,  Prosopium  wrlliamsoni,  Oncorhynchus  mykiss,  and  Salvelinus  malma  in  Canada 

95-008963  Paul,  E.  A.  and  H.  A.  Simonin.  COMPARISON  OF  THE  TOXICITY  OF  A  SYNERGIZED  AND 
NON-SYNERGIZED  INSECTICIDE  TO  YOUNG  TROUT,  Bull.  Environ.  Contain.  Toxicol.  55(3H53-4(jQ  19JS 
FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Environ.  Conserv.,  Aquat.  Toxicant  Res.  Unit,  83 1 4  Fish  Hatchery  Rd.,  Rome,  NY  1 3440]  Satmo  ImtO 
and  Sstvelinus  fontinalis. 

95-000964  Pedrajas,  J.  R.;  ].  PeinadoandJ.  Lopez-Barea.  DIELDRIN  INDUCES  PEROXISOME PROLIFERATION 
IN  FISH  (SPARUS  AURAJA)  LIVER.  Proceedi/igs  of  the  4th  International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiotogf  and 
Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-1 1  Augusf  1995.  Warren  W.  Burggren,  editor.  Physiol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl  Soct  'HO 
1995.Abslractonly.FR40(4) 

|Dep.  Biochem.  &  Mol.  Brol.  &  Insl.  Basic  &  Appl.  Biol.,  Fac.  Vet.,  Univ.  Cordoba,  Cordoba,  Spain] 

95-008965  Pelgrorn,  S,  M.  C.  ].;  R.  A,  C.  Lock;  P.  H.  M.  Balm  and  S.  E.  Wendelaar  Bonga  EFFECTS  OF 
COMBINED  WAT£RBORN£  Cd  AND  Cu  EXPOSURES  ON  IONIC  COMPOSITION  AND  PLASMA  CORTISQl 
IN  TILAPIA,  ORLOCHROMiS  MOSSAMBICUS.  Comp.  Biochem.  Physiol,  C  Pharmacol.  Toxicoi.  fndocmof. 
111(2):227-235.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dcp.  Anim.  Physiol.,  Fac.  Sci.,  Univ.  Nijmegen,  Toernooiveld,  6525  ED  Nijmegen,  Netherlands] 

95-008966  Philip,  G.  H.;  P.  M.  Redd/  and  G.  Sridevi,  CYPERMETHRIN-INDUCED  IN  VIVO  ALTERATIONS  IN 
THE  CARBOHYDRATE  METABOLISM  OF  FRESHWATER  FISH,  MBEO  KOHIJA,  Ecoloxicol.  Environ.  Sif. 
31(2):173-17B.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep,  Physiol.,  Morehouse  School  Med,  720  Westvfew  Dr.  S.W.,  Atlanta,  GA  3031 0] 

95-008967  Pickering,  Quentin  H.  and  James  M.  Lizorchak.  EVALUATION  OF  THE  ROBUSTNESS  OF  THE 
FATHEAD  MINNOW,  PitviEPHALES  PROMEIAS,  LARVAL  SURVIVAL  AND  GROWTH  TEST,  U  S  EPA  METHOD 
1 000,0.  fnviron.  Toxicol.  Chem.  H(4):653-659. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Lazorchak:  U.S.  Environ.  Prot  Agency,  Environ.  Monitoring  Syst.  Lab.,  3411  Church  Si.,  Cincinnali  OH 
45244] 

)5-008968  Platteeuw,  Maarten;  Mennobarl  R.  van  Eerden  and  Kees  Van  de  Guchte.  VARIATION  IN 
ZONTAMINANT  CONTENT  OF  LIVERS  FROM  CORMORANTS  PHAIACROCORAX  CARBO  StNENSIS  I IVWG 
^IEARBY  A  POLLUTED  SEDIMENTATION  AREA  IN  LAKE  IJSSELMEER,  THE  NETHERLANDS.  Special  IWK 

Cormorant,  Phatauocorax  carbo.  Mennoban  van  ferd'en,  Kees  Koffijberg,  Maarten  Platteeuw,  and  Merino Ziflm, 

editors.  Aidea  93(l):315-324.  1995.  In  English  with  Dutch  summ.  FR40(4) 

(Rijkswaterslaat  Dir.  Flevoland,  P.O.  Box  600,  NL-B200  AP  Lelystad,  Netherlands! 

95-008969  Plumb,  John  A.  TOXICOLOGY  AND  PHARMACOLOGY  OF  TEMPERATE  FRESHWATER  FISI IES 
In:  Fish  Medicine.  Michael  K.  Stoskopf,  editor,  p.  3]  1-3 1 8.  1 993.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.  &  Allied  Aquacutt.,  Int.  Cent.  Aquacull.,  Coll.  Agfic,  Auburn  Univ.,  Auburn,  AL  36(130!  Data  (or 
eight  species. 

95-008970  Prince,  Rulh  and  Keith  R.  Cooper.  COMPARISONS  OF  THE  EFFECTS  OF 
2,3,7,8-T£TRACHLQRODIBENZO-p-DIOXIN  ON  CHEMICALLY  IMPACTED  AND  NONIMPACT*!) 

SUBPOPULATIONSOFFL/WDUi.USHfTf«OCi/T/S:I.TCDDTOXICITY.fnv/Von.Toxico/.Otcm.  14(4):579.5B7 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Sci,  &  Res.,  Dep,  Environ.  Prot.  &  Energy,  CN  409,  Trenton,  N)  08625-0409] 

95-008971  Prince,  Ruth  and  Keith  R.  Cooper.  COMPARISONS  OF  THE  EFFECTS  Of 
2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-p-DIOXIN  ON  CHEMICALLY  IMPACTED  AND  NONIMPACTED 
SUBPOPULATIONS  OF  FUNDULUS  HfTCROCHTUS:  II.  METABOLIC  CONSIDERATIONS.  Environ.  Trttxt 
Oiem.  14(4):589-595. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Div.  Sci.  &  Res.,  Dep.  Environ.  Prot.  &  Energy,  CN  409,  Trenton,  N)  08625-0409] 

95-OOB972  Rajan,  M.  R.;  S.  Balasubramanlan  and  S.  P.  Raj.  ACCUMULATION  OF  HEAVY  METALS  IN 
SEWAGE-GROWN  FISHES.  Bioresour.  Jechnol.  52(1):41-43.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep. Bfot.,CrandhigramRuralUniv.,GrandhieFam-624302, Tamil  Nadu,  lndla]Hypop/itha/mfcrhiftysmoft*t 
Qenopharyngodort  tdetla,  Cyprinus  carpio,  Labeo  rohita,  a  nd  CirrMnus  mrigala. 

95-008973    Rice,  C,  D.  and  M.  M.  Banes.  THE  IMMUNOTOXICITY  OF  3,3',4,4',5-PENTACI-ILORO8IPHENVC 
(PeCB)  AND  TRIBUTYLT1N  (TBT)  IN  CHANNEL  CATFISH,  ICTALURUS  PUNCTATUS.  International  Symposium 
on  Aquatic  Animal  Health;  Program  and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  IVashtogton,  September  4-8,  I9H 
Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p.  W-1 1.3. 1994.  FR  40(4) 
[Coll.  Vet.  Med.,  Miss.  Stale  Univ.,  Mississippi  State  39762] 

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95-00897-1  Richardson,  G.  Mark;  Marika  Egyed  and  David  J.  Currie.  DOES  ACID  RAIN  INCREASE  HUMAN 
EXPOSURE  TO  MERCURY?  A  REVIEW  AND  ANALYSIS  OF  RECENT  LITERATURE.  Environ.  TOJMCO/.  C/iem. 
14(5}:8Q 9-81  3.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

|Currie:  Dep.  Biol,, Univ.  Ottawa,  P.O.  Box 450,  Stn.  A,  Ottawa, ON, Canada  K1 N  6N5]  Esoxlucius,  Sa/ve/miis 
nantsycush,  and  Swzoster/ion  vitreum. 

95-008975  Roberson,  James  H.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  CADMIUM,  MERCURY,  AND  ZINC  ON  TESTOSTERONE 
PRODUCTION  IN  THE  GOLDFISH  (CARASSIUS  AURATUS)  TESTIS  IN  VITRO.  M.S.  thesis,  Jenn.  Techno/.  Univ. 
1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-008976  Rokous,  J.;  A.  S.  Kane  and  R.  Reimschuessel.  RENAL  REGENERATION  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
FOLLOWING  REPEATED  GENTAMICIN  NEPHROTOXICOSIS.  Prac.  Int.  Assoc.  Aquat.  Anim.  Meet.  Vol.  25. 
p.  172-173.  1594.  FR  40(4) 

[Aqital.    Palhobiol.  Cent,,  Dep.  Pathol.,  711    MSTF,   Univ.  Md.  Sell.  Med.,  Baltimore  21201-1192. 
lel;4 10-706-72301  Carassius  auralus, 

95-008977  Rousseaux,  Colin  G,;  A.  Branchaud  and  Philip  A.  Spear.  EVALUATION  OF  LIVER 
HISTOPATHOLOGV  AND  EROD  ACTIVITY  IN  ST.  LAWRENCE  LAKE  STURGEON  (ACIPENSER  RH.VESCENS) 
M  COMPARISON  WITH  A  REFERENCE  POPULATION.  Environ.  ToxfcoJ.  C/iem.  14{5);843-849.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[Spear:  Lab.  TOXEN  &  Dep.  Sci.  Biol.,  Univ.  Quebec,  P.O.  Box  8888,  Stn.  Cent.  Ville,  Montreal,  PQ,  Canada 
H3C  IPS] 

95-Q0897B  Russell,  Ronald  W.;  Rodica  Lazar  and  G.  Douglas  Haffner.  BIOMAGNIF1CATION  OF 
ORGANOCHLORINES  IN  LAKE  ERIE  WHITE  BASS.  Environ.  Toxico/.  Che/n.  14(4):719-724.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Great  Lakes  Inst.  Environ.  Res.,  Univ.  Windsor,  Windsor,  ON,  Canada  N9B  3P4]  Morone 
cftrysops  and  Nofropis  atherinoides. 

95-OQ&979  Sahin,  All;  Francesca  G.  Tencalla;  Daniel  R.  Dietrich;  Konstanze  Mez  and  Hanspeter  Naegeli. 
ENZYMATIC  ANALYSIS  OF  LIVER  SAMPLES  FROM  RAINBOW  TROUT  FOR  DIAGNOSIS  OF  BLUE-GREEN 
ALGAE-INDUCED  TOXICOSIS.  Am.  /.  Vet.  Res.  56(8):1 1 10-1 1 1 5.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

INaegcli:  Insl.  Vet.  Pharmacol.  &  Toxicol.,  Univ.  Zurich,  Winterthurerstr.  260,  8057  Zurich,  Switzerland] 
Oncorhynchut  myfci'ss. 

95-008980  Saiki,  Michael  K.  and  R.  Scott  Ogle.  EVIDENCE  OF  IMPAIRED  REPRODUCTION  BY  WESTERN 
MOSQUITO  FISH  INHABITING  SELENIFEROUS  AGRICULTURAL  DRAINWATER.  Trans,  Am.  fish.  Soc. 
124(4):578-587.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail  Biol.  Serv.,  Pac.  Sci.  Cent.,  Dixon  Field  Stn,,  6924  Trcmont  Rd.,  Dixon,  CA  95620]  Cambusia  affinis  in 
California. 

95-008981      Sanders,  B.  M.  STRESSOR  SPECIFICITY  AND  THE  CELLULAR  STRESS  RESPONSE:  IMPLICATIONS 
FOR  ADAPTATION,  ENVIRONMENTAL  MONITORING  AND  TOXICOLOGY.  Proceedings  of  the  1th 
International  Congress  of  Comparative  Physiology  and  Biochemistry,  Birmingham,  UK,  6-  J  t  August  1 995.  Warren 
W.  Burggien,  editor.  Phys'tol.  Zoo/.  68(4)Suppl.  Sect.:1 73,  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4} 
[Mol.  Ecol.  Inst.,  Calif.  State  Univ.,  Long  Beach  90801 1 

95-008982  Schlenk,  D.;  Y.  S.  Zhang  and  J.  Nix.  EXPRESSION  OF  HEPATIC  METALLOTHIONEIN  MESSENGER 
RNA  IN  FERAL  AND  CAGED  FISH  SPECIES  CORRELATES  WITH  MUSCLE  MERCURY  LEVELS.  Ecoloxico/. 
Environ.  Saf.  31(3);2B2-28&.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Div.  Toxicol.,  Univ.  Arkansas  Med,  Sci,,  Little  Rock  72205)  Micropterus  salmoides  and  Ictnlurus  puncralus  in 
Arkansas. 

95-008983     Segner,  H.  COMPARATIVE  HEAVY  METAL  CYTOTOXIC1TY  TO  ESTABLISHED  FISH  CELL  LINES. 
!r\  Vitro  Ceil.  &  Dev.  Biol-Anim.  31(3  pt.ll):47A,  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Cliem.  Ecotoxicol.,  Cent.  Environ.  Res,,  D-04318  Leipzig,  Germany] 

95-008984  Seymore, Tharina;  l-lein  H.  du  Preezand  ].  H. ).  van  Vuren.  MANGANESE,  LEAD  AND  STRONTIUM 
LHOACCUMULAT1ON  IN  THE  TISSUES  OF  THE  YELLOWFISH,  BARBUS  MAREQUENSIS,  FROM  THE  LOWER 
OlIFANTS  RIVER,  EASTERN  TRANSVAAL.  Water  SA  (Pretoria)  21(2):159-172. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Inst,  Water  Quality  Studies,  Private  Bag  X313,  Pretoria  0001,  South  Africa.  teh(012}808-0374; 
fax:{Q12)B08-0338;  e-mail:een@dwas-hri.pwv.gov.za) 

95-0039fl5  Shukla,  Ramesh.  POLLUTION  LOAD  THROUGH  HEAVY  METALS  AND  ORGANOCHLORINES 
IN  THE  RIVER  GANGA,  INDIA.  INTELCOL  Manchester  1994;  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental 
Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  August  1994,  Manchester,  United 
Kingdom,  fohn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel ).  Norman,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  1 26.  1 994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

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95-008986     Stevers,  Gerold;  Paulo  Palados;  Ricardo  Inoslroza  and  Hurnberlo  Dolz.  EVALUATION  OF  THE 
TOXICITY  OF  8  INSECTICIDES  IN  SALMO  SAtAR  AND  THE  IN  VITRO  EFFECTS  AGAINST  THE  ISOPOD£ 
PARASITE,  CERATOTHOA  CAUDlCHAUOfl.  Aquacutture  1 34(1 ,2}:9-l 6.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
|Parasitol.  Fac.  Cienc.  Vet.,  Univ.  Auslral  Chile,  Casitla  567,  VakSivia,  Chile] 

95OT8987  Siriwardena,  P.  P.G.  Sunil  N.;  KrishenJ.  Rana  and  Donald  J.  Baird.  A  METHOD  FOR  PARTITION!^ 
CADMIUM  BIOACCUMULATED  IN  SMALL  AQUATIC  ORGANISMS.  Ow/ron.Tox/co/.  Chem.  14(9):1575-l57?' 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Baird:  Inst.  Aquacult.,  Univ.  Stirling,  Stirling  FK9  4LA,  Scotland]  Jilapia  nilotica. 

95-008988  Slerdcrink,  Hedwig  M.;  Jan  M.  Everaarls;  Anders  Goksoyr  and  Jnn  P.  Boon.  HEPATIC 
CYTQCHROME  P4501A  INDUCTION  IN  DAB  (UMANDA  LiMANDA)  AFTER  ORAL  DOSING  WITH  THE 
POLYCHLQRINATED  BIPHENVL  MIXTURE  CLOPHEN  A40.  Environ.  Joxicol.  Chem.  14(4):679-6B7,  1995- 
FR  40(4) 

[Netherlands  Inst.  Sea  Res.  (NIOZ),  P.O,  Box  59,  1 790  AB  Den  Burg,  Texel,  Netherlands] 

95-008989    Smith,  Todd  R,  and  Terry  A.  Names.  MORTALITY,  GROWTH,  SWIMMING  ACTIVITY  AND  C!LL 
MORPHOLOGY  OF  BROOK  TROUT  (SALVEUNUS  FONTINALIS)  AND  ATLANTIC  SALMON  {SALMO  SAlA^t 
EXPOSED  TO  LOW  pH  WITH  AND  WITHOUT  ALUMINUM,  Environ.  Pollut.  90(1):33-40. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  FAVS,  Bldg.  14,  East  Farm,  Unfv.  R.I.,  Kingston  02881] 

95-008990  Soimasuo,  Reino;  Tuuta  Aa!tonen;  Mjkko  Nikrnmaa;  Jukka  Pellinen;  Tiina  Ristola  and  Airno  Oikari. 
PHYSIOLOGICAL  TOXICITY  OF  LOW-CHLORINE  BLEACHED  PULP  AND  PAPER  MILL  EFFLUENT  OM 
WHITEnSH(COMCONL/5MVMETUSL.  XL):  A  LABORATORY  EXPOSURE  SIMULATING  LAKE  POLLUTION. 
Ecotoxicot,  Cnvfron.  Saf.  31(3):22B-237.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

lOikari:  Dep.  Biol.  &  Environ.  Sci.,  P.O.  Box  35,  HN-40351,  Jyvaskyla,  Finland] 

95-008991  Sorensen,  Elsa  M.  8,  METAL  POISONING  IN  FISH.  CRC  ftess  374p.  1991.  Available  at  $110,00 
(cloth:  ISBN  0-8493-4268-6)  from  CRC  Press,  Inc.,  2000  Corporate  Blvd.,  NW,  Boca  Raton,  Ft,  33431-9863. 
tel;800-272-7737;  fax:407-997-0949.  FR  40(4) 

95-008992  Spieler,  R.  E.;  A.  C.  Russo  and  D.  N.  Weber.  WATERBORNE  LEAD  AFFECTS  ORCADIAN 
VARIATIONS  OF  BRAfN  NEUROTRANSMITTERS  IN  FATHEAD  MINNOWS.  Bull.  Environ.  Coniam,  Torfcol 
55(3};'I12-41&.1995.FR40(4) 

[Oceanogr.  Cent.,  Nova  Southeast.  Univ.,  Dania,  FL  33004]  Pimephales  promelss. 

95-008993  Stein,  John  E.;Torn  Horn;  Tracy  K.  Collier;  Donald  W.  Brown  and  Usha  Varanasi,  CONTAMINANT 
EXPOSURE  AND  BIOCHEMICAL  EFFECTS  IN  OUTMIGRANT  JUVENILE  CHINOOK  SALMON  FROM  URBAN 
AND NONUR8ANESTUARIESOFPUGET SOUND, WASHINGTON. Environ.  Joxicol.  Chem.  14{6):1019-1029. 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

jEnviron.  Conserv.  Div.,  Northwest  Fish.  Sci.  Cent,  NMFS,  NQAA,  2725  Montlake  Blvd.  E.,  Seattle,  WA 
98112-2097]  Onco/hynchus  tshawytscha. 

95-008994  Sugg,  Derrick  W.;  Ronald  K.  Chesser;  Janet  A.  Brooks  and  Brian  T.  Grasman,  THE  ASSOCIATION 
OF  DNA  DAMAGE  TO  CONCENTRATIONS  OF  MERCURY  AND  RADIOCESIUM  IN  LARGEMOUTH  BASS. 
Environ.  Joxicol.  Chem.  14(4):66t-66B.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

iDiv.VVJldl.Ecol.&Toxicol.,  Univ.  Ga,,  Savannah  River  Ccol,  Lab,,  P.O.  Drawer E,Aiken,SC  298021  M/crople/uj 
salmoides  in  South  Carolina, 

95-008995  Svensson,  Bcngt-Goran;  Anita  Nflsson;  EFizabeth  Jonsson;  Andrejs  Schutz;  Bengt  Akesson  and  Lars 
Hagmar.  FISH  CONSUMPTION  AND  EXPOSURE  TO  PERSISTENT  ORCANO CHLORINE  COMPOUNDS, 
MERCURY,  SELENIUM  AND  METHYLAMINES  AMONG  SWEDISH  FISHERMEN.  Stand  /.  Work  Environ.  & 
Health  21(21:96-105. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

pep.  Ocoip.  &  Environ.  Med,  Univ.  Hospital,  Lund,  Sweden) 

95-008996  Szegletes,  T.;  T.  Ballnl;  Zs.  Szeglotes  and  ).  Nemcsok.  IN  VIVO  EFFECTS  OF  DELTAMETHRIN 
EXPOSURE  ON  ACTIVITYAND  DISTRIBUTION  OF  MOLECULAR  FORMS  OF  CARP  ACHE,  EcotoxfcoL  Environ 
Saf.  31(3):253-263.  1995.  FR40(4) 

[Dep,  Biochem,,  Jozsef  Attila  Univ.,  Szeged,  POO  533,  H-6701,  Hungary]  Cypr/nus  carpio. 

95-008997  Tanner,  Danny  K.  and  Mary  F.  Moffetl.  EFFECTS  OF  DIFLUBENZURON  ON  THE  REPRODUCTIVE 
SUCCESS  OF  THE  BLUEGILL  SUNFISH,  LEPOMIS  MACROCHIRUS,  Environ.  Joxicol.  Chem.  14(0):1345-I355 
1995.  FR40[4) 

[U.S.  Envjran.  Prot.  Agency,  f  nviron.  Res.  Lab.,  6201  Congdon  Blvd.,  Dululh,  MN  55804] 
FR40(4)  152  1995 


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95-008998  Tilak,  K.  S.  and  S.  Jhansi  Lakshmi.  COMPARATIVE  TOXIC1TY  O/  AMMONIA-NITROGEN, 
NITRtTE-NITROGEN,  AND  NITRATE-NITROGEN  AND  EFFECT  ON  THE  FISH  CATM  CATLA  (HAMILTON). 
Measures  /or  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  at  the  toternaliona/  Conference  •0ordeaux/\quacutture 
'94S  Bordeaux,  France,  Marc/j  23-25,  1994. 1  Muir  and  f.  Sevila,  compilers.  Eur.  Anuacu/t.  Soc.  5pec.  Publ.  No. 
21.  p.  55.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zool.,  Nagarjuna  Univ.,  Nagarjunanagar-522  510,  A.P.,  India] 

95-008999  Tomasso, ).  R.  COMPARATIVE  INHIBITION  OF  NITRITE  TOXICITY  BY  CHLORIDE  IN  TEMPERATE 
FRESHWATER  AND  EURYHALINE  FISHES.  International  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  Program  and 
Abstracts.  Sheraloji  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  W/nlon, 
organizers.  p.W-15.5.  1994.  FR  40(4)  

|Dep.  Aquactill.  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Clemson  Univ.,  Clemson,  SC  29634]  Microplerus  salmoides  and  Ictalurus 
punctalus. 

95-009000  Toussaint,  Margaret  W.;  Tommy  R.  Shedd;  Willim  H.  van  der  Schalle  and  Gerald  R.  Leather.  A 
COMPARISON  OF  STANDARD  ACUTE  TOXICITY  TESTS  WITH  RAPID-SCREENING  TOXICITY  TESTS.  Environ. 
Tox/co!  Chem  14(5):907-915.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Geo^Centers  Inc.,  1 0903  Indian  Head  Hwy.,  Fort  Washington,  MD  20744]  Pimephales  prometos. 

95-009001  Travis,  Curtis  C,  and  Bonnie  P.  Blaylock.  MUNICIPAL  WASTE  COMBUSTOR  EMISSIONS:  HUMAN 
EXPOSURE  TO  MERCURY  AND  DIOXIN.  Toxico/.  Environ.  Chem.  49(3):203-21G.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Cent.  Risk  Manage.,  ORNL,  P.O.  Box  2008,  62  Mitchell  Rd.,  MS-6486,  Oak  Ridge,  TN  3783 1-646H] 

95-009002  Tricklebank,  K.  A.  THE  DISTRIBUTION  AND  EFFECTS  OF  ALDRIN  IN  THE  DAMSELFISH  PARMA 
MJCROlEPiS:  AN  EXPERIMENTAL  FIELD  STUDY,  fniemalfona/  Symposium  on  Aquatic  Animal  Health:  rrogram 
and  Abstracts.  Sheraton  Hotel,  Seattle,  Washington,  September  4-8,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hedrick  and  lames  R.  Wmton, 
organizers,  p.  W-B.5.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Sch.  Biol.  Sci.,  Zool.  AO8,  Univ.  Sydney,  N.S.W.  2006,  Australia] 


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95-009010  Wrighl,  David  A.TRACEMETAL  AND  MA]OR  ION  INTERACTIONS  IN  AQUATIC  ANIMALS,  Mar 
PoMuL  Butt.  31(l-3):8-18.  1995.  PR  40(4) 

(Cent.  Environ.  &  Esttiar.  Sludies,  Univ.  Md.  SysL,  Chesapeake  Biol.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  38,  Sofomons  20688) 

95-009011  Yu,  Y.;  T.  L  Wade;  J.  Fang;  S.  McDonald  and  ).  M.  Brooks.  GAS  C  H  ROM  ATOG  RAP  NIC-MASS 
SPECTROMETRIC  ANALYSIS  OF  POLYCYLIC  AROMATIC  HYDROCARBON  METABOLITES  IN  ANTARCTIC 
FISH  (MOTOTHfWM  GtBBERIFRONS)  IN)ECTED  WITH  DIESEL  FUEL  ARCTIC.  Arch.  Environ.  Contam.  loximl 
29(2}:241-24fr.  1995.  FR 40(4) 

[Cincinnati  Waterworks,  5651  Kellogg Ave.,  Cincinnati,  OH  45228| 

95-009012     Zaranko,  Darnrta  T.  POLYCHLORINATED  BIPHENYLS  (PCBs)  IN  AN   URBAN  CREEK- 
APPLICATION  OF  A  FOOD  WEB  MODEL.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Cuelph  (Canada)  1 42p.  1 994.  From  Masters  Abslr 
Int.  33(2);5Q8.  1995.  Ofder  No.  MAMM90732.  FR  40(4) 
Sefnoti'/usairamacu/atusancl  luxilus  cornutus. 

95-009013     Zhang,  Y.  S.  and  Daniel  Schlenk.  INDUCTION  AND  CHARACTERIZATION   OF   HEPATIC 
METALLOTHIONEIN  EXPRESSION   FROM    CADMIUM-INDUCED  CHANNEL  CATFISH    (ICTAWKUS 
PUWCTATL/5).  Environ.  ToxicoL  Cbem.  14(B):1425-1431.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Schlenk:  Dep.  Pharmacol.,  Univ.  Miss,,  University  38677] 

95-009014     Zhou  Yongxin;  Cheng  Shuiping;  Hu  Wei  and  Sun  Meijuan.  |A  NEW  TOXICITY  TEST  ORGANISM 
-  GOBlOCYPRtS  RARUS.\  Zoo!.  Res.  1 6(1  ):59-63.  1 995.  In  Chinese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Hydrobiol.,  Chinese  Acad.  Sci.,  Wuhan  430072,  China] 

RESEARCH  AND  MANAGEMENT-GENERAL 

95-009015  Almaca,  Carlos,  editor.  [PROFESSOR  GERMANO  DA  FONSECA  SACARRAO  (1914-1992> 
PAPERS  IN  HOMAGE.]  Mus.  Wac.  Hfst.  Nat,  Mus.  &  Lab.  Zoo/.  &  Antropol.  (Mus.  Bocage,  Lisbon)  3&2p,  I9W. 
Availabfe  from  Mus.  Bocage,  Rua  Escola  Polilecnica,  58,  1200  Lisbon,  Portugal.  Papers  in  English  and  in 
Portuguese  wilh  English  abstracts,  FR  40(4) 

[Mus,  Bocage,  Dep.  Zoo!.  &  Antiropol.,  Cent.  Fauna  Por tuguesa,  Rua  da  Escola  Politecnlc^  GO,  1 200  Lisbon 
Portugal]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  lliis  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009016  Alverson,  Dayton  L.  FISHERIES  MANAGEMENT:  A  PERSPECTIVE  OVER  TIME.  Fisheries  (Reihcsdi) 
20(&}:6-7. 199S.FR40{4) 

[Nat.  Resour.  Consult.,  Inc.,  4055  21s!  Ave.  W.,  Seattle,  WA  98199] 

95-009017  Anthony,  Ann  Marie.  GEOGRAPHIC  INFORMATION  SYSTEMS  COVERAGE  OF  PUBLIC  FfSIIING 
RIGHTS  LAND  ACQUISTION  PROGRAM  OF  THE  LAKE  CHAMPLAIN  WATERSHED  IN  NEW  YORK  STATE. 
M.S.  thesis,  State  Univ.  N.Y.  Coll.  Environ.  Sci.  &  for.  74p.  1 994.  From  Masters  Abslr.  Int.  33{3):852,  1  (J95,  Qjdtr 
No.MA1359193.FR<IO(4> 

95-009018  Arlhinglon,  Angela  H.  and  Christopher  ],  Marshall.  THREATENED  FISHES  OF  THE  WORLD- 
PSWDOMUGIL  MEWS  ALLEN  &  IVANTSOFF,  1982  (PSEUDOMUGIUDAE).  Environ.  Blot.  Fishes  43(3)r2(i8 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Cent.  Catchment  &  In-Stream  Res.,  Griffith  Univ.,  Nathan,  Qld.  41 1 1,  Australia) 

95-009019  Brouha,  Paul.  SCIENTISTS'  PIECEMAKING  FOR  THE  BULL  TROUT  PUZZLE,  fisheries  fOcrfiwiht 
20(fl):4,51.1995.FR40|4) 

[Am.  Fish.  Soc.,  5410  Grosvenor  Ln.,  Suite  110,  Bethesda,  MD  20814-2199.  lel:301-897-B616:  fav 
301-897-8096;  c-mait:73312,l  155 

Saivelinus  confiuentus. 

95-009020    Bruton, Michael  N.  THREATENED  FISHES  OFTHE  WORLD:  ClARIAS  CAVERNiCQiA  TREWAVAS, 

1936  (CLARIIDAE),  Environ.  DM  Fishes  43(2):162,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[J.L.B.  Smith  Inst.  Ichlhyol.,  Private  Bag  1015,  Grahamstown  61 40,  South  Africa] 

95-009021  Canter,  Larty  W.  and  (.  Kamalh.  QUESTIONNAIRE  CHECKLIST  FOR  CUMULATIVE  IMPACTS. 
Enviion,  Impact  Assess.  Rev.  1 5(4}:3 1 1-339. 1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Environ.  &  Ground  Waler  Inst.,  Univ.  Okla.,  200  Felgar  Si,,  Rm.  127,  Norman  73019) 

95-009022  Carvalho,  C.  RELEASE  OF  FISHES  IN  THE  WILD.  INTEtCOL  Manchester  )994:  Progress  to  Mceilht 
Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  international  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  Au^a 
J9H  Manchester,  United  Kingdom,  fobn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel  I.  Norman,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  204. 1994. 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

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95-009023  Caughley,  Graeme  and  Anne  Cunn.  CONSERVATION  BIOLOGY  IN  THEORY  AND  PRACTICE. 
abcl&vetf  5ci.  Inc.  459p.  1995.  Available  at  $44.95  (paper:  ISBN  0-86542-431-4)  from  Blackwell  Sci.,  Inc.,  230 
Main  St.,  Cambridge,  MA  02 142,  tel:800-2 1 5-1 000.  FR  40(4} 

[Gunn:  Dep.  Renew.  Resour.,  Gov.  Northwest  Territories  Yellowknife,  NT,  Canada] 

95-009024  Chapman,  A,  and  K.  R.  Newbey,  editors,  A  BIOLOGICAL  SURVEY  OF  THE  FITZGERALD  AREA, 
WESTERN  AUSTRALIA.  CALM  Sci.  (W.A.  I.  Conserv.  Land  Manage.)  Suppl.  3:257p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

JGoldlietds  Reg.,  Dep.  Conserv.  &  Land  Manage.,  P.O.  Box  1 01 73,  Kalgoorlie,  W.A.  6430,  Australia]  Selected 
paper  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009025  Charnovitz,  Steve.  FREE  TRADE,  FAIR  TRADE,  GREEN  TRADE:  DEFOGGING  THE  DEBATE.  1994 
Cornell  International  Law  journal  Symposium  -  Greening  The  GATT:  Setting  f'ie  Agenda.  Leslie  A.  Leary,  Anna  Lee, 
and  KathyM.  Togni,  editors.  Cornell  Int.  Law  I.  27(3):459-525.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009026     Cincotta,  D.  A.  A  REVIEW  OF  WEST  VIRGINIA'S  CANDIDATE  FISHES  PURSUANT  TO  THE 
ENDANGERED  SPECIES  ACT.  Proc.  W.  Va.  Acad.  Sci.  67(1  );1 1.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
JDep.  Nat.  Resour,  Wildl.  Resour.  Sect.,  Elkins,  WV  26241  ]  Data  for  1 1  species. 

95-O09027  Claridge,  Michael  F,  coordinator.  SPECIAL  ISSUE:  SYSTEMATICS  AGENDA  2000  -  PAPERS  FROM 
AMEEHNGHELDATTHE  ROYAL  SOCIETY,  LONDON,  12  APRIL  1994.  e/ot/iVers.  Comerv.  4(5):451-519. 1995. 
FR40H) 

[School  Purc&Appl.  Biol.,  Univ.  Wales  Cardiff,  Cardiff  CF1  3TL,  Wales]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  Ihis  issue 
of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009028  Cracraft,  Joel.  THE  URGENCY  OF  BUILDING  GLOBAL  CAPACITY  FOR  BIODIVERSITY  SCIENCE. 
Speciallisue:  Systematic  Agenda  2000  -  Papers  from  a  Meeting  Held  at  the  Royal  Society,  London,  12  April  J994. 
Michael  F.  Claridge,  coordinator.  Biodivers.  Conserv.  4(5):463-475.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Ornhhol.,  Am.  Mus,  Nat.  Hist.,  Central  Park  W.  79th  St.,  New  York,  NY  1 0024] 

95-009029     De  Leo,  G.  and  M.  Catto.  MODELLING  AND  MANAGING  EUROPEAN  EEL  INJELCOL  Manchester 
J994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of 
Ecology,  21  to  26  August  1 994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom,  lohn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel  ].  Norman,  and  Richard  A. 
Benton,  editors,  p,  189.  1 994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
Anguilla  anguilla  in  Italy. 

95-009030     Eslibaugh,  W.  Hardy.  SYSTEMATICS  AGENDA  2000:  AN  HISTORICAL  PERSPECTIVE,  Special  Issue: 
Systematic  Agenda  2000  •  Papers  from  a  Meeting  Held  at  the  Royal  Society,  London,  12  April  (994.  Michael  F. 
Claridge,  coordinator.  Biodivers.  Conserv,  4(5):455-462,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Bot.,  Miamj  Univ.,  Oxford,  OH  45056] 

95-009031  Frye,  Mary  and  John  Goltschalk.  HISTORY  OF  AFS  PUBLICATIONS.  Fisheries  (Belhcsda) 
20(8):H-I5.  1995.  FR  10(4) 

(13&14  Overlon  Ln.,  Silver  Spring,  MD  20904| 

95-009032     Fjyc,  Mary  R.  and  John  S.  Cottschalk.  THE  AMERICAN  FISHERIES  SOCIETY:  THE  LAST  25  YEARS. 
Fisheries  (Bethesda)  20(0):8-13. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
[13&14  Oveilon  Ln.,  Silver  Spring,  MD  20904] 

95-009033     Gaston,  Kevin  j.  and  Uhlan  David.  HOTSPOTS  ACROSS  EUROPE.  Biodivers.  Lett.  2(4):108-116. 

1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Blol.,  Imperial  Coll.,  Silwood  Park,  Ascot,  Berks  SL5  7PY,  England] 

95-009034  Geiger,  Harold  J.  and  Ellen  Simpson,  editors.  PRELIMINARY  RUN  FORECASTS  AND  HARVEST 
PROJECTIONS  TOR  1 995  ALASKA  SALMON  FISHERIES  AND  REVIEW  OF  THE  1 994  SEASON.  Alsk.  Dep.  Fish 
Game  Reg.  inf.  Rep,  No.  5J95-01.  79p.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  Commer.  Fish.  Manage.  &  Dev.  Div.,  P.O.  Box  25526,  tuneau,  AK  99802-5526] 
Oncorhynchus. 

95-009&35  Giorgiulli,  Enrico.  (PROPOSAL  FOR  A  NEW  FISHING  PORT  NEAR  THE  MOUTH  OF  THE  RIVER 
SILE.]4grir.  Venczle  49(l/2):20-23.  1995.  In  Italian.  FR  40(4) 

95-OQ903&  Gresswell,  Robert  E.  and  William  J.  Liss.  VALUES  ASSOCIATED  WITH  MANAGEMENT  OF 
YELLOWSTONE  CUTTHROAT  TROUT  IN  YELLOWSTONE  NATIONAL  PARK.  Conserv.  Biol.  9(1):159-165. 

1 995,  In  English  with  Spanish  surnm,  FR  40(4) 

[Oak  Creek  Lab.  Biol,,  Dep.  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Oreg.  State  Univ.,  Corvallis  97331  ]  Oncorhynchus  ctarki  bouvieri 
in  Wyoming. 

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RESEARCH  AND  MANAGEMENT-GENERAL  (Continued) 

95-009037     Hanv.Premek.  THREATEN  ED  FISHES  OF  THE  WORLD:  GAMXMSPEDDERENSISFRANKENBERG, 

1  968  (GALAXUDAE}.  fnviion.  Biol.  Fishes  43(4):406.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Canadian  Wildl.  Serv.,  Canada  Cent.  Inland  Waters,  Box  5050,  Burlington,  ON,  Canada  L7R  4A6|  C. 
brevipinnis  and  5a/mo  twtta. 

95-009038  Hanson,  Mark  A.  and  Michael  R.  Riggs.  POTENTIAL  EFFECTS  OF  FISH  PREDATION  ON  WETLAND 
INVERTEGRATES:  ACOMPARISON  OF  WETLANDS  WJTH  AND  WITHOUT  FATHEAD  MINNOWS.  Wetlands 
15(2):16M75.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Nat.  Resour.,  Wetland  Wildl.  Popvil.  &  Res,  Group,  Bemidji,  MN  56601  ]  Pimephafes  pronielas,  Cufgea 
inconstant,  and  Umbra  timi  in  Minnesota. 

95-009039  Hastings,  Robert  W.  and  Donald  R.  Heinle,  organizers.  DEDICATED  ISSUE:  THE  EFFECTS  OF 
AQUACULTURE  IN  ESTUARINE  ENVIRONMENTS.  &man'esl8(1A):M  97.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Turtle  Cove  Environ.  Res.  Sin.,  Box  505,  Southeast.  La.  Univ.,  Hammond  70402]  Selected  papers  indexed 
in  this  issue  o!  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009040  Hochleilhner,  Martin.  {SOCIETY  FOR  THE  PROTECTION  OF  THE  STURGEON  (AQPENSER 
SWRIO)  e.V.i-C.1  OeHerr.  Flscb.  48(7):1  65-1  69.  1  995.  In  German.  FR  40(4) 

[Gcsellsch.  Rellung  Stoers  e.V.i.G.,  An.  der  Jaegerbaek  2,  D-1  8069  Rostock,  Germany.  tel:0  33  1/83  9  6&; 
02  12] 


95-009041  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery,  |MASU  SALMON  SEMINAR  ABSTRACTS:  38th  SALMON  SEMINAR, 
MARCH  18,  1994;  39th  SALMON  SEMINAR,  JUNE  8,  1994  and  40th  SALMON  SEMINAR,  NOVEMBER  14, 
1994.]  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  Ho.  164.  p.  63-73.  1995.  Abstracts  in  Japanese  or  in  English  and 
Japanese,  FR  40(4} 

[Fish,  Agency  Japan,  2-2  Nakanoshima,  Toyohira-ku,  Sapporo  062,  Japan]  Individual  abstracts  indexed  in  ihis 
issue  of  Fisheries  Review.  Oncorhynchus  in  llii?  North  Pacific  Ocean. 

95-009042  Holden,  Mike.  REVERTON  AND  HOIT  REVISITED.  Fish.  Res.  (Amsterdam)  24(1):3-8.  1995. 
FR  40(4} 

|15  Princess  Beatrice  Close,  Norwich  NRG  5D!),  England] 

95-009043      Horak,   Don.  NATIVE  AND  NONNATIVE    FISH    SPECIES  USED  IN  STATE   FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT  PROGRAMS  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES,  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecwyttemy. 
Proceedingsof  the  InternationaiSymposiumandWorkshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-  17  March  1394. 
Harold  LSchramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  61-67,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Div.  Wildl.,  3  1  7  W.  Prospect,  Fort  CoiJins,  CO  B052  6j 

95-009044  Hosper,  S,  H.;  R.  D.  Gulati;  L.  van  Liere  and  R.  M.  M.  Rooijackers,  editors,  INTEGRATED  WATER 
RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT;  SELECTED  PROCEEDINGS  OF  "LIVING  WITH  WATER'  -THE  INTERNATIONA! 
CONFERENCE  ON  INTEGRATED  WATER  RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT,  HELD  IN  AMSTERDAM,  THE 
NETHERLANDS,  26-29  SEPTEMBER  1994.  Water  Sri.  Tec/ino/.  3  1(0):  1404.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Inst.  Inland  Water  Manage,  &  Waste  Water  Treatment,  P.O.  Box  17,0200  AALelystnd,Nctlierliinds]  Selected 
papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009045     Hmby,  Thomas;  William  E.  Cesanek  and  Keilh  E.  Miller.  ESTIMATING  RELATIVE  WITIANO 
VALUES  FOR  REGIONAL  PLANNING.  IVettands  15(2):93-107.  1  995.  FR  40(4} 
[Dep.  Ecol.,  P.O.  Box  47600,  Olympia,  WA  98504] 

95-009046     Ishidii,  Yukimasn.  [FNFORMATION  ON  MASU  SALMON  IN  NORTH  AMERICA  AND  NASCO.| 
(Salmon  Seminar  Abstracts:  33th  Salmon  Seminar,  March  Iff,   1994.}  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Inch,  Rep. 
Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  164.  p.  64,  19!)5Jn  Japanese.  FR  40(4} 
Oncofliy/iclitis  masou. 

95-009047    Ishlda,  Yukimasa.  |RCIATJONSI-|1P  BETWEEN  MASLJ  SALMON  GROWTH  CHANGE  AMD 
ENVIRONMENTAL  CHANCE.]  (Salmon  Seminar  Abstracts:  3Btlt  Salmon  Seminar,  March  tB,  W94.}  Hokkaido 
Salmon  Hatchery.  Toc/t.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No,  1  64.  p.  64.  1  995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 
Oncor/jyvjc/u/s  masou. 

95-OQ9Q48  Jaenscli,  Roger,  Tl-lt  MIDDLE  FLY  WETLANDS  PAPUA  NEW  GUINEA.  Asian  Wclftmd  News 
7(2):14-15.  1994.  PR  40(4) 

|CCNT  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,  P,O,  Box  496,  Palmerston,  NT  0031,  Australia.  tcl:(61  89)  221759;  fax:(G1  S9] 
221739J 

95-009049  Jhingran,  Arun  G.  A  GENERAL  REVIEW  OP  THE  INLAND  CAPTURE  FISHERIES  SITUATION  IN 
INDIA.  Sow.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  1988:31-41.  1988.  FR  40(4) 

95-009050    Jonos,  Mark.  AQUATIC  DATA  ANALYSIS.  Colo.  Div.  Wildl.  Res.  Rev.  No.  2.  p.  3  1-33.  1  993.  FR  40(4) 
Pomoxisin  Colorado. 

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ta-serv.4!5):5Qt-509.  1995.  FR  40(4)  „>„  pm  c     ,      n 

|CAB  Int.  tiwt.  Enlomol.,  56  Queen's  Gale,  London  SW7  5)R,  England] 

M409052     Kemp,  Anne.  THREATENED  FISHES  OF  THE  WORLD:  N£OC£RATODUS  fORSTER/  (KREFFT, 
WO)  (HEOCERATOOONTIDAE).  Environ.  B/o/.  Fishes  43(3):310.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep  Anal.,  Univ.  Queensland,  St.  Lucia,  Qld.  4072,  Australia! 


B409053     tol™,  lureK  and  M.ciej  Zalewski.  NOTES  ON  a 


303(l-3J:l-7.  1995.  FR  40(4)  _    iae  JL,,. 

|Dep.  8iol.,  McMaster  Univ.,  Hamilton,  ON,  Canada  L8S  4K1  1 
95-009054     Krasnows^Paul.WEDONTDOALLOCATlON.A/sk.fish.Res.Bu/t  1(2):176-178.  1994.FR40(4) 

|234  Sudden  Valley,  Bellingham,  WA  98226] 

9SW9Q55  Krai*  Fred.  THE  CONSERVATION  OF  UNISEXUAL  VERTEBRATE  POPULATIONS.  Qmseiv.  B/o/. 
^PS'  U9nivFMic°h(4)&30  N.  University,  Ann  Arbor  48109.  e-mai  I  :usergf8e@un,cc.u  mich.edu]  Data  for 
11  spetfes. 

95-00^056     Kremen,  Claire;  Adina  M.  Merenlender  and  Denn«D-  Murphy 
VITAL  NEED  fOR  INTERGRATED  CONSERVATION  AND  DEVELOPMENT 
ConsE?fV.  Bio/.  S{Z}i3Bfl.397.  1  994.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

{Merenlender:  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Stanford  Univ.,  Stanford,  CA  94305| 


1994.  FR  40(4) 

Setetlec!  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

,5-009058      Lee,   Dennis   P.  CONTRIBUTION  OF  NONNAT.VE  FISH  TC  ' 

RECREATIONAL  FISHERY.  Uses  and  Effects  o(  Cultured  tehes  <n  Aqua  C._£SS94  HaiSdt  Schramm 


b  and  Robert  C.  FVper,  et/ilors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No  1  5.  p.  1  6-20.  1  995  FR  fj^l  . 

pep.Fish&GaVnG,  1701  Nimbus  Rd.,  Suite  QRancho  Cordova,  CA  95670]  Micropterus,  Maiurus,  W 
and  Morane  ssxatiHs. 


95-009059  Link,  G.  Lee  and  Robert  ).  Naiman,  comp,.^. 
WORKSHOP  ON  THE  ECOLOGY  AND  MANAGEMENT  OF  A 
•  -  "  —4,  UNIVERSITY  OF  WASHINGTON,  SEATTLE.  LJrw.  Wash.  225p.  99J:™  '"J 4) 

ilreamside  Studies,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  9B195]  Selected  papers  and  abstracts  mdexed 
Keview. 


95-0090&0      Lyon,  John  Crimson.  PRACTICAL  HANDBOOK  FOR  WETLAND 
DELINEATION,  te^is  Publ.  1 57P.  1993.  Available  at  $65  95  fj^i^^0.8"^5- 
2000  Corporate  Blvd.,  N.W.,  Boca  Raton,  FL  33431.  tel:800-272-7737.  FR  40(4) 
iDep.  Eng.,  Ohio  Slate  Univ.,  Columbus  43210] 


,5-00*0*1      McNeely,  l.ffrey  A.  KEEP  ALLTHE  P.ECES: 

Specitt  Issue:  Systematic  Agenda  2000  -  Papers  from  ^^HMal^R^So 
Michael  F.  Oaridge,  coordinator.  Biodivers.  Conserv.  4(5  ):5  10-5  19.  1995.  FR  40(4} 
MUCN-Worlcl  Consetv.  Union,  1  196  Gland,  Switzerland] 

Mcacl,.,,,,  Charles  P.  and  ,ohn  H.  Ch*  PACIFIC  SALMON  MANAGEMENT  -  THE  V.EW  FROM 

u'  AK  998°2-55261 


|Dcp.  Econ.,  Univ.  Tex,,  San  Antonio  78249]  AGENCY 

tsm  US?^  ^S^uft-SISS^ 

WML  Resour.,  VPI.SU,  Blacksburs,  VA  2406,, 


1991 
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95-009065     Murphy,  William  F.  CONTINUING  EDUCATIONAL  NEEDS  OF  STATE  AGENCY  FISH  AW 

WILDLIFE  BIOLOGISTS.  Ph.D.  dissertation,  Va.  Poiytcch.  Insl  &  State  Univ.  186p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009066  Naiman,  Robert  ].;  )ohn  \.  Magnuson;  Diane  M.  McKnight  and  lack  A.  Stanford,  editors  THE 
FRESHWATER  IMPERATIVE:  A  RESEARCH  AGENDA.  Island  Press  165p.  1995.  Available  at  $35.00  (dwfclSft 
1-55963-406-5)  and  $19.95  (paper:  ISSN  1-55963-407-3)  from  Island  Press,  1718  Con ne client  Ave.  NW,S"f 
300,  Washington,  DC  20009.  tel:202-232-7933;  fax;202-234-1328;  e-mail:ipress@igc.apc.org,  FR  40(4) 

95-009067  Nielsen,  Larry  A.  THE  PRACTICAL  USES  OF  FISHERIES  HISTORY,  fisheries  (Bethtuda)  20(B|:1UB 
1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Sch.  For.  Resour.,  Pa.  Stale  Univ.,  University  Park  16803] 

95-009068  Orth,  Donald  J.  POGO  WAS  RIGHT  LET'S  CHANGE  THE  WAY  WE  TEACH  flSHtBli 
MANACEMENT.fBhene5ffl«hBsdaJ20[9):10-13.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.    Fish.    &    Wildl.    Sci.,    VPI    &    SU,     Blacksburg,    VA    24061-032).     tel:703-231-59ts; 
e-mail:orth@vtvm1  .cc.vt.edu.] 

95-009069  Palmeirim,  Jorge  M.;  Francisco  Moreira  and  Pedro  Beja.  [CONSERVATION  PRIORITIES  OF 
TERRESTRIAL  VERTEBRATES  AT  NATIONAL  LEVEL:  THE  CASE  OF  SOUTHWESTERN  COAST  Of  PORTUGAL] 
In:  Professor  Germano  da  Fonseca  Sacawao  ft  914-1992).  Papers  in  Homage.  Carlos  /Wmaca,  editor,  p.  167-15) 

1 994.  In  Portuguese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Zoo!.  £  Antropol,,  Fac.  Cienc,  Bloco  C2,  Campo  Grande,  1 700  Lisboa,  Portugal)  Afoja  faitax,  Bjibu 
barbus  sc/aieri,  Chondrwtoma  tusitanicum,  Leuciscus  pyrenaicus,  and  data  for  nine  other  species. 

95-009070  Pendarvis,  M.  P.  and  M.  Broussarct.  DEVELOPING  AN  INTERACTIVE  MULTIMEDIA  PKOCIWi 
FOR  USE  IN  LOCAL  WILDLIFE  EDUCATION  CENTERS.  Ptoc.  La.  Acad.  Sci.  Vol.  57.  p.  46.  1994.  Abstract 
FR  40(4) 

(Southeasl.  La,  Univ.,  Hammond  70401  ] 

95-009071  Peres,  Carlos  A.  and  |ohn  W.  Terborgh.  AMAZONIAN  NATURE  RESERVES:  AN  ANALYSIS  Or  Hit 
DEFENSIBILITY  STATUS  OF  EXISTING  CONSERVATION  UNITS  AND  DESIGN  CRITERIA  FOR  THE  fUTUH 
Comerv.  Biol.  9(1}:3446.  1 995.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Ecol.  Geral,  Inst.  Biocienc.,  Univ.  Sao  Paulo,  Caixa  Postal  1 1 .461,  Sao  Paulo,  S.P.  05422-970,  Hu7l\ 

95-009072  Pet,  J.  S.;  J.  W,  M,  Wijsman;  P.  J.  Mous  and  M.  A.  M,  Machlels.  CHARACTERISTICS  Of  AW 
LANKAN  RESERVOIR  FISHERY  AND  CONSEQUENCES  FOR  THE  ESTIMATION  OF  ANNUAL  YIEIO.  fish  fci 
(Amsterdam)  24(1  ):9-33.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

pep.  Fish  Cull.  &Fish.,WaeeningenAgric.  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  330, 6700  AH  Wageninfien,  Netherlands.  lri:iJ1 
837083307;fex:+31  0370  83937)  Dala  for  10  species. 

95-009073  Polischuk,  M.  I.  [ON  THE  PROBLEM  OF  ECONOMIC  EFFICIENCY  EVALUATION  fffi 
SHORT-TERM  FISHERY  PREDICTING.]  In:  (Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.)  E.  G.  Bakovn,  ri:v. 
p.  112-117,  208. 1989.  In  Russian  wilh  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009074     Pov2,  Mela,  THREATENED  FISHES  OF  THE  WORLD:  UMBRA  KRAMER!  WALCAUM,  )HJ 
(UMBRIDAE),  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43{3):232.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Flsh.  Res.  Inst.,  6100  Ljubljana,  Zupancfcova  9,  Slovenia] 

95-009075  Razak,  Victoria  and  Sam  Cole,  editors.  SPECIAL  ISSUE:  ANTHROPOLOGICAL  PERSPECTIVES'^ 
THE  FUTURE  OF  CULTURE  AND  SOCIETY,  futures  27(4):375-481. 1995.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Anthfopol.,  SUNY,  Elllcolt  Complex,  N.  Campus,  Buffalo,  NY  14261-0005.  le(/fax:71&-aJ7-J«t 
e-mail:vl08qpn@ubvms.ccbuffalo.edu]  Sefeclod  paper  indexed  in  this  Issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009076     Roscnzweig,  Michael  L.  SPECIES  DIVERSITY  IN  SPACE  AND  TIME,  Cambridge  Unto.  Prex  |«7p! 

1995.  Available  at  $74.95  (dofli:  ISBN  0^521^961 8-7)  and  $27.95  (paper  ISBN  0-52 1-49952-6)  from  CambrHji 
Univ.  Press,  40  W.  20lh  Si,  New  York,  NY  1001 1  -421 1 .  tel:800-872-7423.  FR  40(4) 

pep.  Ecol.  &  Evol.  Biol.,  Univ.  Ariz.,  Tucson  8572 1 1 

95-009077    Sayre,  John  A.  TERMINAL  FISHERIES  AND  CAPTIVE  BROODSTOCK  ENHANCEMENT  H 

NONPROFITGROUPS.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  /Voceecfi/igs  of  the  Inletn&M 
Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Scfiramm^ri 
Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  303-306. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
(Long  Live  the  Kings,  Inc,  19435  184lh  PI.  N.L,  Woodlnville,  WA  98072] 

95-009078  Schlemer,  F.;  M.Zalewskl  anclf.  E.  Thorpe,  editors.  THE  IMPORTANCE  OF  AQUATIC-TERKESWL 
ECOTONES  FOR  FRESHWATER  FISH:  RESULTS  OF  A  MID-TERM  MEETING  OF  FLIWE,  HELD  IN  LIN1 
AUSTRIA,  AUGUSTS-SEPTEMBER  2,  1992.  J-tydroo/o/og/a  303(1-3):1-264. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

Jlnsl.  Zool.j  Univ.  Wten,  Vienna,  Austria)  Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

FR40[4)  158  Iffi 


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95*09079     Schienier,  F.;  M.  Zalewski  and  ].  E.  Thorpe.  LAND/INLAND  WATER  ECOTONES:  INTERMEDIATE 
HABITATS  CRITICAL  FOR  CONSERVATION  AND  MANAGEMENT.  The  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial 
Ecotones  for  Freshwater  Fish;  Results  of  a  M/d-Temi  Meeting  ofFLIWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  3 1 -September 
2,  1992.F.Schiemer,M.  Zalewski,  and  I.E.  Thorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiologia  303(1-3):259-2G4.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Insl.  Zool.,  Univ.  Wien,  Vienna,  Austria] 

95-009080  Schubert  Alex  L.  S.  MICROHABITAT  SELECTION  AND  FEEDING  IN  THE  SOUTHERN  CAVEFISH 
(TVPHLICHJHYS  SUB1ERRANEUS).  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Mo.  (Columbia)  157p.  1993.  FR  10(4) 

95-OQ908I  Sears,  Dustiu  B,  and  Paul  A.  Fuerst.  COMPARISON  OF  RAPDs  AND  rnt-DNA  WITH  ALLOZYMES 
JN  THE  STUDY  OF  THE  ENDANGERED  WESTERN  BANDED  KILLIFISH.  Ohio  I.  Set.  95(2):9-10.  1995.  Abstract 
only.  FR40(4) 

[Dep.Mol.  Genet.,  Ohio  State  Univ.,  Columbus  43210]  Fundulus  diaphanus  menona  in  Ohio. 

95-009082  Selleck,  Jeff.  NBS  SCIENCE  CENTERS:  NETWORKING  A  KEY  FOR  TECHNICAL  ASSISTANCE.  Park 
Set.  {U.S.  Naif.  ParkServ.)  15(2):29-31.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Nail  Park  Serv.,  NaL  Resour.  Publ.  Off..  P.O.  Box  25287  (WASO-NRPO),  Denver,  CO  80225-0287. 
lel:3O3-969-2147;e-mail:jeff.selleck 

95-OO9083      Shrivastava,  P.  CONSERVATION  MEASURES  ENDANGERING  BIOLOGICAL 
DIVERSITY  IN  A  TROPICAL  WETLAND.  INTELCOL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  to  Meet  the 
Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecol- 
ogy, 21  to  26  August  1994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom,  lohn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel  I  Norman, 
and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  190.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-OO9084  Starnes,  Lynn  B.  THE  AFS  RESOURCE  POLICY  COMMITTEE,  Fisheries  (Bethesda)  20(fl):20-21. 
1995.  FR  40(1) 

95-OO9Q85  Stefanou,  Spiro  E.  and  James  E.  Wilen.  LICENSE  VALUES  IN  RESTRICTED  ACCESS  FISHERIES.  Hull. 
Math.  Biol.  54(2/3):209-218. 1992.  FR  40(4} 

95-OO9086  Stern,  Marc  A.  and  Sharon  K.  Gillenwater,  editors.  FOCUS  ON:  WILDLIFE  CONSERVATION  AND 
THE  PRESERVATION  OF  BIODIVERSITY./.  Environ.  &  Dev.  4(2):1-120.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[J.  Environ.  &  Dev,,  Grad.  Sen.  Int.  Relations  &  Pac.  Sludies,  Univ.  Calif.  San  Diego,  Mail  Code  0519,  9500 
Gilrnanpr,,  La  Jolln  92093-0519.  lel:61 9-534-761 7;  fax;61 9-534-3939;  e-rnail:envdev@ucsd.edij|  Selected  papers 
indexed  in  this  issue  o(  Fisheries  Review. 

95-OO9087  TaHTs,  John  H.;  Hazel  J.  Norman  and  Richard  A,  Benton,  editors.  INTELCOL  MANCHESTER  1994: 
PROGRESS  TO  MEET  THE  CHALLENGE  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  CHANGE.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  VI 
I M7ERNATIONALCONGRESSOF  ECOLOGY,  21  TO  26  AUGUST  1994,  MANCHESTER,  UNITED  KINGDOM, 
tMTELCQL  MANCHESTER  1994:  VI  Int.  Congr.  Ecol.  488p.  1994.  Available  from  School  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ. 
Manchester,  Williamson  Bldg.,  Oxford  Rd.,  Manchester  Ml  3  9PL,  England.  FR  40(4} 

(School  Biol.  Sci,,  Univ.  Manchester,  Williamson  Bldg.,  Oxford  Rd.,  Manchester  M1 3  9PL,  England]  Selected 
abstracts  fndexedl  m  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-OO90B8  Taylor,  William  W.;  C.  Paota  Ferreri;  Fred  L.  Poston  and  John  M.  Robertson.  EDUCATING  FISHERIES 
PROFESSIONALS  USING  A  WATERSHED  APPROACH  TO  EMPHASIZE  THE  ECOSYSTEM  PARADIGM. 
Fisheries  (Bethcsda)  20(9):6-8. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Midi.  State  Univ.,  East  Lansing  48824.  lel:51 7-353-3048] 

95-O090B9    Thomas,  C.  D.  EXTINCTION,  COLONIZATION,  AND  METAPOPULATIONS:  ENVIRONMENTAL 
TRACKING  BY  RARE  SPECIES.  Conserv.  Biol.  8(2):373-378.  1994.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
[Sch.  BEo I.  Sci.,  Univ,  Birmingham,  Edgbaston,  Birmingham  B15  2TT,  England] 

95-009090    Tipton,  Ronald  and  Donald  Tarler.  REPRODUCTIVE  BIOLOGY  OF  THE  GRASS  PICKEREL,  ESOX 
AMERICANOS  VERMICULATUS,  FROM  THE  GREEN  BOTTOM  WILDLIFE  MANAGEMENT  AREA,  WEST 
VIRGINIA.  Proc.  W.  Va.  Acad.  Sci.  67(1):21.'1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4} 
|De|J.  Biol.  Sci.,  Marshall  Univ.,  Huntington,  WV  25755) 

95-009091  Townsend,  Wendy  R.  LIVING  ON  THE  EDGE:  SIRIONO  HUNTING  AND  FISHING  IN  LOWLAND 
8OU  VIA.  Ph,  D.  dissertation,  Univ.  Ha.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

9S-OO9092  Wheeler,  Q.  D,  SYSTEMATICS,  THE  SCIENTIFIC  BASIS  FOR  INVENTORIES  OF  BIODIVERSITY. 
Special  Csscie;  Systematic  Agenda  2000  •  Papers  from  a  Meeting  Held  at  the  Royal  Society,  London,  U  April  1994. 
Mfctiaetf,  Ctarttlge,  coordinator.  Biodivers.  Conserv,  4(5):476-489.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Entwnol.  &  L.  H.  Bailey  Hortorium,  Cornell  Univ.,  Comstock  Hall,  Ithaca,  NY  14B53-0939| 

FR4Q(4)  159  1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 


RESEARCH  AND  MANAGEMENT-GENERAL  (Conlinued) 


;  Gail  A.  PanclsW  „,  „,,„„  Vjn  Nhl  , 


ADMINISTRATION  AND  PUNNING 

"s,0^  ATLANTIC  STATES  MAUNC  l,!,«  ' 

OFTHE  FIFTON  COMPACTING  STATES  ?99  W  £4  ^?  T  ?  J"E  GOVE™OK.S  ANI  >  I  L<  ^,,  tv 


HABITAT  ALTERATIONS 

WE°S^ 

15(2):26-2S.  1995.  FR  40(4)  G'N  'SUNDS  NAT'ONAL  PARK.  park  Set.  (U.S.  NMt.  m  ^ 

INa,,.  WeatherServ,,  Na,l.  Oper,  H.dro..  Remote  Sensing  Cen,.,  Minneapolis,  MN| 


AWn 
DAMSJN  FRENCH  PYRENfES  fflhi«™12  c       (  TOL/TW  L   POpULATIONS 

S  ,       &  ^anage.  tO(2-4):347,161.  iyW.  FH^ 


95-009,00 


Cody.  WATER  AND  THE  WIND.  WJ*.  WM  59(6,;,8.27,  ,  995.  rfi  40f 


3S  S™  MANAGEMENT  ,N  SMALL  ,S,.AN,> 

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WATER,  ENDANGERED  MSIIFS.  M 

Spanish  Mmrn.  FR  40(4)  QF  MEXICO-  CO/HHV.  Biol.  8(2}:379-307.  f  Q9.|  .  hi 


i-'univMui°" 

NIOSS-  OF  HAB,TAT  GUiUINC  i  I  W-iU 


s,,lnU3(3):853. 


IN  TROUT  POPULATION  RESIVINSI  w 

^f,K  N7ELC°L  Manches^  1994:  ft0f^w  to  M«i  rt 
o  ^f.^^tfona/ConffeBoftofaot  2r  «i  Jfi^,/ 

Afaslract  only.  FR  40(4)  '       H>  ^'''^  Haze/^-  Wo™3"'  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  |>,  I  nfl  THI 

olorado. 


E'N  MAINE:  A  CASE  STUDV' 


|Dep.  Mfcrobiol.,  Miflmi  Univ.,  Oxford,  OH  4S056] 
FR  40(4) 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

HABITAT  AlTEfiATIONS  (Continued) 

95-00910&    Nader,  Dona!-P.;  Robert  C.  Worresl;  H.  D.  Kumar  and  Raymond  C  Smith.  FFFFCTS  <  >!•  INC.RI  ASI  I 

SOLAR  ULTRAVIOLET  RADIATION  ON  AQUATIC  ECOSYSTEMS.  Amblo  2<l(3):174-Ifl().  I'Wi.  FK  ''()(•!) 

flnsl.  Bot.  &  Pharm.  Biol.,  Univ.  Erlangen-Nuenberg,  Slaulslr.   5,  D-9I05R  triune,'1",  <  ii''m,iiiy. 
emailihaedergbalani^pcbiologieajni-crlangcn.de] 

95-009107  Halbert,  C.  L.  and  R.  C.  Wlssmar.  HISTORICAL  INFLUENCES  OF  FORLST  PKACTiaS  ON 
SALMONID  HABITATS  IN  HEADWATERS  OF  THE  SKAGIT  RIVER  HASIN,  WASHINGTON.  Prowthiw  <><  ""' 
bHernalionat  Workshop  on  the  Ecology  and  Management  of  Aquatk-Twrestrial  licoMwn,  ii'htitiwy  t'l-l'),  '''''''- 
LViivp/siry  of  Washington,  Seattle.  G.  Lee  Link  and  Robert  I.  Naiman,  c.ompilws.  |>.  146.  J')'M.  Alisli."  I  ciily. 
FR  401-1) 

[School  Fish,  (WH-10),  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  98195] 

95-009108  Harper,  David  M,;  Selena  Randall  and  Eliot  Taylor.  ECOLOGICAL  AITKAISAI  OF  IISMIKIIS 
RESTORATION  TECHNIQUES  IN  LOWLAND  RIVERS,  Coar.«!  I'ish  /:co/ofjy:  fourth  tntcrn,\tlt>it,\l  Syiupn'-hiin  t  m 
the  Ecology  of  fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Publish,  Poland,  2  3-?.  G  tuna,  1993.  David  M.  H:\rpw,  n/ilor,  /'<"/.  '\"t> 
tydfobioi.  41|3}:323-330.  1994.  FR  -10(4) 

[Ecol.  Unit,  Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Leicester,  University  Rd,,  l.eiatsli'i'  LL'1  7KI  I,  Ennland]  ,/' 

95-009100  Hodgson,  Brian  P,  and  Ken  O'Hara.  FISHERIES  MANAGEMENT  OF  Till;  WIJ  SH  I  HI  -A 
REGULATED  RIVER.  Coarse  Fish  Ecology:  Fourth  International  Symposium  on  (/»>  Lcofafiy  t>flltivi<il  /is/it-v,  /  li'l'l 
snPulttuk,  Poland,  23-26}une,  1993.  David  M.  Harper,  editor.  t>ol.  Arch.  I  lydmhiol.  -I  l(;i):.'i:il.;i.l!i.  Mt'M.  I  K  4l»M) 
fNatl,  Rivers  Authority,  Welsh  Reg,,  Wales]  Comgonus  Invarvttis,  Sultno  trutta,  \.  s.i/.'rr,  //ij'/ti,i//u>  lltyiihillm. 
Pefca  fluviatilii,  and  Leuciscus  cepttalus  in  Wales. 

95-009110  Honsig-Erlcnburg,  Wolfgang.  [AQUATIC  tCOLOdY  ASI'FCTS  t)F  I  lYDKOI'l  AVI  K 
DEVELOj'MENriN  CARINTHIA-]  Ocsre/r.  Fisch.  -10(5/6);  126-  1  32.  1995.  In  (ii.'iinan.  FR  ')()(•() 

[SachgcbietslellcrCewaesserschutz  &  Fisch.,  U.Abl.  IJi,  GiiWiKissoroiikot.  Amies  Kiinrtinir  l.iiiiliv.n'i'ji'iuiif:, 
Fljlichachcrstr.  70,  9020  Klagenfurl,  Austria] 

95-009111      Hull  man,   Pfeter.  FROM  ONE-SIDED  PROMOTION   OF  INDIVIDUAL   INTLKISIS    IN 


.... 

Ptocecdings  of  'Living  With  Water"  •  the  International-'Cnnfarcncv  on  lntvnraUnl  W.Krr  RI'SIHIH  c\  M,ti),im-tnfnt. 
HeM  in  Amsterdam,  the  Netherlands,  26-29  September  199'!,  S.  II.  llwpcr,  At.  f).  C,ulMi,  1.  v,i»  li'cfc,  .\<\<t  K  M 
f,t.  Rooijacken,  editors.  Water  Sci.  Tec/too/.  31(B);59-6d.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Delfi  Univ.  Techno!.  &  Min.  Transport,  Public  Works  &  Water  Man,inc.,  I'.O.  HDX  ,ci(M»,  Nl,  i»6<)fl  (  iA  I  irlll. 
Wetherlands] 

95-009112     Johnson,  Ian  W.;  Craig  R.  N.  Elliott  and  Alan  (luslard,  MODFI  I  IN(  i   U  II    IflK  I   Ol 
GROUNDWATER  ABSTRACTION  ON  SALMONID  I-IAIUTAT  AVAII  Allll.l  I  Y  IN  Tl  IF  KIVIR  Al  I  IN,  I  )l  >HSI  I. 
ENGLAND.  Sixth  International  Symposium  on  Rcinilatiid  Streams,  Ccski*  thnl^ovln\  (  '/cc/i  Ri<i>\ihtit    1  (.  AW«*I 
W94  Katct  Pruch,  editor,  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Mamtuu.  1()(2.4):229-a3H.  I1)').1:.  FIMO(4) 
|lnst  Flydrol,,  Walllngfard,  Oxon  OX10  OBB,  England] 

95-0091  13    Jurafda,  Pavel.  EFFECT  OF  CHANNELIZATION  AND  RIXHJI  ATK  )N  <  )N  FISI  I  Rl  (  'HI  HTMI  Nl  IM 

AFLOODFWINRIVER..taintoiOTMitona/Sym^ 

J-6  Auguu  19M.  Knel  Prach,  editor.  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  A  Manw.  I0(2-l):2()7^  1  'I.  I'O.'i.  I  R  .|(l(.|) 

[Insl  Landscape  EcoL,  Acad  Sci.  Czech  Rcpuh.  Brno,  Kvoln.i  II,  Mrno  W)3  6!i,  (  vet  I,  Kci.uhll.  1  1  ),,!,,  (,  „  i  •, 
species  in  llie  Czecli  Republic. 

950091  14    Kubecka,  J«in  and  Jlri  Vostradovsky.  EFFECTS  OF  DAMS,  RFCUI  ATION  AND 
FJ5F,  STOCKS  IN  THE  VLTAVA  RIVER  IN  PRAGUE.  5M,  /n(Pm.i(«ii«,/ 

1      P  fc'"St  ' 


JHydrobfol.  Ins!.,  Czech  Acad  Sci.,  Na  sadkncli  7,  370  05  Qsslw  limh-jovli:..,  C/,-,  h  K^puhll,  | 

9HW9J  15    Larson,  Vickie  L.  FRAGMENTATION  OF  Tl  It  l.AND-WATFR  MAR(  ilN  Win  UN  II  II  NI 
JND  CENTRAL  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON  WATERSHED.  /Ko^,™"^     "n,™\  ^'    *" 

IMS  *  '          ^         '' 


(DynamacCorp,,  Mail  Code  DYN-2,  Kennedy  Space  Cent.,  Fl.  :)2HW.  tcl;'IO/-ll'i:i-:t,!m; 


B?aL  ?,FECTS  OP  MANGROVE  MAKSI I  MANAt  il'Mt  N  M  )N  I ISI I  ANt  I 
.  BmdtversHy  of  the  Indian  River  iagnon-  A  C  o/iftw/in-  (Ml  i,  V,,,,  i    ,  ,1  •>      / 

M.$wainielai,comS^^^ 

fOcfx  Brol.  Sd.,  Nil.  Inst.  Technol.,  150  W.  University  Blvd.,  Mdlmurnp  vm\.tm\\\  f ' .»,/!     i,  »       i 
fcmnarfoodmv 


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FISHERIES  REVIEW 

HABITAT  ALTERATIONS  (Continued) 

95009117     Lusk  Stanislav.  INFLUENCE  OF  VALLEY  DAMS  ON  THE  CHANGES  IN  FISH  COMMUNITIES 

INHABITING  STREAMS  IN  THE  DYJE  RIVER  DRAINAGE  AREA.  Folia  Zoo/.  44(1  ):45-56.  1  995.  FR  40(4] 

[Inst  Landscape  Ecol.,  Acad.  5ci.  Czech  Republic,  Kvetna  8,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic]  Batbits  itarbu,. 
Chondrosl-ama  IMS  us,  Leucrscus  cephaltis,  Salmo  f  rut  fa  fario,  Jhymallus  thymatlus,  ,ind  daw  for  20  oihcr  specie* 
in  the  Czech  Republic. 

95-0091  IS  Mahnken,  Conrad.  BENTHIC  FAUNAL  RECOVERY  AND  SUCCESSION  AFTER  REMOVAL  OF  A 
MARINE  FISH  FARM.  Pti.D.  dissertation,  Univ.  Wash.  1  993.  FR  40(4) 

95-009119  Makeyeva,  A.  P.;  N.  G.  Yernel'yanova;  N.  V-  Belova  and  I.  N.  Ryabov.  RADIGBIOI.GGIC'AL 
ANALYSIS  OF  SILVER  CARP,  HYPOPHTHALMICHJHYS  MOLfTRIX,  FROM  THE  COOLING  POND  OF  THE 
CHERNOBYL  NUCLEAR  POWER  PLANT  SINCE  THE  TIME  OF  THE  ACCIDENT.  2.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  THE 
REPRODUCTIVE  SYSTEM  IN  THE  FIRST  GENERATION  OF  OFFSPRING.  /.  Ichtbyol.  35{2):40-64.  1  995.  FR  40(JJ 
[Biol,  Dep,,  Moscow  State  Univ.,  Moscow,  Russia] 

95-0091  20  Mltson,  R.  8.  UNDERWATER  NOISE  OF  RESEARCH  VESSELS,  Int.  Counc.  fxphr.  Sfa  Coop.  R?i 
Rep.  No.209.61p.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

[ACOUSTEC,  Swiss  Collage,  5  Clinton  Ave,,  Lowestoft,  Suffolk  NR32  5DA,  England] 

95-009121  Nakano,  SWgwu  and  Mikio  Inoue.  [EFFECTS  OF  CHANNEL  ALTERNATION  ON  MASUSAIMO.N 
MICROHABITAT  IN  A  TRIBUTARY  OF  THE  TESHIO  RIVER.]  Special  Issue:  Salmon  and  Environment  ofKm-r. 
Hiioya  Shimizu,  organizer.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  164.  p.  23-32.  1995.  In  Jiifianrse  v,ib 
English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Nafcagawa  Exp.  For,  Fac.Afidc,,,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  OtoineppuJ-lokknido  098-25,  Japan]  OiicorftyodiuinHscj 
in  Japan. 

95.009122  Ojitlfcangas,  Esa;  Kimmo  Aroiveu  and  Ecro  Uukkanen.  DISTRIBUTION  AND  ABUNDANCE  OJ 
RIVER  LAMPREY  (IAMPFTRA  fLUVlAmtS)  AMMGCOETES  IN  THE  REGULATED  RIVER  PF.KHONJOKI.  5Juft 
International  Symposivm  on  Regulated  Streams.  Ceske  Buclcjovice,  Czech  Republic,  3-t>  August  1994,  K<iwl  Freeh. 
editor.  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  10(2-4):239-245.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Kokkola  Water  &  Environ.  Dial.,  Torikalu  40  FJ,  67100  Kokkola,  Finland] 

95-009123  OIsgard,Frodeand  JohnS.  Cray.  ACOMPREHENSIVEANALYSISOFTHEEFFECTSOFOFFStlORE 
OILAND  CAS  EXPLORATION  AND  PRODUCTION  ON  THE  BENTHIC  COMMUNITIESOFTHE  NORWEGIAN 
CONTINENTAL  SHELF.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser.  122{1-3):277-30f>.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Sect.  Mar.  Zool.  &  War.  Cheni.,  Dep,  Biol.,  Univ.  Oslo,  P.O.  »ox  1064,  N-03l6Oslo,  N»r\vay| 


95-009124     Palheta,  Dulcidcia  and  Andrew  Taylor.  MERCURY  IN  ENVIRONMENTAL  AND 
SAMPLES  FROM  A  GOLD  MINENG  AREA  IN  THE  AMAZON  REGION  OF  BRAZIL.  Su.    foMl 
HJfl(1}:63-IJ9,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Taylo;:  Trace  Elements  Lab.,  Robens  Inst.  Health  &  Safety,  Univ.  Surrey,  Guildford,  Surie/OUa  5X1  1, 
Data,  for  seven  specEcs. 


95-009125  Penaz,  Milan;  Pavel  jurajda;  Albert  Luis  Roux  and  Jean  Michel  Olivier, 
ASECTOR  OF  THE  RHONE  RIVER  INFLUENCED  BY  THE  BREGNIER-CORDON  HYDROELECTRIf:  SCHEME. 
Sixth  International  Symposivm  on  Regulated  Streams,  Cesko  Bi/rfc/owce,  Czech  Republic,  3-(>  AUJ'IHI  t'M-l  Kuc-f 
Prach,  editor  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  10|2-4}:363-372,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|lnst,  Landscape  Ecol.,  Acad.  Sci-  Czech  Republic,  Kvutna  8,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic]  Dnla  for  2fi  spcck-i 
in  France. 

95-009126  Rogers,  Gregory  Lawrence.  FISH  COMMUNITIES  Of  THREE  STREAMS  IN  THE  SARINi 
NATIONAL  FOREST  AND  THEIR  RELATIONSHIPS  PETROLEUM  EXPLORATION,  M.S.lftcs/s,5ft.fJiwif.Auirii 
State  Univ.  1  14p.  1994.  From  Masters  AbsLr.  Int.  33(2):473.  1  995.  Order  Nn.  MA135B504.  FR  40(4) 

95-009127  Shields,  F.  D.,  Jr.;  A.  J.  Bowie  and  C  M.  Cooper.  CONTROL  OF  STREAMBANK  LROSION  mil  TO 
BED  DEGRADATION  WITH  VEGETATION  AND  STRUCTURE.  Water  Resour.  Bull.  31(3):47ri-4B!),  1WS. 
FR  40(4) 

[US.  Dep.  Agric.,  ARS-NSL,  ?.O.  Box  1  1  57,  Oxford,  MS  30655-1  1  57] 

95-0091  28    Tsulsumf,  Hlronkf.  IMPACT  OF  FISH  NET  IJEN  CULTURE  ON  THE  DENTHIC  ENVIRONMENT  OF 
A  COVE  IN  SOUTH  JAPAN.  Dedicated  Issue:  The  Effects  of  Affiiaciilture  In  fsli/ar/no  [nvinmme-nls.  Hnliffi  V,'. 
Hastings  and  Donald  R,  Heinle,  organizers.  f.stuades  18(1  A}:1  08-1  15.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Lab,  Mar.  Biol.,  Pcifeclimil  Univ.  Kumamoto,  3-1-100  Tsukidc,  Kunianioto  862,  Japan] 

95-009129    Yabe,  Hiroki;  Akihiho  Tank  Masashl  Yamagudil  and  Alsushl  Yoshfl.  [RIVER  IMPROVfMEKT 
WORKS  ACCORDANT  TO  FISH  HABITAT.]  5peda/  Issue:  Salmon  ami  Environment  of  River. 
organizer.  Tech.  Rep,  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  164.  p.  9-21.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 
(River  Manage.,  Conslr,  Dep.,  Hokkaido  Dev.  Bur.,  NB-W2,  Kila-ku,  Sapporo  060,  Japan] 

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202,  00,5,  Helsinki,  f^&W&  ?,3|  *"  "Jtk""U"a"°s  T"='< 


«..««»*/  ncjf.  i_uju.  noc.  p.  b2  l-t)2b.  1993  FR  40(4) 
[State  Aquarium,  Camden,  N)  08103| 


REGULATIONS 


|F.nanc,  A  Manage.  Sci.  Dep.,  Saint  Mary's  Univ.,  Halifax,  NS,  Canada  B3H  3C3  ] 
FISH  CONTROL  AND  REMOVAL 


J 

fychacheiius  oregonensis.  ER.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Wash.  1  994,  fR  40[4J 


A5T( 
nan«''.  Sac.  /nd/a  15(1.2):69.72.  1983, 

MARKfNG  AND  TAGGING 

rORMA'RU'Glu^^ES^oS^^^ 

|Mar.  Resour.  Res,  |nst,  0^.^  S7?o        *  ^  u/}.,56  W^50-254.  1994.  FR  40(4) 
F  ««auur     r.u.  ll       12559,  Charleston,  SC  29422-2559) 


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SKI^ 

ck  T    !<    i  o'^ "  """  ^^s'isn  sunim.  FR  40(4)  l        u 

95-009154     Mulh  7       "*'  ^^  U"iV'  "'^  K°"an'  Minat°'  ^^  1  °8' JaPanI  Canm  cfeteal&jtolut 
EMBRYOS ANDUURV°AE%maUSoS^  OTOLITHS  IN  RAZORBACK  SUCKEf 

J^T  "* Lab" De" Fiih- &  WildJ-  B^Sb^^^^«^f  iSJiss  fs,R  ^ 


°F  VISIBU  'MPIANT  TACS  «V  )UVEN,LE  BROWN  TROUT.  /  nsh 
ane  &  Rsh.  Re,  lnsl.,  ft|t 


Foster.  RETENTION,  RECOGNITION, 
80(4);  16  1-1  ?0.  1994.  FR  40(4)  S  AN°  MARKS  FOR  WHITE  STURGEON.  Calif.  Fish  Came 


^ 

95-009158    SchroderS  L-ECVnllcr  JH  i-     ^ 

EMERGED  SALM  T"  MARKING  EMBRYONIC  AND  NEWLY 


o.  164,  p.  &7-68.  1995JA  ^  Pep. 


n:  VALIDITY  OF  FIN-CL,PPING  TO  STUDY  THE 
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STOCKING  AND  INTRODUCTIONS 

95OG9160  Andreasen,  Linda  L.  PREDATION  AND  CANNIBALISM  ON  HATCHERY-REARED  STRIPED  BASS 
IN  THE  PATUXENT  RIVER,  MARYLAND.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings 
of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  l-larold  L. 
Sfhramm Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  553-554.  1995.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4) 
[U.S.  Fish  &  Wild).  Serv.,  Fish.  Resour.  Off.,  1 825  Virginia  Si.,  Annapolis,  MD  21 401  ]  Morane  saxatilis,  Ictalurus 
pitnclatus,  Aineiurus  catus,  and  Micropogonias  undulatus. 

95-0091 6 1  Bachen,  Bruce  A.  and  Tim  Linlcy.  HIDDEN  FALLS  HATCHERY  CHUM  SALMON  PROGRAM.  Uses 
jn  d  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop 
hefcf  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am. 
fifb.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  564-565.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[North,  Somheasl  Reg.  Aqucull.  Assoc.,  1308  Sawmill  Creek  Rd.,  Silka,  AK  99835]  Oncorhynchus  keta  in 
Alaska. 

95-009162  Blankenship,  H.  Lee  and  Kenneth  M.  Leber.  A  RESPONSIBLE  APPROACH  TO  MARINE  STOCK 
ENHANCEMENT.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International 
Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  Match  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  Ir.  and 
Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  1 67-1 75.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Wildl.,  600  Capitol  Way  N,,  Mail  Stop  43149,  Olympia,  WA  98501]  Cadus  morhua,  Mugil 
tephaltts,  Scfaenops  ocellatus,  and  Atractosdon  nobilis. 

95-009163     Bowles,  Edward  C.  SUPPLEMENTATION:  PANACEA  OR  CURSE  FOR  THE  RECOVERY  OF 
DECLINING  FISH  STOCKS?  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the 
fn  ler national  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1 994.  Harold  L.  Schramtn 
(r-  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  277-283.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  600  S.  Walnut  St.,  Boise,  ID  83707] 

95-0091 64     Buynak,  Gerard  L.  EVALUATION  OF  A  SMALI.MOUTH  BASS  STOCKING  PROGRAM  AT  CAVE 
RUN  AND  CANNON  CREEK  LAKES.  Ky.  Dep.  Fish  Wildl.  Resour.  Fish  Bull.  No.  97.  16p,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
Micropterus  dolomieu  in  Kentucky. 

95-009(65  Campion,  Donald  E.  GENETIC  EFFECTS  OF  HATCHERY  FISH  ON  WILD  POPULATIONS  OF 
PACIFIC  SALMON  AND  STEELHEAD:  WFIAT  DO  WE  REALLY  KNOW?  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in 
Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New 
Mexico,  12-17  Marc/i  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc,  Symp.  No.  15. 
p,  337-353.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Fish.  &  Aqual.  Sci.,  Univ.  Fla.,  7922  Northwest  71sl  St.,  Gainesville  326531  Oncorliynchus  and  O, 
mykiss. 

95-0091 66  Cassnni,  John  R,  PROBLEMS  AND  PROSPECTS  FOR  GRASS  CARP  AS  A  MANAGEMENT  TOOL, 
Uses  ami  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper, 
editors  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No,  15.  p.  407-412.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Lee  Cly.  Hyacinth  Cont.  Dis.,  P.O.  Box  60005,  Fort  Myers,  FL  33906]  Ctenopnaryngodon  I'de/Ja  in  the  United 
Si  ales. 

95-009 1 67  Chacon-Tones,  Arturo  and  Catnlina  Rosas-Monge.  A  RESTORATION  PLAN  FOR  PEZ  BLANCO  IN 
LAKE  PATZCUARO,  MEXICO.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the 
fftiernat'mnat  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  )  2- 1 7 March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm 
ff.  ami  Rolteit  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  1 22-1 26.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Esc.  Oiol.,  Univ.  Michoacana  San  Nicolas  Hidalgo,  Michoacan,  Mexico]  Chirostoma  estoreslor. 

95-009168  Collrall,  Kirby  D.;  Scott  Stuewe  and  Alan  Brandenburg.  INCORPORATING  THE  STOCK  CONCEPT 
AND  CONSERVATION  GENETICS  IN  AN  ILLINOIS  STOCKING  PROGRAM.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes 
in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New 
Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15. 
p.  24-1-2-1B.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dcp.  Conserv,,  Div.  Fish,,  600  N.  Grand  Ave.  W.,  Springfield,  IL  62702] 

95-009169  Courlenay,  Waller  R.,  Jr.  THE  CASE  FOR  CAUTION  WITH  FISH  INTRODUCTIONS.  Uses  and 
Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  In  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held 
in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  fr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish. 
Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  41 3-424.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Atlantic  Univ.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Boca  Raton,  FL  33431] 

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95-0091  70  Crutchfield,  John  U.,  Jr.  ESTABLISHMENT  AND  EXPANSION  OF  REDDEUY  TILAPIA  ANDBLUt 
TILAPIA  IN  A  POWER  PLANT  COOLING  RESERVOIR.  USES  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Fcosyjler;! 
ptoceedingsonbelntemawnalSympositim  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexko,  12-17MaxhM4. 
HaroM  1  Schrammlr.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp-  No.  15.  p.  452-461.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Power  &  Light  Co.,  41  2  S.  Wilminglon  St.,  Raleigh,  NC  2  760  1  ]  Jtlapta  aurea,  T.  zilli,  Notemigonus  cryso^n. 
Carnousia  holbrooki,  Cypiineth  snatostana,  Lepomis  cyanclius,  Dorosoma  cepedianum,  Cyprinus  carpio,  JcraJycJ 
punctatus,  Ameiurus  platycephalus,  and  A  catus  in  North  Carolina. 

95  0091  71  Drawbridge,  Mark  A.;  Donald  B.  Kent;  Michael  A.  Shane  and  Richard  F.  Ford.  THE  ASSESSMENT 
OF  MARINE  STOCK  ENHANCEMENT  IN  SOUTHERN  CALIFORNIA:  A  CASE  STUDY  INVOLVING  THE  MITE 
SEABASS,  Uses  and  fffecfs  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  S^mpojx~i 
and  Workshop  field  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  J2-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  \r.  and  Rotten  C,  Ffe-. 
editors  Am  Fish,  Soc  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  566-569.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

(Hubbs-Sea  World  Res.  Insl.,  2595  Ingraliam  St.,  San  Diego,  CA  92109]  Airactoscion  nobills, 

95009172     Fjellheirn,  Arne;  Gunnar  C.  Raddum  and  Rjorn  T.  [Jarlaup.  DISPERSAL,  GROWTH  AKD 
MORTALITY  OF  BROWN  TROUT  (SALMO  TRUTTA  L.)  STOCKED  IN  A  REGULATED  WEST  NORWffitW 
RIVER  Sixth  International  Symposium  on  Regulated  Streams,  Ccske  Budejovice,  Ctecb  Republic,  3-6  August  IW4 
Kare/Pradi  editor.  Rcgul.  Rivets  Res.  &  Manage.  10(2-4):!  37-1  45.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(Insl.  Zoo!.,  Univ.  Bergen,  Allegl.  41,  N-5007  Bi-rgen,  Norway] 

95-0091  73  Flags,  Thomas  A.;  F.  William  Waknitzj  Desmond  J.  Maynard;  George  B.  Milncr  and  Conrad  V  W 
Mahrken.  THE  EfFECT  OF  HATCHERIES  ON  NATIVE  COHO  SALMON  POPULATIONS  IN  THE  LOtVEl 
COLUMBIA  RIVER.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  tolemalwi1 
Symposium  and  Woikshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  199'!.  Harold  L  Schramm  k  iri 
Robat  C  Pipe!,  edfton.  Am,  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  366-375.  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

(NMFS,  Northwest  Fish,  Sci.  Cent.,  2  725  Montlake  Blvd.  E.,  Seattle,  WA  981  1  2]  Oncorfiyflcrius 


95-0091  74  Forshage,  Allen  A.  and  Loraine  T.  Fries.  EVALUATION  OF  THE  FLORIDA  LARGEMOUTH  BAH  IN 
TEXAS,  1972-1993.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  tnternaiton*! 
Svmposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L.  Schrarmli.  i?,J 
Robert  G  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fisti  Soc.  Symp,  No,  1  5.  p.  484-49  1  .  1  995.  FR  40(4) 

[Parks  &  Wildl,  Oep.,  1  1  942  FM  B48,  Tyler,  TX  75707|  Microptertis  salmoidcs  salmoides  and  M.  s. 


95-009175  Clllllind,  Eugene  and  Jeff  Boxrucker.  SPECIES-SPECIFIC  GUIDELINES  FOR  STOCKING 
RESERVOIRS  IN  OKLAHOMA.  Uses  and  Effecis  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ccosysfems:  Proceed/ngj  o/i^ 
International  Sympoaam  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  1  2-17  March  J  394.  Harold  I.  Schorr 
]r.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  fish.  Hoc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  144-151,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fish,  Res,  Lab,,  500  E,  Constellation,  Norman,  OK  73072]  Ictatums  punctatus,  Microplcnis  doiomv,  M 
sa/moldes,  Morons  matilis  x  M.  chiysops,  and  Stizosieilion  canadense  x  5.  vitreum. 

95-0091  76    Godll,  John.  FISH  FORAGE  STUDIES.  Goto.  DiV.  Wildl.  Res.  Rev.  No.  2.  p.  33-35.  1  993,  FR  4QHJ 
Dorosoma  cepediarwm,  Notropis  hudsonius,  N.  alhcrinoides,  Osmerus  mordax,  Safnm  salar,  SaW.t-'ji 
namaycush,  anrl  S,  fontinalis  in  Colorado. 

95-009177  Hate,  Marty  M,;  Joe  C.  Crumpton  and  Ralph  J.  Schiller  Jr.  FROM  SPORTFISHING  BUSITO 
COMMERCIAL  FISHING  BOON:  A  HISTORY  OP  THE  BLUE  TILAI'lA  IN  FLORIDA.  Usesand  Effcctt  ofCuftuwJ 
fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuifuem^e, 
New  Mexico,  12^  7  March  )09<l.  Harold  L.  Schramm  )r.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc,  Symp.  Ms. 
l5.p.425-430.1995.FR'10(4) 

[Game  &  Fresh  Water  Fish  Coinrn.,  Euslis  Ffsli.  Res.  Lab.,  Euslis,  FL  32727]  Jilapia  aurea. 

95.009170  Hardesly,  James  M.  RESULTS  OF  TRANSPLANTING  ADVANCED  SIZE  LARGEMOUTH  BASi 
(MICROPURUS  SALMQiDK)  INTO  EL  FJOKADO  RESERVOIR.  M.5.  thesis,  Emporia  State  Univ.  1  9M.  FR  40(4} 

95-0091  79  Heard,  William;  Roberl  Burkctt;  Frank  Thrower  and  Steve  McGce,  A  REVIEW  OF  CHINOOK 
SAI  MON  RESOURCES  IN  SOUTHEAST  ALASKA  AND  DEVELOPMENT  OF  AN  ENHANCEMENT  FROGIWt 
DESIGNED  FOR  MINIMAL  HATCHERY-WILD  STOCK  INTERACTION.  Uses  and  Meets  of  Cultut  cii  fbto  ii 
Aquatic  fcoiyslemi:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  NF.V 
Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  fr.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am,  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No,  Si. 
p.  21-37.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[NMFS,  Auke  Bay  Lab.,  Fish.  Sci.  Cent,,  1  1305  Glacier  l-lwy.,  Juneau,  AK  99801  ]  Oncorhynchus  tihmyKki. 


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95^09180  Hendricks,  Michael  L.  THE  CONTRIBUTION  OF  HATCHERY  FISH  TO  THE  RESTORATION  OF 
AMERICAN  SHAD  IN  THE  SUSQUEHANNA  RIVER.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Froceedinssof  the  Jniemar/ona/ Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1 994. 
HaioM  L  Schtamm  jr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15,  p.  329-336.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fish  &  Boat  Comm.,  Senner  Spring  Fisli  Res.  Stn.,  Stale  College,  PA  1 6801  ]  Alosa  sapidissima  in  Maryland 
and  Pennsylvania. 

95-0091 81     Kaeriyama,  Masahide.  POPULATION  DYNAMICS  AND  STOCK  MANAGEMENT  OF  HATCHERY 
SALMON  IN  JAPAN.  {Salmon  Seminar  Abstracts:  40th  Salmon  Seminar,  November  14,  1994.J  Hokkaido  Salmon 
Hatchery,  tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  .164.  p.  60-69.  1995.  In  English  and  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 
Oncorhynchus  nerfca  and  O.  keta.. 

95-009162  Kenl,  Donald  B.;  Mark  A.  Drawbridge  and  Richard  F.  Ford.  ACCOMPLISHMENTS  AND 
ROADBLOCKS  OF  A  MARINE  STOCK  ENHANCEMENT  PROGRAM  FOR  WHITE  SEABASS  IN  CALIFORNIA. 
UJPJ  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-J7  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  /'/per, 
editors,  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1 5.  p.  492-490.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Hubbs-Soa  World1  Res.  Inst.,  2595  Ingraham  St.,  San  Diego,  CA  92 1 09|  Alracloscion  noWWs. 

95-O09 1  &3  King,  Tim  L.;  Rocky  Ward;  Ivonne  R.  Blandon;  Robert  L,  Colura  and  John  R.  Gold.  USING  GENETICS 
IN  THE  DESIGN  OF  RED  DRUM  AND  SPOTTED  SEATROUT  STOCKING  PROGRAMS  IN  TEXAS;  A  REVIEW. 
Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
Workshop  field  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994,  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper, 
editor  Am.  fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p,  499-502.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Nail.  Biol.  Serv.,  Leetown  Sci.  Cent.,  Aquat.  Ecol.  Lab.,  1700  Leelown  Rd.,  Kearneysvillo,  WV  25430] 
Sciaenops  ocellatus  and  Cynosc'ton  nebulosus. 

95-009184  Ktaman,  Benjy.  USE  OF  CULTURED  FISFl  FOR  PUT-GROW-AND-TAKE  FISHERIES  IN  KENTUCKY 
IMPOUNDMENTS.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International 
Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  Ir.  and 
RobeitG,  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  510-526.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Fiih  &  WJldl.  Resour.,  1  Game  Farm  Rd.,  Frankfort,  KY  40601 1  Esox  masquinongy,  Stizostedion  vitreum, 
Ictalwuspunctatus,  Morone  saxatilis,  M.  chrysops,  and  Oncorhynchus  mykiss, 

95-009165     LarscheklJoeG.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  AN  OPTIMAL  STOCKING  REGIME  FOR  WALLEYES  IN  EAST 
OKQGQjl  LAKE,  IOWA,  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International 
Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  I.  Schramm  Ir.  and 
Rabat  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  472-403.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Deji.Nat.  Resour.,  611  252nd  Ave,,  Spirit  Lake,  IA  51360]  Stizostedion  vitreum. 

95-009186      Lassuy,  Dennis  R.  INTRODUCED  SPECIES  AS  A  FACTOR  IN   EXTINCTION  AND 
ENDANCERMENT  OF  NATIVE  FISH  SPECIES.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Proceedings oi  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-1 7  March  1994. 
Ha/otitl.  Schramm  fr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15,  p.  391-396.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
[209  Poplar  Kd,  Riva,  MD  21 140| 

95-009187     Lcary,  Robb  F.;  Fred  W.  Allendorf  and  George  K.  Sage.  HYBRIDIZATION  AND  INTROGRESSION 
BETWEEN  INTRODUCED  AND  NATIVE  FISH.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems: 
Proceedings  of the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994. 
Harold  L  Schramm  //.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  91-101.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
JUniv.  Mont.,  Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Missoula  5901 2] 

95-009188     Leber,  Kenneth  M.  SIGNIFICANCE  OF  FISH  SIZE-AT-RELCASE  ON  ENHANCEMENT  OF  STRIPED 
MUUET  FISHERIES  IN  HAWAII./,  World Aquacull.  Soc.  26(2);143-153.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(Oceanic  Insr.,  Makapuu  Point,  Waimanalo,  HI  96795]  Mugi1/  cep/ia/i/s, 

95-009169  Leber,  Kenneth  M.;  Nathan  P.  Brennan  and  Steve  M.  Arcc.  MARINE  ENHANCEMENT  WITH 
STRIPED  MULLET:  ARE  HATCHERY  RELEASES  REPLENISHING  OR  DISPLACING  WILD  STOCKS?  Uses  and 
f  ffects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held 
in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L,  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish. 
Sof.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  376-387.  1995,  FR  40(4) 

[Oceanic  Inst.,  Makapuu  Point,  Waimanalo,  HI  96795|  Mug//  ccphalus  in  Hawaii. 

95-OC91 90    Logan,  Daniel  J.  WHAT  IN  THE  WORLD  IS  A  PIRAPATINGAf  Am.  Curr.  p.  23-25.  Fall  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
Co/ois-oma  brachypomum,  C.  mitrei,  and  C  macropomum  in  Oregon. 

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95-009200     Schra  "      '  nama^U5I  n     oor^- 

IN  AQUATIC  ECOSVSTEMTpliOCEED^  AND  ErFECTS  OF  CULTURED  FISHES 

IN  ALBUQUERQUE,  NEW  MEXKQ  S?  ^MARrH  ^NATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  AND  WORKSHOP  HFLO 
at  $51.00  (clothr  ISBN  0-913235^101^  iT™  nel  c  '^.VH^  Soc-  Vmp'  Na  15'  f)OBP-  1995'  ^^^ 
I6U12-47I-5700.  FR  40(4)  Rsh"  Soc>  rulfillllient,  P.O.  Box  1020,  Sewicklcy,  f'A  15I4J 

l.dividuaJ  papers  an(T  abstracts  indoKed  in  ,hfs  Jssue  of  Furies  Review 


199! 


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STOCKING  AND  INTRODUCTIONS  (Continued) 

95-009101  ShaAand,  Paul  L.  INTRODUCTION  AND  ESTABLISHMENT  Of  A  SUCCESSFUL  BUTTERFLY 
FEACQCK  FISHERY  IN  SOUTHEAST  FLORIDA  CANALS.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic 
ftojiys  is  mi.  Pfnceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17 
Af-.'ch  1  994.  Hatofd  L  Schramrn  Jr.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  443-45  1  .  1  995, 


[Came  &  Frciti  Water  Fish  Co  mm,,  Non-Native  Fish  Res.  Lab.,  801  Northwest  40th  St.,  Boca  Raton,  FL  3343  1  1 
'/j-py  maiiae,  Cichfn  oceHaris,  iepomis  microlophus,  L  mncrochirus,  and  Micropterus  salmoides. 

95-009202  Shaklee,  James  B.;  Carol  Smith;  Sewall  Young;  Christopher  Marlowe;  Chuck  Johnson  and  Brad  B. 
Sele.  A  CAPTIVE  BROODSTOCK  APPROACH  TO  REBUILDING  A  DEPLETED  CHINOOK  SALMON  STOCK. 
Lr«£s  and  fffecis  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper, 
fdtors.  Am,  fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  567.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dcp.  Fish  &Wildl.,  P.O.  Box  43151,  Olympic,  WA  90504]  Oncorbynchus  tshnwytscha  in  Washington. 

95-009203  Smoker,  Willfam  W.  and  Frank  P.  Thrower.  HOMING  PROPENSITY  IN  TRANSPLANTED  AND 
NATIVE  CHUM  SALMON.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the 
fai&natiortal  Symposium  andWorkshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-1  7  March  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm 
I-'  and  Roberl  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  575-576.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Univ.  Alaska,  Junoau  Cent.  Fish.  &  Ocean  Sci.,  1  11  20  Glacier  Hwy.,  Juneau  99801  ]  Oncorhynchus  keta  in 
Alaska. 

95-009204  Spicer,  Agnes  V.;  John  R.  Moring  and  Joan  G.  Trial.  DOWNSTREAM  MIGRATORY  BEHAVIOR  OF 
HATCHERY-REARED,  RADIO-TAGGED  ATLANTIC  SALMON  (SALMO  SAI.AR)  SMOLTS  IN  THE  PENOBSCOT 
RIVE.R,  MAINE,  USA.  fish.  Res.  (Amst.)  23{3,4):255-266,  19'J5.  FR  40(4} 

[Moling:  Dep.  Zoo!.,  Univ.  Maine,  5751  Murray  Hall,  Orono  04469-5751] 

95-009205  Stone,  Michael  D.  FISH  STOCKING  PROGRAMS  IN  WYOMING:  A  BALANCED  PERSPECTIVE. 
Lfsei  arid  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
Workihop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper, 
editors.  Am.  fish.  Sac.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  47-51.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Came&  Fish  Dep.,  5400,Bishop  Blvd.,  Cheyenne,  WY  82006)  Oncorbynchus  mykiss,  O.  darki,  and  Salvelinus 
fen  lina  frs  . 

95-009206  Takaba,  Minoru;  Sliuichi  Kitada;  Hiroshi  Nakano  and  Tarzo  Morioka.  [SURVIVAL,  FEEDING 
ACTIVITY,  AND  LIVER  CONSTITUENTS  Of  RED  SEA  BREAM  RELEASED  INTO  THE  SETO  INLAND  SEA  OF 
JAPAN  WITH  SPECIAL  REFERENCE  TO  FISH  QUALITY.]  Nippon  Suisan  Gakkaishi  61(4):574-579.  1995.  In 
Japanese  with  English  sunim.  FR  40(4) 

[Hiroshima  Prcfcctural  Fish.  Exp.  Sin.,  6-21-1  Hatami,  Ondo,  Aki,  Hiroshima  737-12,  Japan]  Pagrus  ma/or. 

95-009207  Taylor,  Sidney  and  William  Heard,  RETURNS  OF  ADULT  SOCKEYE  SALMON  FROM 
HATCHERY-REARED  AGE-0  SMOLTS.  {Salmon  .Seminar  Abstracts;  40th  Salmon  Seminar,  November  14,  1994.] 
Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Tech.  Rep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  164.  p,  72-73.  In  English  and  Japanese. 
FIHO[4) 

Qncmhynchus  netka  in  Alaska. 


Van  den  Avyle,  Michael  ).;  Julie  E.  Wallin  and  Carl  Hall.  RESTORATION  OF  THE  SAVANNAH  RIVER 
STRIPED  BASS  POPULATION.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the 
Internal  ionaf  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1  994.  Harold  L.  Schramm 
fr.  and  Robert  G.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  572,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Nal3.  Biot.  Serv.,  Coop.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,  Daniel  B.  Warnell  School  For.  Resour.,  Univ.  Ga.,  Athens 
30602]  Morone  sbxalilis  In  Georgia  and  South  Carolina. 

95-009209     Van  Vooren,  Allan  R.  THE  ROLES  OF  HATCHERIES,  HABITAT,  AND  REGULATIONS  IN  WILD 
TROUT  MANAGEMENT  IN  IDAHO,  Uses  anrf  Effects  of  Cultured  fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems;  Proceedings  of 
ihe  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L 
Schrxmmlr.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  512-517.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dcp.  fish  &  Game?,  600  S.  Walnut  St.,  P.O.  Box  25,  Boise,  ID  83707] 

95-009210  Walil,  David  H.;  Roy  A.  Stein  and  Dennis  R.  DeVries.  AN  ECOLOGICAL  FRAMEWORK  FOR 
EVALUATING  THE  SUCCESS  AND  EFFECTS  OF  STOCKED  FISHES.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic 
Tcoiy-jtems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17 
March  1994.  Untold  L  Schramrn  Ir.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  176-189. 


.      .. 

l.  Hist.  Survey,  Cent.  Aqual.  Ecol,,  &07  E.  Peabody  Dr.,  Champaign,  IL  61  820]  fsox,  Micropterus  salmotcles, 
Stizostcdion  vHrewjif  and  tctalurus  punclatus. 


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STOCKING  AND  INTRODUaiONS  (Continued) 

95-00921  1     Wallir.,  Julie  E,  and  Michael  J.  Van  den  Avyle.  LONG-TERM  SURVIVAL 

OF  STRIHD  BASS  STOCKED  IN  THE  SAVANNAH  RIVER,  GEORGIA-SOUTH  CAROUNA       B 

Cultured  fishes  m  Aquattc  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  anr/  Workshop 

A'buwerc,ueNewMe^ 

Symp.  No.  15.  p.  560,  1995.  Abstract  only.  PR  40(4)  mrwi.— 

(NalL  Blol  Serv.,  Coop.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,  Daniel  B.  Warnell  Sen.  For.  Rcsour.,  Univ  Ca 
Morone  saxaiilis.  "., 


95-009212     Ward,  Rocky;  Lawrence  W.  McEachron;  Billy  E.  Fills  and  Maurice  Muoenke   MUllLVAflUU 
ANALYS'SOFREDDRUMSTOCK.NGINTEXASBAYS.^^ 

Proceedings  o/ffip  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  Match  1M 
FR4W41  7r  B""  R°ben  C  Pipef'  editors-  Am~  Ftsk  Soc-  Vnp.  No.  15.  p.  552.  1995.  Absl^at^ 

(Parks  &  WJIdl.  Dep.,  Perry  R.  Bass  Mar.  Fish.  Res.  Sin.,  HC  2,  Box  305,  Palacios,  TX  77465) 

95-009213     Ward,  Rocky;  Tim  L,  King;  Ivonne  R.  Blandon  and  Lawrence  W  McEachron   IISF  OF  c,i<;f 
MARKING  TO  ASSESS  STOCKING  SUCCESS  OF  RED  DRUM  IN  TEXAS  BAYs!  ijE7and  ^  oS« 
tones  in  Aquatic  fcosystems:  Praceet/mgs  of  the  International  Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  /Ifctmoew  - 

^  ^^L^  ",Mc  DHar°/d  l'  5C/iramm  ^  md  fio/3er(  C'  "^  ^"^  ^.  ™,  Soc  St 
15.p.  551.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4)  F 

[Paiks&Wildl.Dep.,  Perry  R.  Bass  Mar.  Fish.  Res.  Sin.,  HC  2,  Box  385,  PaladoS,TX774&5],9™eno^ce-,'lj 


RF<nnPr  P  '  Km,  a"d  Willa  Nehken-  BE1TER  ROLES  FOR  FISH  STOCKING  IN  AQUATIC 

RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT  USES  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proccalim  of  to 
mernai,ona/  Symposium  and  ^^ 

If.  and  Robert  C.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  527-547  1  995  FR  40(41 
|320  1  2th  Ave.  N.,  Edmonds,  WA  98020] 


SENSE  PROTOCOL  FOR  THE  USE  OF  HATCI  ttRV-REAREO 

w,i      n  ,       -  quatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  IntetnMtoml  Jfywipoj  L  -. 

artWorkshopheUmAttiuquerque.NewMexicQ,  12-17March  1994.  Harold  1.  Schramm  }r.  and  Robn\  G  tip*. 
editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  465-471.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Game  &  Fish  Dep,  528  S.  Adams,  Laramie,  WY  82070] 


iS;  Daniel  E'  Robefls  a          -          . 
AN  AT  RELEASE  ON   RECAPTURL  RATES  OF 


D 

Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  1  5.  p.  354-365  1  995  FR  40(4) 


FlorklT     S5'   [1St"     eP'  EnVir°n'  Pr0t"  M49S  Har"ee  Rd"  Port  Manatee<  FL  342211 


NKWOROKMrn  POTENTIAL   IMPACT  ON   ZOOPLANKTON  AN'O 

^  [  5^4)  COMMUNITIES  IN  AN  OLICOTROPHIC  LAKE.  Ohio  I.  Sci.  95(2):  1  3.  1  995. 


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FISHING  GEAR  AND  TECHNIQUES 

INTRODUCED  RATS  AND  COMMERCIAL  FiS!  IINK  INTHE 

«"•  "-•  C«U  RR  5421,  Robertson  Rd,  Del^  «:.  Ca»d, 


FISHTRAP  FoTpUFFW^^i?3  lsh%Kaz^  Sako  and  Takehiko  Imal.  [A  CATCHING  MODEL  OF 
FR40(4)  '     PP°"  SUI53n  C3kk3lshi  &1(3l;356-362.  1995.  In  Japanese  will*  F.nE1i5h 

[Fac.  Fish.,  Kagoshima  Unlv,,  Kagoshima  890,  Japan]  lagocephalus  wheeteri. 


°F  RSHINC  ACT'VHIES  \H  THE  NORTH  SEA 
o/£nwronmen(  Northern  5o»  '9X  IIMd 

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[Danish  Inst.  Fish.  &  Mar.  Res.,  Charlottenlund  Castle,  DK-2920  Charlot.enlund,  Denmark] 

FR40(4)  17n 

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FISHING  GEARAND  TECHNIQUES  (Continued) 

03-009221  Glass  C  W  and  C.  S.  Wardle.  STUDIES  ON  THE  USE  OF  VISUAL  STIMULI  TO  CONTROL  FISH 
SSp  FROM  CODENDS  II.  THE  EFFECT  OF  A  BLACK  TUNNEL  ON  THE  REACTION  BEHAVIOUR  OF  FISH 
IN  OTTER  TRAWL  CODENDS.  Fish.  Res.  (Amsl.)  23(1,2):165-174.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Scottish  Off.  Agric.  &  Fish.  Dep.,  Mar.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  1  01  ,  Victoria  Rd,  Aberdeen  AB9  8DB,  Scotland] 

95-009222  Class  C  W.;  C.  S.  Wardle;  S.  ],  Gosden  and  D.  N.  Racey.  STUDIES  ON  THE  USE  OF  VISUAL 
STIMULI  TO  CONTROL  FISH  ESCAPE  FROM  CODENDS.  I.  LABORATORY  STUDIES  ON  THE  EFFECT  OF  A 
BLACK  TUNNEL  ON  MESH  PENETRATION,  fish.  Res.  MmsfJ  23(1,21:157.164.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Scottish  Off.  Agric.  &  Fish.  Dep.,  Mar.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  101,  Victoria  Rd.,  Aberdeen  AB9  8DB,  Scotland] 
Scomber  scombrus. 

95009223  Hasegawa,  Eiichi.  (STUDIES  ON  FISH  CATCHING  PROCESS  BY  NIGHT-TIME  PURSE  SEINING 
METHOD  AND  .BEHAVIOUR  OF  OB]ECT  FISH.]  Nippon  Su/san  CafcfcafsW  61(4):4B5-489.  1995.  In  Japanese. 
FR  40(4) 

[Fac.  Bioresour.,  Mie  Univ.,  Tsu,  Mie  514,  Japan] 

95-009224      HallulaJapanijTiina  Luoma;  Rauno  Kosliainenjjouko  Pou^ 

EFFECTS  OF  CATCHING  METHOD  ON  DIFFERENT  QUALITY  PARAMETERS  OF  BALTIC  HERRING  (CLUPEA 

HARiNCUS  LJ.Fish.  Res.  (AmsL)  23<3,4):209-221.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

IVTT  Biotechnol.  &  Food  Res.,  P.O.  Box  1500,  FIN-02044  VTT,  Biologinkuja  1,  Espoo,  Finland! 

9S-009225  Kaiser,  M.  ].  and  B.  E.  Spencer.  SHORT-TERM  ECOLOGICAL  EFFECTS  OF  BEAM  TRAWLING 
IMtLCQL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  (o  Meet  the  Challenge  at  Environmental  Change.  P™erttngsofteV 
International  Congress  of  Ecology,  2  Mo  26  August  1  994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom.  John  H.  Jallis,  Hazel  I. 
Noroiarv  and  Richard  A  Benlon,  editors,  p.  189.  1994,  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 


95-009226     Moloney,  Coleen  L;  John  Cooper;  Peter  G.  Ryan  and  W.  Roy  Siegfried. 

MODEL  TO  ASSESS  THE  IMPACT  OF  LONGLINE  FISHING  ON  WANDERING  ALBATROSS  DIOMEDEA 

fXUMWS  POPULATIONS,  Biot  Conserv.  70(3):  1  95-203.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Percy  FitzPalrick  Inst.  African  Ornithol.,  Univ.  Cape  Town,  Rondcbosch  7700,  South  Africa] 

95-009227  Murray  S.;  S.  Wanless  and  M.  P.  Harris.  THE  EFFECTS  OF  FIXED  SALMON  SALMO  SAIM  !  NETS 
ON  GUI  LLEMOT  LWM  MICE  AND  RAZORBILL  ALCA  TORDA  IN  NORTHEAST  SCOTLAND  IN  1  992,  B,ol. 
Conserv.  70(3):25  1  -256.  1  994.  FR  40(4) 

|Royal  Soc.  Prol.  Birds,  The  Lodge,  Sandy,  Bedfordshire,  SG19  2DL,  England] 

95-009229  Newman,  Stephen  J.  and  David  McB.  Williams.  MESH  SIZE  SELECTION  AND  DIEL  VARIABILITY 
IN  CATCH  OF  FISH  TRAPS  ON  THE  CENTRAL  GREAT  BARRIER  REEF,  AUSTRALIA:  A  PRELIMINARY 
INVESTIGATION.  Fish.  Res.  (AmsL)  23(3,4):237-253.  1995.  FR  40(4)  in,,v,BQ,7, 

[Australian  Inst.  Mar.  Sci.,  P.M.B.  No.  3,  Townsville  MC,  Qld.  4810,  Australia.  teh(077)789272, 
fax:(077)725852]  Data  for  28  species. 

95-009229  Schill,  Daniel  ).  and  Kennelh  F.  Beland.  ELECTROFISHING  INJURY  STUDIES.  Fisheries  (Bethesda) 
20(6}:28-29.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep,  Fish  &  Game,  600  S.  Walnut,  Box  25,  Boise,  ID  83707-0025.  tel:  2  08-4  65-8404] 

95-009230  Todd,  Gary  L.  A  LIGHTWEIGHT,  INCLINED-PLANE  TRAP  FOR  SAMPLING  SALMON  SMOLTS  IN 
RIVERS.  AlskFlsh.  Res.  Bull.  1(2)1168-1  75.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish  &  Game,  Commer.  Fish.  Manage.  &  Dev.  Div.,  3482B  Kalifornsky  Beach  Rd.,  Suite  B,  Soldotna, 
AK  99669] 

9S-OQ9231  Tsarin,  S,  A,  DETERMINATION  OF  THE  CATCHABILITY  COEFFICIENT  OF  MICRONEKTONIC 
FISF1ING  GEARJ.  Ichthyol.  35(2):1  20-127.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|lr>st,  Biol.  South.  Seas,  Ukrainian  Acad.  Sci.,  Sevastopol,  Ukraine] 

95-009232  Tsuruda,  Kazuhlro;  Takashi  Obuchi  and  Cunzo  Kawamura.  tME?H  SELECTIVITY  CURVES  FOR 
FLOUNDER  PARALICHJHYS  OLIVACEUS  TRAMMELNET.j  Nippon  5uisan  Gakkaishi  61(4).547-552.  UJb.  in 
Japanese  -wllh  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Fish.,  Kagoshima  Prefeclural  Fish.  Res.  Lab.,  Kinko,  Kagoshima  890,  Japan] 

95-00923  3     Van  der  Meer,  J,  ].  I).  Wltte  and  H.  W.  Van  der  Veer.  ™  SUIT^^^^ 

FISH  TRAP  FOR  THE  ASSESSMENT  OF  LONG-TERM  TRENDS  IN  FISH  AND  EPIBENTHIC  INVERTEBRATb 

POPULATlOl^fS.  fnv/ron.  Mon/t.  Assess.  36(2):1  39-1  48.  1995.  FR  40(4)  _ 

[Netherlands  Inst.  Sea  Res,  P.O.  Box  59,  1790  AB  Den  Burg,  Netherlands]  Data  for  31  spec.es  m  the 
Netherlands. 


1995 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

FISHING  GEAR  AND  7ICHNfQU«  (Continued) 

95-009234     Yalsu,  Akihiko;  Michael  Dahlberg  and  Skip  McKinnell.  EFFECT  OF  SOAKINr  IIVF  .' 

CATCH-PER-UNIT-EFFORTOFMAJORSPECIESTAKEN  IN THEJAPANESE SQUID  DRIFTNETFISHrHmii- 
Fish.  Res.  (Amst.)  23{l,2):23-35.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Res.  Inst.  Far  Seas  Fish.,  5-7-1,  Orido,  Shimizu-shi  424,  Japan]  firania  japanica,  Pentamoi  r^'- 
Thunnus  alalunga,  Piionace  %lauca,  and  iantna  ditropisin  the  North  Pacific  Ocean.  ^ 

FERTILIZATION  OF  SOIL  AND  WATER 

95-009235  Das,  R.  K.;  B.  N.  Saigal  and  V.  V.  Sugunan.  RESPONSE  OF  SOME  BACTERIA!  POI'UIATinv.- 
A  JUTE-RETTED  POND  UNDER  FISH  CULTURE./.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  17{1&2):14.  1905,  FMO{4} 

FISHWAYS,  FISH  PASSAGETHROUGH  DAMS,  ETC. 

95-009236  Adcfun,  Raymund,  FISHERMEN  DEPRIVED  OF  FISHING  GROUNDS  Asian  WahndKcn?  • '• 
1994.  FR  40(4)  '  "" 

95-009237  Chrislensen,  Brian,  PASSAGE  Of  NORTH  TEMPERATE  FISH  THROUGH  THE  COWAN  V- 
DENIL  FISHWAV.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Manitoba  (Canada)  153p.  1994.  From  Masters  Ahslr  Inl  Illllfli'iV 
l995.0r<ferNo.MAMM92135.FR40(4)  '  '  '  IJ'U>>-'- 

fsox  fticius,  Corfgonus  arterii,  C.  dupcaformis,  Catostomus  catostomus,  C.  commerwi/ii,  .iiul  Mir,--1-'- 
vitreum  in  Canada. 

95-009238  Clirislensen,  Pcler  J.  ,md  Rolf  G.  Wielick.  REROUTING  FISH  TRAFFIC'  IN  Tl  IE  COI  irww  if. 
BASIN.  Hydro  Rev.  14{4):96-102.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Sverdrup  Civii,  Inc.,  3300  Carillon  Point,  P.O.  Box  97062,  Kirkland,  WA  98083-9762,  tcl:20(>-&J2-J3-v» 

MATHEMATICS,  STATISTICAL  METHODS,  AND  MODELING 

95-009239     Allman,  Yu.  S.  and  A,  A.  Kozlov.  [CONCEPTION  OF  AUTOMATION  FOR  Tl![ 
STUDIES.]  In:  jPfinciples  of  fishery  Predicting  System.}  E.  G.  liakova,  editor,  p.  67-75,  206  I9JJ9 
EngJishsumm.HMQ(4) 

95-009240  Antcliffe,  Bonnie.  IMPACT  ASSESSMENT  AND  ENVIRONMENTALMONITORINC-niEROlf 
STATISTICAL  POWER  AND  DECISION  ANALYSIS,  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  129p  IW)  Fr 
Masters  A(JStr.rnt,33(2):500.  1995.  Orifer  No.  MAMM91 030.  FR  40(4) 

95-009241     Alran,  Steven  M.  and  Joseph   G.   Loesch.  AN  ANALYSIS  OF  WEEKLY  FLUCHIA1IOSJ  * 
CATCHA8ILITYCOEFHCIENTS.  U.S.  Nalt.  Mar.  Fish.  Serv.  Fish.  Bull.  93(3):562-S67.  1 995.  FR  40(4]        ' 

[Gulf  Mexico  Fish.  Manage.  Counc.,  540 1  W.  Kennedy  Blvd.,  Suile  33 1 ,  Tampa,  Ft  33609-24B6]  frtsr.^ 
tyrannus. 

95-0092-12     Bakov.i,  C.  G.,  editor.  [PRINCIPLES  OF  FISHERY  PREDICTING  SYSTEM,}  Atlantic  Rv  ton  fel 
Oceanogr.  (AtlanlNIRO),  (Kaliningrad,  Russia).  21  7p.  1989,  Papers  in  Russian  with  English  ,il 
Selecled  papers  fndexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Revie\v. 

95-009243     Benhamou,  Simon  and  Valerie  SGgiiinot.  HOW  TO  FIND  ONE'S  WAY  IN  THE 
PATH  INTEGRATION  MODELS.  /.  Theor.  Bio/.  1  74(4):463-466.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
(C.N.R.S.-LN.C.,  F-13402  Marseille  ccdex  20,  France] 

95-009244  Conrad,  Jon  M.  A  BIOECONOMIC  MODEL  OF  THE  PACIFIC  WHITING  Birfl  MM  f.i 
54(2/3):219-239.  1992.  FR  40{4) 

Metiuccius  productus  in  the  northeastern  Pacific  Ocean. 

95-009245  Demare,  David  Leon.  ECONOMIC  REGULATION  OP  NORTHERN  ONTARIO  INI  AND nHIK 
FOR  SUSTAINABLE  USE.  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Manitoba  (Canada)  2QQp.  1994.  From  Masters Altstr  Inl  mw 
1995.  Order  No.  MAMM92312.  FR  40(4)  ' 

95-009246  Dorovskikh,  R.  S.  [STUDY  OF  THE  TOTAL  ALLOWABLE  CATCH  (TAC)  ESTIMATrSACCL'IW 
FOR  SOME  FISH  SPECIES,)  In:  (Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System./  E.  G.  flafcova,  ctlHor.  |),  ISM5J,  J-: 
1 989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009247    Ervlk,  A.;  P,  K,  Hansen  and  A.  Stigcbrandt.  SAFEGUARDING  AQUACULTURE  PRODLiCTC'* 
THROUGH  .REGULATION  OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACT  (MOM).  Measures  for  SIKCCX  Abonni 
Contributions  Presented  at  till?  International  Conference  "Bordeaux  Aquaculture  '94,'  Bordeaux,  ItJKP.f-'y-.1- 
23-25,  1994.  f.  MuirandF.  Sow/a,  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.  Spec.  Publ.  No.  21.  p,  40-41.  l9W,fR*iVi 
[Inst.  Mar.  Res,,  Dep.  Aquacult.,  P.O.  Box  1 070,  N-5024  Bergen,  Norway] 

95-009248     Francis,  R,  I.  C,  C,  AN  ALTERNATIVE  MARK-RECAPTURE  ANALOGUE  OF  SCHNUrCSGBQifr  : 
MODEL,  fish.  Res.  (Amsl.)  23(1,2):95-t  11.1 995.  FR  40(4)  I 

[fish.  Res.  Cent.,  Minisl.  Agric.  &  Fish.,  Box  297,  Wellington,  New  Zealand) 

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95-005249  Frederick,  Shane  William.  DETERMINING  OPTIMAL  FISHERIES  HARVEST  POUCIES-  HOW 
MUCH  DOES  UNCERTAINTY  MATTER?  MS.  thesis,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  68p.  1 993.  From  Masters  Abstr. 
Int  33(2):452.  1 995.  Order  No.  MAMM91 1 75.  FR  40(4) 

95-009250  Freeman,  William  and  Jefferson  Fox.  ALAWAT:  A  SPATIALLY  ALLOCATED  WATERSHED  MODEL 
FOR  APPROXIMATING  STREAM,  SEDIMENT,  AND  POLLUTANT  FLOWS  IN  HAWAII,  USA  Environ  Mariaee 
19[4):5&7-577.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Fox:  Program  Environ.,  East-West  Cent.,  Honolulu,  HI  96848] 

95-009251  Ganguly,  S.  and  K.  S.  Chaudhuri.  REGULATION  OP  A  SINGLE-SPECIES  FISHERY  BY  TAXATION 
fcoJ.ModeM.  82(1}:51-&0.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Math.,  Jadavpur  Univ.,  Caltutta-700  032,  India] 

95-009252  Casyukov,  P.  S.  [CRITERIA  FOR  CHOICE  OF  THE  VIRTUAL  POPULATION  ANALYSIS  METHOD.] 
In:  [Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.]  E.  C.  Bakova,  editor,  p.  146-152,  210.  1989.  In  Russran  with  Enolisli 
!.umii>.  FR  40(4) 

Trachurus  capensis. 

95-009253  Geiger,  Harold  ].  A  BAYESIAN  APPROACI-I  FOR  ESTIMATING  HATCHERY  CONTRIBUTION  IN 
A  SERIES  OF  SALMON  FISHERIES.  Akk.  Fish.  Res.  Bull.  1(l):66-75.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

|Dep,  Fish  &  Game,  Commer.  Fish.  Manage,  &  Dev.  Div.,  P.O.  Box  25526,  Juncau,  AK  99002] 

95-009254     Hnrad.1,  Yasushi.  [MATHEMATICAL  STUDIES  ON  THE  MANAGEMENT  AND  THE  ECOLOGY  OF 
FISHERY  RESOURCES.]  Nippon  Sui'san  Cakkaishi  61(4):477-480.  1 995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 
[Fiic  Bioresour.,  Mie  Univ.  Kamihama,  Tsu,  Mie  514,  Japan] 

95-003255  Harlmann,  Jurgcn.  [REDUCED  EFFORT  FOR  DETERMINATION  OF  YEAR-CLASS  STRENGTH.] 
Oesle/r.  Ftsch.  48(7}:)6I-163.  1995.  In  German  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|li!st.  Seenfcwsch.,  Llntere  Seeslr.  81,  D-88085,  Langenargcn,  Germany]  Coregonus  lavnretus  .ind  Perca 
fiuviaiilis  in  Germany. 

95-009256  Miramahu,  Kazuhrko;  Tatsuro  Akamine  and  Shuichi  Kilada.  (EFFECTIVENESS  OF  PARTIAL 
LIKELIHOOD  ON  ESTIMATING  FISH  MORTALITY  RATES  FROM  TAG  RECOVERIES  AND  THE  STOCK 
COMPOSITION  IN  THE  MIXED  POPULATION  BASED  ON  GENETIC  DATA.|  Nippon  Suiwn  Cakkaishi 
6 1  (3):3B7-38fl,  1 995.  In  Japanese  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

|Njil.  Res.  Inst.  Far  Seas  Fish,,  Orido,  Shimizu,  Shizuoka  424,  Japan] 

95-009257  JorgGnsen,  Sven  Erik.  THL-  GROWTH  RATE  OP  ZOOPLANKTON  AT  THE  EDGC  OF  CHAOS- 
ECOLOGICAL  MODELS./.  7heor.  Biol.  175(1):13-21.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[DFH,  Insl.  A,  Environ.  Chem.,  University  Park  2,  2100  Copenhagen  O,  Denmark! 

95-009256  Kadtinlkov,  Yu.  V,  [PROBABILITY  STATISTICAL  MODELS  OF  FISHERY  PROCESSES  IN  THE 
SYSTEMS  OF  AUTOMATED  PLANNING  AND  PREDICTING  THE  EFFICIENCY  Of  FISHERY  COMPIF.XES 
OPERATION.]  In:  (Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.)  E.  C.  fiafcova,  editor,  p.  55-67,  206.  1989.  In  Russian 
with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-OOD259  Komarevtsev,  B.  I.  [ON  THE  PLANNING  DATA  COLLECTION  BASED  ON  MATRIX  OF  REl  ATIONS 
•GOALS-METHODS-INFORMATION."]  In:  [Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.]  5.  C.  Bakowa,  editor 
p.  160-1 85,  2 1 2.  1 989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ,  FR  40(4) 

95-0092&D  Koshkin,  V.  L.  and  S.  I.  Konovalenko.  [METHOD  FOR  INTERACTIVE  TREATMENTOF  BIOI  OGICAL 
ANALYSIS  DATA  IN  MONITORING  INFORMATIONAL-CALCULATION  SYSTEM,]  In:  [Principles  of  fishery 
Priding  System.}  C.  C  Bakova,  editor,  p.  28-34,  203-204.  1 9B9.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009261  Liaitg,  Zhenlln;  Tadashi  Tokai;  Ko  Matuda  and  Haruyuki  Kanehiro.  [PROPULSION  MECI-IANISM 
IN  flSII  DEHAVIOR  MODEL  FOR  TILAPIA.]  Nippon  Sulsan  Cakkalshl  61(3):375-379.  1995.  In  Japanese  with 
English  summ.  fR  40(4) 

|Dcp.  Mar.  Sci.  &  Teclinol,,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,  Mrnalo,  Tokyo  108,  Japan]  T/Vapw  mossambica. 

95-009262      Magnusson,   Kjartan  G.  AN  OVERVIEW  OF  THE  MULTISPECIES  VPA  •  THEORY  AND 
APPLICATIONS.  Rev.  Fish  Wot.  Fish.  5(2);195-212.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Sci,  lust,,  Univ.  Iceland,  Dimhaga  3,  107  Reykjavik,  Iceland] 

95-009263  MiUa,  P.  M.  and  H.  C.  Karmakar.  A  MULTIPLE  REGRESSION  MODEL  FOR  ESTIMATING  BODY 
WEIGHT  OF  MATURE  HtLSA  IUSHA  (HAMILTON),  /.  Inland  Fish.  Soc.  India  1 7(1&2):62-65.  1985.  FR  40(4) 

95-009264  Munro,  Gordon  R.  MATHEMATICAL  BIOECONOMICS  AND  THE  EVOLUTION  OF  MODERN 
FISHERIES  ECONOMICS.  Bull.  Math,  liiol.  54(2/3):163-184.  1992.  FR  40(4) 

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95-009365     Noskov,  A.  S.  [METHOD  OF  ESTIMATING  THE  NATURAL  MORTALITY  Or  FtSI  <ES 

RESEARCH  AND  INDUSTRIALCA1CHESDATA.|/n:/Princip/esofRs/ie/yPredic(/ng5yslemli'  C  Bshta  c 
p.  176-180,211,  1989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.FR  40(4)  '     '' 

95-009266     Oniori,  Koji.  THE  ADAPTIVE  SIGNIFICANCE  OF  A  LUNAR  OR  SEMI-LUNAR  REPRODUCE 
CYCLE  IN  MARINE  ANIMALS,  icol.  Model!.  R2(1);41-49.  1995.  PR  40(4) 
|  Dep.  Biol.,  Ehime  Univ.,  Bunkyo-clio  2-5,  Matsuyam.i,  Efiime  790,  Japan] 

95-009267  Qslrovsky,  Ilia.  THE  PARABOLIC  PATTERN  OF  ANIMAL  GROWTH"  DETERMINATION  Of 
EQUATION  PARAMETERS  AND  THEIR  TEMPERATURE  DEPENDENCIES.  Freshwater  Blol  31|JJ-3W-imw 
FR40H)  ' 

| Israel  Oceanogr,  £  Limnol.  Res.,  Yigat  Allon  Kinnerct  Limnol.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  345,  Tibi?ri;is  1410!  In* 
Oncoihynchus  nerka.  '     "' 

95-009268     Patterson,  K.  R.  and  G.  P.  Ktrkwood.  COMPARATIVE  PERFORMANCE  Of  AIWUV 
LAUREC-SHEPHERD  METHODS  FOR   ESTIMATING  FISH  POPULATION  PARAMETERS  AND  IN  SHXi 
MANAGEMENT.  Int.  Courrc.  Explor.  Sea  }.  Mai,  Set.  52(2):  1 83-1 96.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
ISOAFD  Mar.  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  101,  Victoria  Rd.,  Aberdeen  AB9  8DB,  Scotland] 

95.Q09269  Pennington,  Michael  and  Olav  Rune  Godo.  MEASURING  THE  EFFECT  Of  OI-MWEi^ 
CATCHABILITY  ON  THE  VARIANCE  OF  MARINE  SURVEY  ABUNDANCE  INDICES  Fish  Kn  (^ 
23(3,4):301-310.  1995.  FR -10(4) 

[NMFS,  Woods  Hole  Lab.,  Woods  Hole,  MA  02543J 

95-009270  Pfister,  Ciilherine  A.  ESTIMATING  COMPETITION  COEFFICIENTS  FROM  CENSUS  IWA-AIISI 
WITH  FIELD  MANIPULATIONS  OF  TIDEPOOL  FISHES.  Am.  Nat.  14G(2):271-291.  1995,  FR  4G|4) 

|Dep.  Ecol.  &  EvoL  Univ.  Chicago,  1 101  E.  S7lh  St.,  Illinois  60637]  Clinocoltus  gtobieeiw,  C.  cmto>u.vi,r; 
OJi'gocoiti/s  macu/osus  m  Washington, 

95-009271  hits,  S.  E.;  E.  V.  Schukina  and  L.  5.  Bukfakova,  (METHOD  OF  INTERACTIVE  CAI  (  Ul  A1ION  A' 
DEVELOPMENT  OF  AGE-LENGTH  KEYS  IN  THE  MONITORING  INFORMATIONAL-CAI.ail  ATK1N  SVil[w 
(MICS).]  In;  iPrmapfa  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.]  L  G.  liakovit,  editor,  p.  17-22,  20:i.  I  Ofl<J.  In  KuwjnV-t 
English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009272  Prils,  S.  E.;  T.  V.  Khromtsov.i  and  Z.  I.  Petkevilch.  [INTERACTIVE  CALCULATION  Ol:  CArCHW 
COMPOSITION  FOR  ESTIMATING  COMMERCIAL  FISH  STOCKS.]  In:  {Principles  offishciy  towtit  lh>S  5,v; : 
f.  G.  Bakova,  editor,  p.  22-23.  203.  1989.  In  Russian  with  English  snmm.  FR  40(4) 

95-009273  Reed,  William  J.  and  Hector  Echavarria  Floras.  THE  CONSERVATION  AND  I'XPI  OIM1IHSO 
VULNERABLE  RESOURCES.  Butt.  Math.  Bio!.  54(2/3):185-207.  1992.  FR  40(4) 

95-009274  Richards,  S.  A,;  H.  P.  Posslngham  and  B. ).  Noye.  LARVAL  DISPERSION  Al  ONC 1  A  MR^Jfl 
COAST  WITH  TIDAL  CURRENTS:  COMPLEX  DISTRIBUTION  PATTERNS  FROM  A  SIMPI.H  Mf  )NIl.M,i'  f.-' 
frog.  Set.  122(l-3):59-71.1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Appl.  Math.,  Univ.  Adelaide,  Adelaide,  S.A.  5005,  Australia] 

95-009275  Rivest,  Louis-Paul;  Francois  Potvfn;  Helene  Crepeau  and  Caelan  Daicb.  STATIST  K  :AI  Ml  m\* 
FOR  AERIAL  SURVEYS  USING  THE  DOUBLE-COUNT  TECHNIQUE  TO  CORRECT  VISIWU I Y  III  A*.  H™.;.-* 
5t(2):4&l-470.  1995,  In  English  with  French  summ.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Math.  &  Slat.,  Univ.  Lava!,  Cite  Universitaire,  PQ,  Canada  G1K  7P4] 

95-00927&     Snkurarrmio,  Kazurni.  A  METHOD  TO  ESTIMATE  RELATIVE   REOUITMI WF  FRO1' 
CATCH-AT-AGE  DATA  USING  FUZZY  CONTROL  TFIEORY.  Fish.  So.  63(3 ):401 -405.  1 W5.  I:K  'IO('I) 
[Dep.  Pish.  Resour.  Manage.,  Tokyo  Univ.  Fish.,  Konan,  Minato,  Tokyo  1 08,  Japan] 

95-009277     Shearer,  Karl  D.  THE  USE  OF  FACTORIAL  MODELING  TO  DETERMINE   TMC 
REQUIREMENTS  FOR  ESSENTIAL  ELEMENTS  IN  FISHES.  Aquacufture  133(1):57-72.  1995,  FR  -1D|.1J 
[NMFS,  NOAA,  Dep.  Commerce,  2725  Montlake  Blvd.  E.,  Seattle,  WA  981 1 2]  Data  for  1 1  spn  ii". 

95.009278    Silow,  E.  A.;  V.  J,  Gurman;  D.  J.  Stom;  D,  M.  Rosenraukh  and  V.  I.  Biilijrir>.  MATJIf.'-Hi 

MODELS  OF  LAKJ:  BAIKAL  ECOSYSTEM,  ECO/.  Mode/;.  8201:27-39. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Scl.  Res.  Insl.  Biolv  Irkutsk  State  Univ.,  P.O.  Box  24,  664003  Irkutsk,  Russia] 

95-009279     Sowa,  Scott  P.  PREDICTIVE  AND  DESCRIPTIVE  MULTIPLE  REGRESSION   MOIHU 
SMALLMOUTH  BASS  AND  LARGEMOUTH  BASS  IN  MISSOURI  OZARK  BORDER  STREAMS,  M.  S  ili^i  t 
Mo.  (Columbia)  1 45p.  1 993.  FR  40(4) 

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95-009360     Kondolf,  G.  Malhias.  LEARNING  FROM  STREAM  RESTORATION  PROJECTS 
Respect,  Rethink,  Restore.  Proceedings  of  (fie  Fifth  Biennial  Watershed  Management  Confeience    t 
November  I  (,-13,  1994.  Richard  R.  Harris,  Rick  Kattelmann,  Hannah  Kerner,  and  leff  Wofed  cditim  Hrr,    -i 
Water  Resour.  Cent.  Rep.  No.  86.  p.  107-110.  1995.  FR  40(4)  MIL*. 

|Dep.  Landsc.  Archil.,  Univ,  Calif.,  Berkeley  94720J 

95-009361      Kriksunov,  Ye.  A.  and  K.  M.  Mamfna.  EFFECT  OF  FLOWS  IN  THE  URAL  RIVER  ON  Rff  R<  IIIMFV 
OF  STELLATE  STURGEON,  ACIPENSER  STftMTUS.  I.  Ichthyol.  35(1  ):52-58.  1  995.  FR  40(4)        KU'HU"0 
[Biol.  Dep.,  Moscow  Slate  Univ.,  Atyrau  Oblast  Admin.  Ecol.  &  Biol.  Resour.,  Alyrau,  Russia) 

95-009362  Kristofferson,  H.  Keith.  THE  WALLEYE  SPORT  FISHERY  OF  THE  LOWER  RED  RtVEK  MS.  'lv 
Univ.  Manitoba  (Canada)  1S6p.  1994.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(3);854.  1995.  Order  No  MAMMWI'i 
FR4Q(4)  ' 

Stizosledion  vilreum  in  Cartada. 


95-009363     Kumar,  N.  BENTHIC  DIVERSITY  OF  GARHWAL  HIMALAYAN  HILLSTREAMS  IN 
THEIR  FISHERY  POTENTIAL.  INTELCOL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  to  Mod  the  ChaUenacotMw-* 
Change.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  August  1994   Manclipilw  lA" 
Kingdom.  John  H.  7affi%  Hazel  I  Norman,  and  Richard  A.  ISenton,  editors,  p.  1  92.  1  994.  Abstract  onlf.  f  R  &>, 

95-009364     Laal,  A.  K.;  S.  K.  Sarkar  and  A.  Sarkar.  ECOLOGY  AND  FISHERIES  Of  RIVER  G  \NGJU1 
BHAGAIPUR  (BIHAR),  ftoc.  Natl.  Symp.  fish  &  Environ.  1  986:51-55.  1  986.  FR  40(4) 


95-009365     Lamberti,  Gary  A.  and  Martin  0.  Berg.  INVERTEBRATES  AND  OTHER  BENTNIf  f[ATU^Ei>( 
DATORS  °r  ENVIRONMENTAL  CHANGE  IN  JUDAY  CREEK,  INDIANA.  Nat  Areasl.  1  5(3)i2«25».l«i 


[Dep.  Biol.  Sci,,  Univ.  Notre  Dame,  Notre  Dame,  IN  46556] 

95-0093&6     Larson,  Marii.  DEVELOPMENTS  IN  RIVER  AND  STREAM  RESTORATION  IN  GERMANY  Per* 
S  Manage.  Wotes  13(1  }:77-B3.  1995.  FR40(4j 

JBCS,  5}  Mason  St.,  Salem,  MA  02144.  tel:508-74M  166;  fax:508-741-3780; 


^and  Chr'S  Cl  W°°d'  REVIEW  OF  ^POSED  MECHANISMS  fOR 
SALMON  POPULATION  CYCLES  IN  THE  FRASER  RIVER.  Bull.  Math.  Biol.  54(2/3):241-26l    1992 
Oncorhynchus  nerka  in  Canada. 


a7™  TUC  ™     3nd  Karcl  Halacka'  ANGLERS'  CATCHES  AS  AN  INDICATOR  OF 

SIZE  OF  THE  NASE,  CHONDROS7OMA  NASUS.  Folia  Zoo/.  44(2);185-192.  1995  FR  40(4) 
[Inst.  Landscape  Ecol.,  Acad,  Sci.  Czech  Republic,  Kvotna  8,  603  65  Brno,  Czech  Republic] 


n™\ni  liSlSlS?,^  ^  R'chartf  L  Mayden'  A  DIVERSE  AND  ENDANGERED  AQUATIC  ECOSYSTE^ 
OFTHE  SOUTHEAST  UNITEOSTATES.CDnswv.  Bib/.  9(4):BOt>805.  1995.  In  English  wltliSpanishsuinfii.FRW 


.  .          . 

^.m1         -'i      °8Fan'»?T    BioL    Sd"    Box    870344,    Univ.    Ala.,    Tuscalnosa 
e-mail:clydear{J@3!ioloSy,as.ua.eduJ  Moxosioma  lacera  and  Fundulus  atbolineatus  in  Alabama. 

95-009370  Lyons  lohn;  Sonia  Navarro-Perez;  Philip  A.  Cochran;  Eduardo  Snntana  C.  and  Mr/rf 
SF  \™  °cV  ^KDJJ,SFr  ^'°TIC  INTEGRITY  BASED  ON  FISH  ASSEMBLAGES  FOR  THE  C:O^^SERVf^TO^ 
Spanilh^mm  FR40.uT  WEST-CENTRAL  MEXICO.  Consent.  Biol.  9(3):569.584.  1995,  In  l^hv."t 

spede5P'  Na*'  ReS°Ur"  135°  Femr'le  Df"  Monona'  Wl  5371  6-  e-mall:lyonsJ®dnmiaf.drtf.wlsL-,Bav|  Data  f«  i) 

?l^r?«\w  n^n^^i'nS8^1*^1101^5  °F  RSH  COMMUNITY  STRUCTURE  AND  REITOUCTM 
SUCCESS  IN  FLOODED  TERRESTRIAL  AREAS  DURING  AN  EXTREME  FLOOD  ON  THE  LOWER  IIUN06 
c    RBS°urce  Monitoring  Program  1993  Flood  Observations.  National  B/otog/Ciil  Swwrf,  J.Voi 
-rJ'  ^DeP^Cnwifo/Matura/  Resources,  and  Wisconsin  Department  of  Nniwat  BcHK-vra 
g  Term  Resour.  MoniL  Program)  Spec.  PubL  94-SO1  1  :95-1  15  1  994  FR  40(4) 

for  49  species  Stool"8  Tmn  ReS°Ur'  M°ni''  Pr°8ram  P°°'  2&  F'e'd  Sln"  41  34  ^  5|"  Allon'  IL  62002I  Ort 


c™  CHEIvtlCAL  VIEW  OF  GROWING  SURROUNDINGS  Of  SALMON 

F°?ESTSP  PRI^ARY  PRODUCTIVITY  IN  COASTAL  WATERS.]  SpedribiuP^^nw 

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|Dep,  Chem.,  Fac.  Fish.,  Hokkaido  Univ.,  Hakodate  041Japan] 

95-009373     Maxwell  Jessica.  SWIMMING  WITH  SALMON.  Nat.  Hist,  104(9):26-39.  1995. 
Oncorhynchus  in  the  norlhweslem  United  Stales. 


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95-009374     McAdoo,  Lewis  M.  A  CIS  MODEL  OF  AQUATIC  BIOTIC  INTEGRITY  AND  LAND  USE  IN  THE 

CLINCH  RIVER  SYSTEM,  M.S.  thesis,  Term.  Techno/.  Univ.  1 24p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009375  Morin,  Roderick  and  Robert  ].  Nalman.  THE  RELATION  OF  STREAM  ORDER  TO  FISH 
COMMUNITY  DYNAMICS  IN  BOREAL  FOREST  WATERSHEDS.  Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters 
Related  la  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in 
todz,  Poland,  23-26  August,  1 988.  lohn  Thorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hycirobiol.  37(  1  -2):1 35-1 50.  1 990.  FR  40(4) 

95-009376  Muhar,  S.;  S.  Schmulz  and  M.  Jungwlrth.  RIVER  RESTORATION  CONCEPTS  -  GOALS  AND 
PERSPECTIVES.  TJre  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Hcotones  for  Freshwater  fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-Term  Meeting 
of  fl!W£,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  31 -September  2,  1992.  F.  Schiemer,  M.  Zalewski,  and  I.  E.  Thorpe,  editors. 
Hydmbtotoya  303(1-3):183-194.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Hydrobiol.,  Fish.  &  Aquacult.,  Slate  Univ.  Agric.,  Vienna,  Austria] 

95-009377  Nehring,  R.  B.  FISH  FLOW  INVESTIGATIONS.  Colo.  Div.  Wildl.  Res.  Rev.  No.  2,  p.  40-42,  1993. 
FR  40(4) 

Sslrno  irutta  in  Colorado. 

95-009378  Nehririg,  R.  B.  WILD  TROUT  INTRODUCTIONS,  Goto.  Div,  Wildl.  Res.  Rev.  No.  2.  p.  42-44. 1993. 
FR  40(4) 

Qncorhyncbus  mykiss  in  Colorado. 

95-009379     O'Crady,  M.  THE  ENI-IANCEMENT  OF  SALMONID  RIVERS  IN  THE  REPUBLIC  OF  IRELAND,  I. 
fast  Water  Environ.  Manage.  9(2):164-172,  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Cent.  Fish.  Board,  Dublin,  Ireland]  5a/mo  trutta  and  S.  salar. 

95-009380  Penczak,  Tadcusz;  Wanda  Galicka;  Lukasz  Glowacki  and  Henryk  Koszalinski.  FISH  STOCKS  IN 
THE  WARTA  RIVER:  CONTINUED  POST-IMPOUNDMENT  STUDY  (1990-1992).  Coarse  Fish  Ecology:  Fourth 
international  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Pultusk,  Poland,  23-26  June,  1993.  David  M. 
Haipet,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  41(3):347-363.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Ecol,  &  Verlebr.  Zool.,  Univ.  Lodz,  Banacha  12/16,  90-237  Lodz,  Poland] 

95-009381  Penczak,  Tadeusz  and  Richard  H,  K.  Mann.  THE  IMPACT  OF  STREAM  ORDER  ON  FISH 
POPULATIONS  IN  THE  PI1.ICA  DRAINAGE  BASIN,  POLAND.  Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters 
floated  to  River  Longitudinal  Patterns:  Second  International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in 
Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August  7988.  lohn  Thorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37(1-2):243-261.  1990.  In  English 
with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-001)382     Pcnezak,  Tadeusz.  EFFECTS  OF  REMOVAL  AND  REGENERATION  OF  BANKSIDE  VEGETATION 
ON  FISH  POPULATtON  DYNAMICS  IN  THE  WARTA  RIVER,  POLAND.  The  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial 
tcotories  for  freshwater  Fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-Term  Meeting  ofFLIWE,  Held  in  iunz,  Austria,  August  3 1 -September 
2.  1992.  F,  Sdifemer,  M.  Zalewski,  and  I.  E.  Thorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiologia  303(1-3):207-210.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Dep.  Ecol.  &  Verlebr.  Zool,,  Univ.  Lodz,  1 2/1 6  Banacha  Sir.,  90-237  Lodz,  Poland] 

95-009333  Piszczck,  Paul  P.  AN  ASSESSMENT  OF  TROUT  POPULATIONS  AND  WATER  CHEMISTRY  IN 
STREAMS  RECEIVING  ACIDIC  DEPOSITION  IN  GREAT  SMOKY  MOUNTAINS  NATIONAL  PARK.  M.S.  thesis, 
Jcnn.  Techno!.  Univ.  76p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009384  Pilchford,  Gregory  Duane.  WARMWATER  STREAM  HABITAT  IMPROVEMENT  EFFORTS  IN 
HINKSGN  CREEK,  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Mo.  (Columbia)  1 65p.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

Ictalurus  punctaius,  Lepomis  cyanellus,  and  Microplerus  salmoides  in  Missouri. 

95-009385  Power,  G.  and  M.  Power.  ECOTONES  AND  FLUVIAL  REGIMES  IN  ARCTIC  LOTIC 
ENVIRONMENTS.  The  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Ecotones  for  Freshwater  Fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-Term 
Meeting  ofFLIWE,  Held  in  lunz,  Austria,  August  3  /-September  2,  1  992.  F.  Schicmer,  M.  Zalewski,  and  I.  E.  Thorpe, 
editors.  Hydrobtologia  303(1-3):11 1-124.  1995.  FR40(4) 

|Dep.  Giol.,  Univ.  Waterloo,  Waterloo,  ON,  Canada  N2L  3G1] 

95-009306  Prach,  Karat  editor.  SIXTH  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON  REGULATED  STREAMS,  CESKE 
BUDEJOVICE,  CZECH  REPUBLIC,  3-6'AUGUST  1994.  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  10(2-4):69-391.  1995. 
FR  40(4) 

[Fac.  Biol,  Univ.  S.  Bohemia  &  Insl.  Bol.,  Czech  Acad.  Sci.,  Ceske  Budejovice,  Czech  Republic]  Selected 
papers  indexed  in  this  Issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009387     Przybylskl,  Miroslaw.  ARE  THE  FISH  COMMUNITIES  PERSISTENT  AND  STABLE  IN  EUROPEAN 
RIVERS?  Coarse  Fish  Ecology:  Fourth  International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Puttusk, 
Poland,  23-26  tune,  1993.  David  M.  Harper,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydmbiot.  41  (3):3G5-375.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 
JDep.  Ecol.  &  Vertebr.  Zool.,  Univ.  Lodz,  12/16  Banacha  Sir,,  90-237  Lodz,  Poland! 


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ICcop.  F,sh  ft  W,ldl.  Res.  Unit,  Schocl  Na..  R«our,  UnfcMo,  I^Stephels  S,  ColJS!  6521^ 

(Cent  Streamside  Studies,  AR-10,  Univ.  Wash  ,  Seattle  98195] 
[Dep.  Biol.,  Univ.  N.D,,  Grand  Forks  58202-9019] 


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AND  SANNE  S^vRATrn^^?^1^^575'  ESCAPEMENTS,  MIGRATOfiV 
fish.  to.  Bu//.  1(1);1™1994  FR  40(4)  SALM°N  STOCKS  IN  S°UTHEAST  AUSKA.  AW. 


95  OO  - 

RESTORATION  WTHrSTONErWEiRSS  S?^^  ^c  C°0per'  'NC'SED  STREAM  PHYSICAL  HABITAT 
Czech  Republic,  3-6  August  JQ9<Ll  fp,!rh  f  '"'JWpoMm  on  Regulated  Streams,  Cesto  Butteio^ 
FR40{4)  'JDflU8usf  ™.  to'*'  Ptach,  editor.  KeguL  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  tO[2-4):18M9B.W 

forSspeDc£^Mis'su£iReS-  ^  ^  SBdim«™'<>n  Lab,  P.O.  Box  n  57,  Oxford,  MS  3.655-1  157|0,U 


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IPtanning  Div   HoktaS,,  sa'ln»™  M=  t   r  t  ;  Pape'S  rn  )apanese  wilh  E"8«*  summ.  or  English.  FR  40(4) 
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95-009-101  Spindter,  Thomas.  THE  INFLUENCE  OF  HIGH  WATERS  ON  STREAM  FISH  POPULATIONS  IN 
REGULATED  RIVERS.  T/ie  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Ecotones  for  Freshwater  Fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-Term 
Meeting  ofFUWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  31 -September  2,  1992.  F.  Schicmer,M.  Zalewski,andl.  f.  Thorpe, 
editors.  Hydrobiofogia  303(1-3):159-161.  1995.  FR -10(4) 

[Fish.  &  Freshwater  Ecol.,  Unterolberndorf  93,  A-21 23  Kreuttal,  Austria!  Blicca  bjoerkna  in  Austria. 

95-009402  Stanley,  Jon  C.  and  Joan  G.  Trial.  HABITAT  SUITABILITY  INDEX  MODELS:  NONMIGRATORY 
FRESHWATER  LIFE  STAGES  Of  ATLANTIC  SALMON.  US.  Natl.  Bio/.  Sun/.,  Biol.  Sd.  Rep.  No.  3.  19p.  1995- 
FR  40(4) 

[Sch.  Nat.  Resour.  &  Environ.,  Univ.  Mich.,  Ann  Arbor  48109-1 1 15]  Sa/mo  salar. 

95-009403  Taccogna,  Gary  Scolt.  THE  ECONOMIC  VALUE  OF  RECREATION  IN  THE  SEYMOUR  RIVER 
CORRIDOR:  A  COMPARISON  OF  DEVELOPED  AND  PROTECTED  RIVER  REACHES  USING  THE  TRAVEL 
COST  METHOD.  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  Frascr  Univ.  (Canada)  80p.  1993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(2):422.  1995. 
Order  No.  MAMM91305.  FR  40(4) 

95-009404  Taylor,  Greg.  PROPOSAL  FOR  A  NEW  MANAGEMENT  REGIME  FOR  THE  SKEENA  RIVER.  M.S. 
ihesk,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  14Bp.  1993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(2):507.  1995.  Order  No. 
MAMM9!32I.FR40(4) 

Qncorhynchus  in  Canada. 

95-009405  Terlizzi,  Daniel  E.;  Ronald  ).  Klauda  and  Frances  P,  Cresswell.  DEVELOPMENT  OF  A  REGIONAL 
POLICY  FOR  THE  PREVENTION  AND  CONTROL  OH  NONNATIVE  AQUATIC  SPECIES:  THE  CHESAPEAKE 
BASIN  EXPERIENCE.  Uses  and  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosystems:  Proceedings  of  the  International 
Symposium  and  Workshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-17  March  1994.  Harold  L  Schramm  jr.  and 
KobettG.  Piper,  editors.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.  Symp.  No.  15.  p.  580-581.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|NOAA,  Univ.  MrJ.  Sea  Grant  Ext.,  Chesapeake  Bay  Program  Off.,  410  Seven  Ave.,  Suite  107-A,  Annapolis 
2 1 401  ]  Ctenopharyngoflon  idella  in  Maryland. 

95-009106  Thorpe,  John,  editor.  FISH  COMMUNITIES  AND  POPULATION  PARAMETERS  RELATED  TO 
RIVER  LONGITUDINAL  PATTERNS:  SECOND  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON  THE  ECOLOGY  OF 
FLUVIAt.  FISHES,  HELD  IN  LODZ,  POLAND,  23-26  AUGUST,  1988.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiol.  37{1-2):1-284.  1990. 
FR  4QJ4) 

Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

95-009407  Ulricli,  S.-P.  INTERACTIONS  BETWEEN  INUNDATED  FORESTS  AND  FISH  COMMUNITIES  IN 
AMAZONIA.  INTELCOL  Manchester  1 994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings 
of  the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  2 1  to  26  August  1  99'?,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom.  John  H.  Tallis, 
Hazel  I.  Norman,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  153.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

Pygocenirtis  nattercri,  Serntsntmus  serrulatus,  i'terygoplichihys  multiradiattis,  and  Ceop/i<igi/s  a/f/frons  m  the 
Amazon  River  basin. 

95-00940B  Vadas,  Robert  L,  Jr.  HABITAT  TOOLS  FOR  ASSESSING  INSTREAM-FLOW  NEEDS  FOR  FISHES  IN 
THE  UPPER  ROANOKE  RIVER,  VIRGINIA.  Ph.D.  dissertation,  Vs.  Polyiech.  Ins!.  &  Stale  Univ.  346p.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009409     Wanzenbock,  Josef  and  Katalin  Kereszlessy.  ZONATION  OF  A  LENTIC  ECOTONE  AND  ITS 
CORRESPONDENCE  TO  LIFE  HISTORY  STRATEGIES  IN  FISH,  The  Importance  of  Aquatic-terrestrial  Ecotones 
lor  Freshwater  Fish:  Results  of  a  Mid-Term  Meeting  ofFLIWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  3  J-Seplember  2,  t992. 
!.  Schiemcr,  M.  Zalcwski,  and  I.  E.  Thorpe,  editors.  Hydrobiologia  303(1 -3):247-255.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[fust.  Zaol.,  Univ.  Vienna,  Althanstr.  14,  A-1 090  Wien,  Austria)  Data  for  26  species  in  Hungary. 

95-009410     Ward, ).  V.  nnd).  A.  Stanford.  THE  SERIAL  DISCONTINUITY  CONCEPT:  EXTENDING  THE  MODEL 
TO  fLOODPLAIN  RIVERS.  Sixth  International  Symposium  on  Regulated  Streams,  Ceske  Budejovice,  Czech 
Republic,  3-&Augusl  7994.  Karel  Prach,  editor.  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  10(2-4):159-168.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
|Dcp.  Biol.,  Cofo.  State  Univ.,  Fort  Collins  80523) 

95-009411  Wood,  Wendell.  A  RESTORATION  SCENARIO  FOR  THE  KLAMATH  RIVER  BASIN.  Restor.  & 
Manage.  Notes  13(l):S8-59. 1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Nal.  Resour.  Counc.,  P.O.  Box  667,  Chiloquin,  OR  97601.  tel:503-885-4886] 

95  00941 2  Zalcwski,  M,;  J.  Thorpe;  P,  Frankiewicz;  W.  Puchalski;  B.  Bis;  M.  Nowak  and  R.  Grzelachowska. 
THE  EFFECT  OF  ECOTONE  COMPLEXITY  ON  FOOD  WEB  AND  FISH  COMMUNITY  DYNAMICS  IN  A 
HEADWATER  STREAM.  Proceedings  of  the  International  Workshop  on  the  Ecology  and  Management  of 
Aquatic-Tetrestrial  Ecotones,  February  14-19,  1994,  University  of  Washington,  Seattle.  G.  Lee  Link  nnd  Robert  /. 
ttafman,  compilers,  p.  147. 1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
|Oep.  Appf.  Ecol,,  Univ,  Lodz,  Lodz,  Poland! 

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_^^k^AGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 
STRUCTURE  AND  DYNAMICS  OF  FIMi'rn^'^'i'iP51'1™  '''"^kylski;  Jerzy  Banbura  and  Ma\gorza\a  He,.-,-. 
ABIOTIC-BIOTIC  REGULATORY  CONTINUUM Mr^N'TJESpTIN,TEMPERATf;  R'VERS  IN  RELATION  TOlI 
Related  to  River  ioitgituclinal  Patterns' Seen    It  .    LtPT.  Fish  Communities  ant!  Population  PanT?: 

tod/,  Poland,  23-26  August  1 988  Inhn  T/ ,     "me™'1"o;7' ^Symposium  on  l/ie  Ecology  of  fluv'^f  fi^het  Hey 
with  Polish  summ.  FR  40(4}  'Jf?'        °r  ™'-  ^fc/1'  Hydrobiot.  37(I-2):15I-1  76,  199ainEr^ 


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RESEARCH 

MALL-scALE/Mu  TIGEA?AND™^  MAIAYSIA:  A  CHARACTFKIM 

23{3,4):267.281.  1995.  FR  40(4)  MULT'SPECIESARTISANAL  FISHERY  INTHETROPICS.ft5/i.  Re,fAr. 


FAUNA.  T^e  "!,^^  EFFECTS  'N  RESERVOIRS  ON  THE  FI9 

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LARGE  IMPOUNDMENT  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 

95-009425     Volodfn,  V.  M.  ant)  Z.  A.  Raspopova.  STOCKS  AND  REPRODUCTIVE  POTENTIAL  OF  SOMF 

fiSHES  IN  THE  SHEKSNA  REACH  OF  RYBINSK  RESERVOIR./,  tchlhyol.  34(9):100-1  10.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Insl.  Inland  Waters  Biol.,  Russran  Acad.  Sci.,  Borok,  Yaroslavl  Oblast,  Russia]  Abramis  and  Lota  lota  in  Russia. 

95-009426  Zalewskf,  M.;  P.  Frankiewicz  and  M.  Nowak.  BIOMANIPULATION  BY  ECOTONE  MANAGEMENT 
EN  A  IOWLAMD  RESERVOIR.  T/ie  Importance  of  Aquatic-Terrestrial  Ecotones  for  Freshwater  Fish-  Results  of  a 
Mid-Term  Meeting  ofFLIWE,  Held  in  Lunz,  Austria,  August  3  /-September  2,  1  992.  F.  Schiemer  M  Zalewski  and 
f  f.  Thorpe,  editors.  Hydrobfologia  303(1-3):49-60.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Appl.  Ecol.,  Univ.  Lodz,  Poland]  Perca  fluviatilis  and  Rutilus  rutilus  in  Poland. 

ESTUARV  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH 

55*09427  Almeida,  Armando  ].  [MACROFAUNA  OF  ZOSTERACEA  BEDS  AND  ITS  IMPORTANCE  IN  THE 
CONSERVATION  OFTHE  MARINE  ENVIRONMENT.]  In:  Professor  Cermano  da  Fonseca  Sacarrao  (191  4-1992) 
Papers  in  Homage.  Carlos  Almaca,  editor,  p.  125-144.  1994.  In  Portuguese  wilh  English  surnm.  FR  40(4) 

|Lab.  MariL  Gura  (IMAR),  P-2750  Cascais,  Portugal]  Diplodus  vulgans,  Boops  boops,  Punta&o  puntazzo,  and 
dila  for  44  olher  species  in  Portugal. 

95-009428     Batnes,    R.  S.   K.  THE  BRACKISH-WATER  FAUNA  OF  NORTHWESTERN  EUROPE'  AN 
IDENTIFICATION  GUIDE  TO  BRACKISH-WATER  HABITATS,  ECOLOGY  AND  MACROFAUNA  FOR  FIELD 
WORKERS,  NATURALISTS  AND  STUDENTS.  Cambridge  Univ.  Press  287p.  1  994.  Available  at  $64  95  (cloth' 
ISBN  0-521-45529-4)  and  $24.95  (paper;  ISBN  0-521-45556-1)  from  Cambridge  Univ.  Press,  40  W  20Ih  St 
New  York,  NY  1001  1.  FR  40(4) 

|Dej),  Zoo!.  &  St.  Catharine's  Coll.,  Univ.  Cambridge,  Cambridge,  England]  Dala  for  33  species. 

95OQ9-129  Garros,  Nelio  B.  and  Daniel  K,  Odell.  BOTTLENOSE  DOLPHIN  FEEDING  AND  INTERACTIONS 
WIFH  FISHERIES  IN  THE  INDPAN  RIVER  LAGOON  SYSTEM,  FLORIDA.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  River  Lagoon: 
A  Conference  Held  in  Fort  Pierce,  Florida,  February  15-16.  1994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  era/.,  coordinators.  Bull  Mar. 
In.  S7j  J):27B-279.  (995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

{Hubbs-Sca  World  Res.  Inst.,  P.O.  Box  691602,  Orlando,  FL  32869-1602|  Cynoscfon  nebulosus,  Bairdiella 
(hrysoura,  Muglt  cephatus,  Micropogonias  umlulatus,  and  data  for  six  other  species  in  Florida. 

95-009430  Bennett,  William  A.;  David  J.  Ostrach  and  David  E.  Hinlon.  LARVAL  STRIPED  BASS  CONDITION 
IN  A  DROUGHT-STRICKEN  ESTUARY:  EVALUATING  PELAGIC  FOOD-WEB  LIMITATION,  Ecol.  Appl. 
5(3}:&80-692.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(BorJega  Mar.  Lab.,  Univ.  Calif.,  P.O.  Box  247,  Bodega  Bay  94923]  Morone  saxat///s  in  California. 

95-009431  Davenport,  John  and  others,  THE  MARINE  ECOLOGY  OF  THE  LACUNA  SAN  RAFAEL 
(SOUTHERN  CHILE):  ICE  SCOUR  AND  OPPORTUNISM.  EsruarfneCoasia/5/te/fSc/.  41(1  ):2t-37.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Univ.  Mar.  Biol.  Stn.,  Millporl,  Isle  of  Cumbrae  KA20  DEC,  Scotland)  Notothenia  tessellals  and  Eleginops 


95OG94J2  De  Freeso,  Dunne  E.  LAND  ACQUISITION;  ATOOL  FOR  BIOLOGICAL  DIVERSITY  PROTECTION 
DM  Tr  IE  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON,  FLORIDA.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Held  in  Fort 
Fierce,  ttosida,  February  15-16,  1994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  et  al,  coordinators.  Bull.  Mar.  Sci.  57(1):14-27.  1995. 
ER40(4) 

(Environ.  Endangered  lands  Program,  Brevard  Cty.,  Nat.  Resour.  Manage.  Div.,  2725  St.  Johns  St.,  Bldg.  B, 
Melbourne,  Fl  32940.  lel:407-633-2016;  fax:407-633-2029] 

^5009-133  deFur,  Peter  L.  and  Douglas  N.  Rader.  AQUACULTURE  IN  ESTUARIES:  FEAST  OR  FAMINE? 
Dedicated  Issue:  Trie  Effects  of  Atjuaculture  In  Estuarine  Environments.  Robert  W.  Hastings  and  Donald  R.  Heinle. 
cfganiiers.  Estuaries  MHlA}:2-9.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Environ.  Defense  Fund,,  1075  Connecticut  Ave.,  NW,  Suite  1016,  Washington,  DC  20009) 

95-009434  Heymans,  J.  J.  and  D.  Baird,  ENERGY  FLOW  IN  THE  KROMME  ESTUARINE  ECOSYSTEM,  ST. 
FRANCIS  BAY,  SOUTH  AFRICA,  fsfuarfne  Coastal  Shelf  Sci.  41(1):39-59.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Zool.  Ocr>.,  Univ.  Port  Elizabeth,  P.O.  Box  1  600,  Porl  Elizabeth,  South  Africa)  Dala  for  21  species. 

95-O09435  Hfnkle,  C.  Ross,  BIOLOGICAL  DIVERSITY  AS  AN  ORGANIZING  THEME  FOR  MAINTENANCE 
OF  ENVIRONMENTAL  STABILITY  -  A  MODEL  FROM  JOHN  T.  KENNEDY  SPACE  CENTER.  Biodiversity  of  the 
frtfian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Held  in  Fort  Pierce,  Florida,  February  15-16.  1994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  et  al., 
coordinators.  Bull.  Mar.  Sci.  57(1):281.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4} 

(Dynamac  Corp.,  Mail  Code  DYN-2,  John  F.  Kennedy  Space  Cent,,  FL  32899.  tel:407-853-3281; 


95-009436     fetilkawa,  Satoslii;  Htoaki  Hashimoto  and  Kenji  Gushima.  INCIDENTAL  CATCH  OF  SARDINES  BY 
THE  SEINE  FISHERY  IN  HIROSHIMA  BAY.  Fish.  Sci.  61{3):523-524.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Lsb.  Fish.  Bfo|.,  Fac.  Appl.  Brol.  Sci,,  Hiroshima  Univ.,  Higashi-Hiroshima,  Hiroshima  724,  Japan]  Sardmops 
sjgax  and  Cngraufis  japonicus  in  Japan. 

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IWoodward-Clyde  Consult.,  3676  Harlsfield  Rd.,  Tallahassee,  FL  32303] 


[Acad.  Nat.  Sci.,  Philadelphia,  PA] 


ffil  Scu^Sff  AN  EVALUAT|ON  OF  THE  POTENTIAL  FOR  INFILLING 

I      n        »      r  IN  L,OUJSI^A  COASTAL  MARSHES.  Wel/ands  15(2):149-isa  199S.rR^D(4) 

[La.  Univ.  Mar.  Consoitium,  Chauvin  70344] 

INTEGRATED  ECOSYSTEM  RESTORATION.  Restor.  &  Manage.  Noiw  13(1):53-57.  IMS. 
'  P'°'  B°X  S41?'  Charleston,  OR  97420.  tel:503.0flS.555S; 


WATER  LAKE' 
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fr.  tot  Pierce,  Florida,  feb,^  ,Tl6  W«  ^(O°^fod'ms^of'fte  "^«'^iagoonM  Ccnfoencelfey 
Absiraci  only.  FR  Jo(4)  ^  M'  5wa'a  et  a'"  coor^ato«.  Buff.  M^.  Set  57(  I  ):2e-l.  I  Mi 


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TAe  FCfecfs  ofytouaoiAurefr,  fl  ^J  ^°RTHWESTESJUARIES:  SCALES  OF  DISTURBANCE.  DPr/r 
Esl^ries  18(lA);437a  (995  FR  4o(4)  £nvwon/nen&  Rofaer(  ^  Hastfngs  and  Dona/d  ft  Hc/nfe, 
|Wa,landEcoSysl,Team,Sch.nSh,WH-,0,  Univ.  Wash, 


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fort  Pietce,  Florida,  February  15-16  1  9U  w;  rL  ?orf'.vers'^  °r  (/je  '™fc">  «'Ver  tagoon;  /\  Conference  Ittld  n 
Abstract  only.  FR  40(4}  ltfJ4-H"af>'M.Swajn,eta/.,coorc//na(ors.  Bu//.Mar.  ScA  57(1):284-?05,  19*5- 


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95-0094-19     Swain,  Hilary  M.  RECONCILING  RARITY  AND  REPRESENTATION:  AREVIEWOF  LISTED  SPECIES 
IN  THE  SNDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Held  in  Fort  !  ferce 
ff-fida  February  [5-16,  J994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  eta/.,  coordinators.  Bull.  Mar.  Sci.  57{1):252-266.  1915.  FR  40(4) 
IDep  Biol  Sci    Fla  Inst.Technol.,  150W.  Universily  Blvd.,  Melbourne  32901-6988]>\dpenseroxyr[iynchus, 
moniicok  Awaous  tajasica,  Cenlropomus  undedmalis,   Gobiomorus  dorm/lor,  Cofa/oneffus 
5,  fiivuJus  nwmoratus,  and  Microphis  btachyurus  tinealus  in  Florid.1. 


93-009450  Swain,  Hilary  M.,  et  al.,  coordinators.  BIODIVERSITY  OF  THE  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON:  A 
CONFERENCE  H£ID  IN  FORT  PIERCE,  FLORIDA,  FEBRUARY  15-16,  1994.  Buff.  Mar.  Sci.  57(1):l-292.  19[Jj. 

|Fla.  Insl.  Tecrmol,,  pep.  Biol.  Sci.,  150  W.  Universily  Blvd.,  Melbourne  32901-6988]  Selected  papers  and 
abslracls  indexed  in  this-  issue  of  fisheries  Review. 

95-009451  Taylor,  D.  Scott;  William  P.  Davis  and  Bruce  ).  Turner,  RIVUIUS  MARMORATUS:  ECOLOGY  OF 
DISTRIBUTIONAL  PATTERNS  IN  FLORIDA  AND  THE  CENTRAL  INDIAN  RIVER  LAGOON.  Biodiversity  of  the 
Indian  River  Lagoon:  A  Conference  Held  in  Fort  Pierce,  Florida,  February  15-16,  1994.  /-Wary  M.  Swam,  el  a/, 
coordinators.  Bull,  Mar.  Sci  57(1):202-207.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|6revard  Mosquito  Control  Dist.  &  Fla.  Inst.  Technol.,  2870  Greenbrooke  St.,  Valkana  32950] 

95005452  War>S,  Shyh-Bin  and  Edward  D.  Houde.  DISTRIBUTION,  RELATIVE  ABUNDANCE,  BIOMASS  AND 
PRODUCTION  OF  BAY  ANCHOVY  ANCHOA  MITCHILU  IN  THE  CHESAPEAKE  BAY.  Mar.  fco/.  Prog.  ier. 
12  10-3>:27-38.  1995.  FR  40(4)  ,,,„<,! 

[Dep.  Mar.  Sci.,  Univ.  S.  Ala.,  Dauphin  Island  Sea  Lab.,  P.O.  Box  369-370,  Dauphin  Island  36528] 

95-009453  Whilfiekl,  Alan  K.  THREATENED  FISHES  OF  THE  WORLD:  SYNGNATHUS  WAURMM.RI  SMITH, 
1963  [SVNGNATIIIDAE).  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(2}:152.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

If.L.B.  Smilh  Insl.  Ichlhyol.,  Private  Bag  1015,  Grahamsiown  6140,  South  Africa] 

MARINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  lf~^nv  CT*Tc»rMT 

95-009154  Adam,  Gordon.  FISHERIES  AND  THE  ENVIRONMENT:  INTRODUCTORY  STATEMENT. 
fnvrranfiienul  Perspectives  for  the  Northern  Seas:  Proceedings  of  Environment  Northern  Seas  93,  /-  leld  in 
Stavzngar,  Norway,  24  to  27  August,  1993.  Mike  Elliott  and  lean-Paul  Ducroloy,  editors.  Mar.  Pollut.  Bull. 
29|6-12):517-S19.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[  1  0  Coach  Rd.,  Wallsend,  Tyne  &  Wear  NE2B  6]A,  England] 

95-009455  Adams,  Pelor  B.;  John  L  Butler;  Charles  H.  Baxter;  Thomas  E.  Laidig;  ^/herine  A  Dahlin  and  W^ 
Waldo  Wakefldd.  POPULATION  ESTIMATES  OF  PACIFiC  COASTAL  GROUNDFiSHES  FROM  VIDEO 
TRANSECTS  AND  SWEPT-AREA  TRAWLS.  U.S.  Nat/.  Mar.  fish.  Serv.  Fun.  Bull.  93{3):446-455.  199j.  FR40(4) 

(Tiburon  Lab,  Southwest  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  NMFS,  NOAA,  3150  Paradise  Dr.  Tiburon,  CA  94290)  Sebasres, 
Anopfopoma  fimbria,  Merluccius  produclus,  Microstomus  padficus,  and  Sebasiolobus. 

95-009456  Anrfresen,  Steinar  and  Jorgen  Wetlesiad.  INTERNATIONAL  PROBLEM-SOLVING  EFFECTIVENESS. 
Int.  &wfron.Affarrj7(2):127-149.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

95-009457  Armas  Pfirter,  Frida  Maria.  STRADDLING  STOCKS  AND  HIGHLY  MORATORY  STOCKS  IN  LATIN 
AMERICAN  PRACTICE  AND  LEGISLATION:  NEW  PERSPECTIVES  IN  LIGHT  OF  CURRENT  INTERNATIONAL 
NEGOTIATIONS.  Special  Issue:  latin  America  and  the  Law  of  the  Sea  Maria  Teresa  Infante,  editor.  Ocean  Uev. 
&  Ini.  law  ,26(2):1  27-1  50.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Austria  2373,  2  piso,  1425  Buenos  Aires,  Argentina] 

95-00945*  AUuro,  A.  P.  ISLA  GORGONA  (COLOMBIA):  A  HIGH  BIODIVERSITY  ENCLAVE  AND  ITS 
RELATIONSHIP  TO  FISHERIES.  INJEICOL  Manchester  1994:  Progress  to  Meel  the  Cha/tenge  of  f™™ 
Oange.  Proceedings  of  the  VI  /mernat/ona/  Congress  of  Ecology,  21  to  26  AuguiU99J,  Manchester  .  Umtorf 
Kingctom.  John  H.  Jattls,  Haze//.  Neman,  and  Richard  A.  Dentor,,  editors,  p.  1  87.  1  994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 


95-009459     Ashley,  Bruce  Darryl.  COMMUNITY  ECONOMIC  IMPACT  °F  COM^ 
DEVELOPMENT  IN  CANADA'S  EASTERN  ARCTIC:  THE  PANGNIRTUNG  WINTER  TURBOT  FISHERY  M.5. 
thesis,   Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  109p.  1993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33{2):500.  1995.  Order  No. 
MAMM91265.FR40(4) 

Reinhardtius  hippogtossoides. 

qS-009-460  Baydalinov,  A.  P.  |ON  THE  PROBLEM  OF  UTILIZATION  THt  E  WATER  ^raRATURE  DA^  AT 
THE  SEA  SURFACE  FOR  BACKGROUND  PREDICTION  OF  HAKE  STOCK  SIZE  AND  CATCH  PER  ^FORTON 
THE  SCOTIAN  SHELF.]  fn:  {Principles  ol  Fishery  Predicting  System.}  E.  G.  Bakova,  editor,  p.  1  07-1  1  1  ,  iw.  \  jo  j. 
In  Russian  with  English  surnm.  FR  40(4) 

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95-009461  Bogdanov,  M.  A.;  A.  S.  Krovnin  and  A.  V.  Fomitchjev.  [ABIOTIC  CONDITIONS  VARIAflll  ITV  AND 
GOALS  OF  LONG-TERM  PREDICTION.]  In:  /P/incip/es  of  fishery  Predicting  System.!  f-  C.  Rakavt  ediw 
p.  118-129,  200-209. 19B9.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009462  Branstelter,  Steven.  A  COORDINATED  PROGRAM  ADDRESSING  THE  REDUCTION  Of  FINFttM 
BYCATCH  IN  THE  SHRIMP  TRAWL  FISHERY  OF  THE  SOUTHEAST  U.S.  Biodiversity  of  the  Indian  Kivcr  lagoon. 
A  Conference  Held  in  Fan  Pierce,  Florida,  February  15-1 6,  1994.  Hilary  M.  Swain,  el  a/.,  coordinators  M\  Mir. 
57(I}:279. 1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[Gulf  &  S.  Atlantic  Fish.  Dev.  Found,  Inc.,  Lincoln  Cent.,  Suite  997, 5401  W.  Kennedy  Blvd.,  Tampii,  I'l.  3J&06. 
tel:8]3-286-8390;  fax;B1 3-286-8261  ]  Cynosdon  regatis,  Leiostomus  xanthurus,  and  Micropogonias  umluhtus. 

95-009463  Camhi,  Merry.  INDUSTRIAL  FISHERIES  THREATEN  ECOLOGICAL  INTEGKITY  OF  IMS 
GALAPAGOS  ISLANDS.  Conseiv.  Biol.  9(4):715-719.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Living Oceans  Program,  Nail.  Audubon  Soc,  550  S.  Bay  Ave.,  Islip,  NY  11751) 

95-009464  cle  Castro,  Fabio  and  Alpina  Begossi.  ECOLOGY  OF  FISHING  ON  THE  GRANDE  RlVfll  (BRA/IL* 
TECHNOLOGY  AND  TERRITORIAL  RIGHTS.  Fish.  Res.  (Amst.)  23(3,4):361-373.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(ACT,  Student  Bldg.  331,  Univ.  Indiana,  Bloomington  47405-6101|  Prochilodus  JiVicnlus, 
pirinampu,  and  data  for  14  other  spedes. 

95-009465  Eiriksson,  Gudmimdur.  FUTURE  CHALLENGES  FOR  INTERNATIONAL  MANAGEMENT  OF 
OCEAN  RESOURCES  SUSTAINABLE  YIELD  OF  FISH  STOCKS;  FUTURE  INTERNATIONAL  MANACEMIIMT. 
Fnvj'ronmenia/  Perspectives  for  the  Northern  Seas:  Proceedings  of  Environment  Northern  Sens  '9,3,  tick!  fn 
Slavangar,  Norway,  24  to  27  August,  J993.  Mike  Elliott  and  lean-Paul  Ducrotoy,  editors,  Mar  I'ollut  JH' 
29(6-1 2):552-S55. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Win.  Foreign  Affairs,  Laugavegur  1 1 8D  tS-1 50  Reykjavik,  Iceland] 

95-009466  Elliott,  Mifce  and  Jean-Paul  Ducrotoy,  editors.  ENVIRONMENTAL  PERSPECTIVES  FOR  IHi 
NORTHERN  SEAS:  PROCEEDINGS  OF  ENVIRONMENT  NORTHERN  SEAS  '93,  HELD  IN  STAVANGAS, 
NORWAY,  24  TO  27  AUGUST,  1993.  Mar.  PolluL  Bull.  29(6-1 2):253-660.  1994.  FR  40(4} 

[Dep.  Appl,  Biol,,  Hull  Univ.,  Hull,  England]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  F/s/ioriw  ReviKw. 

95-009467  Flalla,  Jan.  CHALLENGES  FOR  THE  FISHING  INDUSTRY:  THE  NORWEGIAN  GOVliRNMtNTAL 
VIEW.  Envfronmentaf  Perspectives  for  the  Northern  Seas:  Proceedings  of  Environment  Northern  Seas  '93. 1  IcW  in 
Stavangar,  Norway,  24  to  27  August,  1993.  Mike  Elliott  and  lean-Paul  Ducrotoy,  editors.  Mar,  Pd/u!  But 
29(6-121:550-551. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Nonvegian  Min.  Foreign  Affairs,  P.O.  Box  81 1 4  Dep.,  N-0032,  Oslo,  Norway| 

-009468     Fornasier,  Ann.  [POTENTIAL  IMPACTS  OF  TRANSFERRABLE  INDIVIDUAL  QUOTAS  ON 
5ASTAL  AND  OFFSHORE  COD  FISHERMEN  OF  QUEBEC.]  M.S.  thesis,  Univ.  Lava!  (Canada)  2'J.-i|).  1993.  In 

.tench.  From  Mailers  Abslr.  Int.  33(2):452.  1995.  Order  No.  MMAM90625.  FR  40(4) 
Gadusrno/hua. 

95-009469  Fortier,  Martin  and  Louis  Fortier.  TIDAL  TRANSPORT  AND  RECRUITMENT  OF  MARINE  f  LStl 
LARVAE  TO  ICE-COVERED  SAROMA  KO  LAGOON  (HOKKAIDO,  JAPAN),  Proc,  Wat/.  Inst.  Pahr  Kft  Syirp. 
Polar  Biol.  No.  8.  p.  75.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

[GIROQ,  Dep.  Dial.,  Laval  Univ.,  Sle-Foy,  PQ,  Canada  G1K  7P4] 

95-009470  Furevik,  Dag  M.  and  John  W.  Vaklemarsen,  (THE  IMPORTANCE  Or  THE  ODIN  Oil  -ritlU  AS  A 
FISHING  AREA.]  Ftsken  Havet  No.  6.  28p.  1 995.  In  Norwegian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Havforskningsinst.  Nordnesparken  2,  Poslboks,  1870  Nordnes,  5024  Bergen,  Norway.  telM-47  fiji  U  8i  J1; 
fax:+4755  23  85  86]  Cfwpea  harengus,  Scomber scombrus,  Pollachius  Wrens,  Trisoplerus  esmatki,  Mitwmwi'.'^ 
poutassou,  and  Ammocfyies  in  the  North  Sea. 

95-009471     Garcia,  S.  M.  and  C.  H.  Newton.  RESPONSIBLE  FISHERIES:  AN  OVERVIEW  OF  fAO  I'OIO 
DEVELOPMENTS  (1945-1994).  Enwronmenta/  Perspectives  for  the  Northern  Seas:  Proceedings  of  fnvit 
Northern  Seas  '93,  Held  in  Stavangar,  Norway,  24  to  27  August,  1993.  Mike  Elliott  and  lean -Pa  ill  Pi/crnim, 
Mar.  Poliut.  Bull.  29(6-1 2):S28-536. 1994.  FR  40(4) 

(FAO  Fish.  Dep.,  Via  delle  Terrne  Caracalla,  00100  Rome,  Italy] 

95-009472  Caudian,  G,;P.  A.  H.  Medley  and  R.  F.  C.  Ormond.  ESTIMATION  OF  THE  SIZE  OF  A  CORAL  Rtff 
FISH  POPULATION.  Mar.  Ecol  fiog.  Ser.  t22(1-3):1 07-1 1 3.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 

[Fish.  Dep.  Grand  Turk,  Turks  &  Caicos  Islands,  British  West  Indies]  Lethrltws  borbonicus. 

95-009473  Gordon,  David  A.  LINGCOD  FISHERY  AND  FISHERY  MONITORING  IN  SOUTHEAST  At  ASKA. 
Alsk.  Fish.  Res.  Bull.  1(2):140-152.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

(Dep.  Fish  &Game,  Commer.  Fish,  Manage.  &  Dev.  Div.,  304  Lake  St.,  Rm.  103,  Silka,  AK  99B35!  ( hrfiio*^ 
ebngaius. 

FR40(4)  190  ,MS 


FISHERIES  REVIEW 

MARINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 

95-009474  Goto,  Hisashi.  [INTERNATIONAL  INFORMATION  ON  THE  SALMON  IN  THE  NORTH  PACIFIC 
OCEAN.]  /Salmon  Seminar  Abstracts:  38th  Salmon  Seminar,  March  18,  J  994.J  Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery.  Teen. 
Rep.  Hokksido  Salmon  Hatchery  No.  1  64.  p.  63.  1995.  In  Japanese.  FR  40(4) 

95-00947.5     Gould,  Robert  Thomas.  POLICY  FORMULATION  AND  DECISION-MAKING  ON  THE  PACIFIC 
SAIMON  COMMISSION:  EVALUATING  PUBLIC  POLICY  DECISION-MAKING  IN  THE  PACIFIC  SALMON 
FISHERY,  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  Fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  1  66p.  1  993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33{2}:41  7.  1  995.  Order 
rfo.MAMM"91  157.  FR  40(4) 
Qncorhynchus. 

95-009476  Govcnder,  Anesh.  MORTALITY  AND  BIOLOGICAL  REFERENCE  POINTS  FOR  THE  KING 
MACKEREL  (SCOMBEROMORUS  COMMERSON)  FISHERY  OFF  NATAL,  SOUTH  AFRICA  (BASED  ON  A 
PER.RECRU1T  ASSESSMENT).  Fish.  Res,  (Amst.)  23(3,4):  1  95-208,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Oceanogr.  Res,  Inst.,  P.O.  Box  10712,  Marine  Parade,  Durban  4056,  South  Africa] 

95-009477     Graham,  Colville  Chafles.  THE  PACIFIC  SALMON  TREATY  (1985-1992):  PROBLEMS  WITH 
IMPLEMENTATION.  M.S.  thesis,  Simon  fraser  Univ.  (Canada)  64p.  1993.  From  Masters  Abstr.  Int.  33(2):417. 
1995,  Order  No.  MAMM91  1  54.  FR  40(4) 
Oncevhyncftus. 

95-009478     Green  Albert  W.;  Maury  Osborn;  Dean  Keddy-Heclor  and  Junda  Lin.  STATUS  AND  TRENDS  OF 
SELECTED  LIVING  RESOURCES  IN  THE  CALVESTON  BAY  SYSTEM.  Proceedings:  Ca/v-eston  Bay  Characterization 
\Vottohop,  February  2  1-23,  1991.  frank  S.  Shipley  and  Russell  W.  Kiesling,  editors.  Cafreston  Bay  Natl.  Estuary 
Program  Publ.  GBNEP-6.  p.  143.  1991  .  FR40(4) 
oce/falus  in  Texas. 


95-009479     Guzman,  Ramon;  Marianela  Penott  de  Sanchez  and  Braulio  Carmona.  [THE  SARDINE:  ASPECTS 
OF  ITS  BIOLOGY  AND  FISHERY  IN  NORTHEAST  VENEZUELA.]  Fonalap  Divulga  10(44);33-34.  1993.  In  Spanish. 


iFONAIAP-Cenl,  Investig.  Agropecu.  Estado  Sucre,  Cumana,  Venezuela]  Sardinella  aurita. 

95-0094&Q  Harper,  Patric.  SEAGRASS  COMMUNITY  REGULATION:  EFFECTS  OF  MANIPULATING  TOP 
PREDATORS  AND  DOMINANT  MACROGRAZERS.  M.S.  rhesis,  Univ.  S.  Ala.  1  1  4p.  1  994.  From  Masters  Abstr, 
Int.  33(31:019.  1995.  Order  No.  MA1359713.  FR  40(4) 

95-009481  Henocque,  Yves.  [INTEGRATED  MANAGEMENT  OF  COASTAL  ZONES,  HISTORY  AND 
DEVELOPMENT  IN  THE  UNITED  STATES.]  Equinoxe  No,  54.  p.  4-11.1  995,  In  French.  FR  40(4) 

IDEL,  IFREMER,  Toulon,  France] 

95-009482  Herkc,  William  H.  NATURAL  FISHERIES,  MARSH  MANAGEMENT,  AND  MARICULTURE: 
COMPLEXITY  AND  CONFLICT  IN  LOUISIANA.  Dedicated  Issue:  The  Effects  of  Aquacitllure  In  Estuarme 
fnvinuunems.  Robert  W.  Hastings  and  Donald  R.  Heinle,  organizers.  Estuaries  18(1A):10-17,  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Nall.  Biol.  Surv,  Coop.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Res.  Unit,,  Sch.  For,,  Wildl.  &  Fish,,  La.  State  Univ.,  Baton  Rouge,  LA 
70303-6202  j 

9S-0094B3  Hldiford,  Michael  ].  H.  and  David  R.  Schiel.  CATCH  VS  COUNT:  EFFECTS  OF  GILL-NETTIN  C  ON 
REEf  FISH  POPULATIONS  IN  SOUTHERN  NEW  ZEALAND.  /.  Exp.  Mar.  Bio/.  Eco/.  18U(2):215-232.  199j. 
FR  4014} 

ISchlcl:  Dep.  Zoo!.,  Univ.  Canterbury,  Private  Bag  4800,  Chrislchurch,  New  Zealand)  Daia  for  19  species. 

95.OQ9.ia4  Milbom,  Ray  and  Robert  B.  Kennedy.  SPATIAL  PATTERN  IN  CATCH  RATES:  A  TEST  OF 
ECONOMIC  THEORY.  Bull.  Math.  Biol.  54(2/3):263-273.  1992.  FR  40(4) 

95-009-185  Hoese,  H.  Dickson  and  Mark  Konikoff.  EFFECTS  OF  MARSH  MANAGEMENT  ON  FISHERIES 
ORGANISMS:  THE  COMPENSATORY  ADJUSTMENT  HYPOTHESIS,  Dedicated  Issue:  The  Effects  oMquacufture 
fn  btuaiinetirvtronmenls.  Robert  W.  Hastings  and  Donald  R.  Heinle,  organizers.  Estuaries  18(1A):1BO-197.  1  JJj. 
FR  40(4} 

IDop.  Biol.,  Univ.  Southwest.  La.,  Lafayetle  70504] 

95-00948&     Norwood,  ].  W.  NORTHEAST  ATLANTIC  FISHERIES  MANAGEMENT  AND  THE  STATE  OF  THE 
STOCKS.  IN7ELCCH  Manchester  1994;  Progress  to  Meet  the  Challenge  of  Environmental  Change.  Proceedings  ot 
the  VI  International  Congress  of  Ecology,  2  1  to  26  August  1994,  Manchester,  United  Kingdom,  lohn  H.  Tallis,  Hazel 
/.  Noiman,  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors,  p.  189.  1994.  Abslracl  only.  FR  40(4) 
Gat/us  morbua  in  Ihe  Norlh  Sea. 

FR40|4)  191  1995 


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MARINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 

95-009487    landli,  lames  N.  and  johalhan  Heffeiz.  DECISION  ANALYSIS  OF  ALTERNATIVE  MARVF 

POLICIES  FOR  THE  CUIF  OF  ALASKA  PACIFIC  OCEAN  PERCFI  FISHERY.  Fish.  to.  (Amiterclam)  24[ljj5< 

|NMFS,  Alaska  Fish.  Sd,  Cent,  Resow.  Ecol.  &  Fish.  Manage.,  7600  Sand  Point  Way  NE  Bii*  C  1  5700  t-j,- 
WA  98  II  5-0070]  Sebastes  alulus.  '  ' 

95-009468  Infante,  Miiria  Teresa,  editor.  SPECIAL  JSSUE:  LATIN  AMERICA  AND  THE  LAW  OF  THFttA  rv. 
Dev.£fritiaw26(2):93-187.  1995.  FR  40(4)  u™*wr  mtitA.lAe 

[InsL  Estuclios  Int    Univ.  Chile,  P.O.  Box  14187,  Sue.  21,  Santiago,  Chile]  Individual  papers  imfewlint 
issue  of  fisheries  Review.  '    ^ 

95-009489  Infante,  Maria  Teresa.  STRAITS  IN  LATIN  AMERICA:  THE  CASE  OF  THE  STRAIT  OF  MAORI* 
Special  Issue:  Latin  America  and  (he  Law  of  the  Sea.  Maria  Teresa  Infante,  editor.  Ocean  Ocv  A  far  j: 
26(2):175-1fi7.  1995.  FR  40(4)  '  *  lnt  i: 

jlnsl.  Esludios  Int.,  Univ.  Chile,  P.O.Box  14187,  Sue.  21,  Santiago,  Chile] 

95-009490     International  Council  for  Exploration  of  the  Sea.  REPORT  OF  THl  ICES  ADVISOWY 

ON  f  ISHERY  MANAGEMENT,  S994.  PART  1.M  Counc  Explor.  Sea  Coop.  fics.  Rep,  No.  210(pK  1  ):312p 

[ICES  Hqrs.,  Copenhagen,  Denmark) 

95-009491     International  Council  for  Exploration  of  the  Sea.  REPORT  OP  THE  ICES  ADVISORY  i 

OISHERY  MANAGEMENT,  1994.  PART  2.  Int.  Counc.  taptor.  Sea  Coop.  Res.  Rep.  No  ™Qtpt.  2J:222,I 


[ICES  H(|rs.,  Copenhagen,  Denmark) 


95-009492  Jensen,  Kallileen  A.  DIFFERENCES  BETWEEN  INSEASON  AND  POSTSEASON  STfK 
COMPOSITION  ESTIMATES  FOR  SOCKEYE  SALMON  IN  GILLNET  CATCHES  IN  2  DISTRICTS  tNSOUlTlFA 
ALASKA  AND  INTHE  STIKINE  RIVER,  1986  TO  1989.  Alsk.  Fish.  RPS.  Bull.  1(2):107.I24  1994  FN  \W(4] 

|Dep.  Fish  &  Came,  Cornmcr.  Fish.  Manage.  &  Dev.  Div.,  P.O.  Box  240020,  Douglas    AK  9 
Qncornyncnuf  ncrka. 

95-009493     Kawaley,  Ian.  THE  IMPLICATIONS  OF  THE  EXCLUSIVE  ECONOMIC  ZONE 


. 

[Miftigan.\Vhyle&  Smith,  P.O.  Box  MM  1223,  Hamilton  HM  FX,  Bermuda] 

ANTARCTIC  MARITIME 


^Si'i011  BVCATCH  IN  AUSTRAL|A'S  °™*»>-™™- 

[N.S.W.  Fish,  Res.  Insl,  P.O.  Box  21,  Cronulla,  N.S.W.  2230,  Australia) 


summ 


K'1I1B  and  -  - 

!  ll"  ^  5oc'  27(5):"3-642.  1994.  In  Kore.in  wilh 


' 
t  Stephwolepis  cirrhifer,  Selwtes  schhgcli,  and  Cire//a  punclnra. 

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n  M,    m  f  M'  ?  i  N0M3''  r'S/I'  S°C-  27(5':62°-632'  '  994.  In  Korean  with  English  sum.u. 
[Dep.  War.  Qlol.,  Nat).  Fish.  Univ.  PuSi.n,  Pusan  60R-737,  Kore,i]  W/faea,  fngraufo  /a 
^mraotfrtepOTomrtu^nguJIta^a,,^  pampM  ecWmaaster,  and  data  fe?  17omer  sp 

9S009498     Ktovach,  N.  V,;  O.  A.  Rovnina  and  D.  V.  Kol'tsov  BIOLOGY  AND 


[All-Russia  Res.  Insl,  Fidi.  &  Occanogr,  Moscow,  Russia] 

HAWA1IAN  ISLAND  BOTTOMFISHING  ACTtVITV:  A 
23(1  2,       2.5.0  N  ESTIMATE  °F  ECONOMIC  IMPACTS,  tal,.  fie,  (A-r«J 

t"  NMFS'  NOAA'  257°  Dole  St"  Honolulu,  HI 


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MARINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 

•95-OO9500  Kolesnikov,  V.  G.;  P.  A.  Bukatin;  S.  G.  Krivospitchenko;  Yu.  V.  Stepanov  and  Yu.  G.  Sazonov. 
(EXPERIENCE  OF  HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL  AND  BIOLOGICAL  FISHERY  MONITORING  ORGANIZATION 
W  THE  EAST-CENTRAL  ATLANTIC]  In:  (Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.]  E.  C.  Bakova,  editor,  p.  76-87, 
207,  1  fold-out  chart.  1 989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4} 

95-009501  Krivospitchenko,  S.  G.  (SIMULATION  Of  SAHARA-MOROCCAN  POPULATION  ABUNDANCE 
OF  THE  EASTERN  MACKEREL  STOCK;  PREDICTION  POSSIBILITIES  AND  ESTIMATION  OF  OPTIMAL 
EXPLOITATION  REGIMES.]  In:  (Principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.]  E..C.  Bakova,  editor,  p.  160-176,  21  1. 
1939.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

95-009502  Laprise,  Rejean  and  Pierre  Pepiri.  FACTORS  INFLUENCING  THE  SPATIO-TEMPORAL 
OCCURRENCE  OF  FISH  EGGS  AND  LARVAE  IN  A  NORTHERN,  PHYSICALLY  DYNAMIC  COASTAL 
ENVIRONMENT.  Mar,  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser.  122(l-3};73-92.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Pepin:  Dep.  Fish.  &  Oceans,  Sci.  Branch,  P.O.  Box  5667,  St.  John's,  NF,  Canada  A1C  5X1] 

95-009503  Le.iiHe,  Jean-Pierre  and  Anne  Thlmel.  [FISHERIES  OF  THE  BAIE  DE  BOURGNEUF.)  Fqumoxe  No. 
53,  p.  4.1 8.  1 994.  In  French.  FR  40(4} 

[Lab.  Ressour.  Halieul.,  IFREMER,  L'Houmeau,  France] 

95-009504  tee,  Jeong-Woo  and  Young-Shll  Kang.  [VARIATIONS  OF  FISH  COMMUNITY  AND  FISH  DENSITY 
ON  ARTIFICIAL  REEFS.]  Bull  Korean  Fish  Soc.  27(5):535-548.  1 994.  In  Korean  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Nail.  Fish.  Res.  &  Dev,  Agency,  Yangsan  626-900,  Korea]  Sefaasres,  Hexagrammos  otakii,  Navodon  modestus, 
Stepbanotepis  cirrhifer.  Scomber  iaponicus,  and  data  for  40  other  species  in  Korea. 

95-QG9505  Lee,  Tae-Won  and  Sun-Wan  Hwang,  [THE  DEMERSAL  FISH  OF  ASAN  HAY.  IV.  TEMPORAL 
VARIATION  IN  SPECIES  COMPOSITION  FROM  1900  TO  1993,]  Bull.  Korean  Fish.  Soc.  28(l):67-79,  1995.  In 
Koiean  with  English  sumrn.  FR  40(4) 

|De|).  Oceanogr.,  Chungnam  Nail.  Univ.,  Taejon  305-764,  Korea]  Thryssa  koreana,  Cynoglossus  ioyneri, 
yohnj'us  belengeri,  and  data  for  46  other  species  in  Korea. 

95-QG950&  Levinfis,  C.  O.;  A.  Ervik;  P.  Johanncssen  and ).  Aure.  ECOLOGICAL  CRITERIA  USED  TO  HELP  SITE 
FISH  FARMS  IN  FJORDS.  Dedicated  Issue:  Jhe  Effects  of  Aquaculture  In  Estuarine  Environments.  Robert  W. 
Hastings  and  Donald  R.  Heinle,  organizers.  Estuaries  1 8(1  A):S  1-90.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

(Fish.  &  Oceans  Biol.  Sci.  Branch,  West  Vancouver  Lab.,  41 60  Marine  Dr.,  West  Vancouver,  BC,  Canada  V7V 

1N6] 

95-009507  Lutcavnge,  Molly  and  Scott  Kraus.  TFIE  FEASIBILITY  OP  DIRECT  PHOTOGRAPHIC  ASSESSMENT 
OF  GIANT  BLUEFIN  TUNA,  JHUNNUS  7HYNNUS,  IN  NEW  ENGLAND  WATERS.  U.S.  Nail.  Mar.  Fish.  Serv.  Fish. 
Butt.  M(3):495-503.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

lEcfgcrlon  Res.  Lab.,  New  England  Aquarium,  195  State  St.,  Boslon,  MA02109[ 

95-009500     Macdonald,  John  M.  APPRECIATING  THE  PRECAUTIONARY  PRINCIPLE  AS  AN  ETHICAL 
FA/OLUTION  IN  OCEAN  MANAGEMENT.  Ocean  Dev.  Int.  Low  26(3):255-286.  1 995.  FR  40(4} 
[4521  Second  Ave.,  N.E.,  Seattle,  WA  98105] 

95-O095Q9  Macias-Zamore,  Rene;  N.  Angelica  Venegas-Galindo  and  A.  Luisa  Vidaurri-Sotelo.  (THE  SPORT 
FISHERY  FOR  SAILFISI-I  (ISTIOPHORUS  PLA'IYPTERUS)  AND  ITS  RELATIONSHIP  WITH  COMMERCIAL 
FISHERY.]  Invest.  Mar.  CICIMAR  8(2):87-93.  1993.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

ICRlP-Manzanlllo,  Inst.  Nac.  Pesca,  SEPESCA,  Apdo.  Poslal  No.  591  Manzanillo,  Col.  28200,  Mexico] 

95-009510  Mann,  B.  Q.  FISH  BY-CATCH  IN  THE  ST.  LUCIA  BAIT  PRAWN  FISHERY.  Lammergeyer  No.  43. 
p.  29-37.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Occanogr.  Res.  Inst.,  P.O.  Box  1 071 2,  Marine  Parade  4056,  South  Africa]  Data  for  40  species  in  South  Africa. 

95-009511  Markevich,  A.  I.  [SPECIES  COMPOSITION  AND  ECOLOGICAL  CHARACTERISTICS  OF  THE 
FISHES  OF  ARTIFICIAL  HABITATS  IN  PETER  THE  GREAT  BAY,  THE  SEA  OF  JAPAN,]  Mar.  Biol.  (Vladivostok) 
2Q(3>:222-22fl.  1994.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[Far  East  State  Mar.  Res.,  Inst.  Mar.  Biol.,  Far  East  Branch,  Russian  Acad.  Sci.,  Vladivostok  690041,  Russia] 

95-00951 2  Matthews,  Elizabeth  and  Evelyn  Oiterong.  MARINE  SPECIES  COLLECTED  BY  WOMEN  IN  PALAU, 
MICRONESIA.  Mfcronestca  28(1):77-90.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Ocean  Resour,  Manage.  Programme,  Univ.  South  Pac.,  Suva,  Fiji]  Letlvinus  nematacanthus,  Lutjanus gibbus, 
Siganus  canaficulatus,  and  data  for  1 1  other  species. 

FR40|4)  193  1995 


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MASINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESfARfH  fr     ,-       , 

95-009513     lUrF    k  ""-tAKCH  (Continued) 

FISH  u  AT/-.  .  ™"ac_tiron'  Lawrence  VV.;  C.  Eugene  MrC^,  a    i  o  . 
KEMENTOFREDDRi!^ 

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194 


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MARINE  MANAGEMENT  AND  RESEARCH  (Continued) 

95-009526  Roberts,  C  M.  MARINE  RESERVES  AS  FISHERY  MANAGEMENT  TOOLS-  A  TEST  OF 
PREDICTIONS  /NTEtCOi  Mancfesier  ,994:  Progress  to  Meet  the  O»/tenge  of  En^owentJfL°e 
foceerfmg5  o  <J,e  W  tatemationa/  Congress  o,  fco/ogy,  21  to  26  August  1991,  Manchester,  Un/ted  Wngctorr. 
fc»nnH.  Tms,  Hazel  J.  Norman,  and  Richard  A,  Bemon,  editors,  p.  190.  1994.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 

95-009527  Roberts,  Callum  M.  RAPID  BUILD-UP  OF  FISH  BIOMASS  IN  A  CARIBBEAN  MARINE  RESERVE 
Comerv.  Btol.  9(4):81  5-826.  1995.  In  English  with  Spanish  sumni.  FR  40(4)  Kt>tKVL. 

S'  S''  ^omM  °0802-  e-™il:crober(s@uvi.edu]  Data  for  1  3  species 


55-009528     Sakuma,  Keith  M.  and  Ralph  J.  Larson.  DISTRIBUTION  OF  PELAGIC  METAMORPHirSTArF 
SANDDAGS   OTHAMCHTHYS  SORDIDUS  AND  C  STICMAEUS  WITHIN  f  AREAS  OF  UWELL  Sc   OFF 
CENTRAL  CALIFORNIA,  US.  Nat/.  Mar.  fish.  Sen,  Fish.  Bull.  93(3):51  6-529  1995  FR  40(4)        WLLUNG   °FF 
[Tiburon  Lab.,  Southwest  Fish.  Sci.  Cent.,  NMFS,  NOAA,  3150  Paradise  Dr.,  Tiburon,  CA  94920J 


|lnsl.  Portugues  Investig.  Maritime,  Cent.  Investig.  Maritinia  Sul.,  Av.  5  do  Outubro  s/n,  8700  Olbao,  Portugal] 


95-0095JO     Saucedo   Barren,  Cesar  Julio  and  Mauricio  Ramirez  Rodriouez    [FISH  OF 

im?^o!T,T  'T1^0/  S!N,ALOA  STATE'  MEXICO 

9{l):51-5<1,  1994.  In  Spanish  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4} 

[Escuda  Cienc,  Mar  U.A  S.  Paseo  Clausen  s/n  M.izallan,  Sin.,  Mexico]  Scomberomonis  sieira,  MuRll 
Sdgre  panamensis  and  data  for  58  other  species,  M 

'  TU"!?-  BATS  AND  DEEPLY  INDCNTED  COASTLINES:  THE  PRACTICE  OF  SOUTH 


|Via  Alfonso  Cossa  29,  20138  Milano,  ltaly| 

95-009532      Shipley,    Frank  S.  and  Russell  W.  Kiesling,   editors.  PROCEEDINGS-  GAIVESTON   RAY 

"         ° 


Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 
95-009533     Shuntov,  V.  P.;  V,  V.  Lapko;  V,  V.  Nadlochly  and  Ye.  V.  Samko    ANNUAL  CHANCES 

"  ™E  SAKHAUNKURII    REGION 


(Pac.  Res,  Inst.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok,  Russia]  Data  for  1  5  species  in  the  northwestern  Pacific  Ocean] 
95-009534     Shunlov,  V.  P.;  V.  V.  Lapko;  V.  V.  Nadtochiy  and  Ye.  V.  Samko    ANNUAL  CHANGES   IN 

K^mu«p^^ 

|Pac.  Res.  Insl.  Fish.  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok,  Russia]  Data  for  1  2  species. 

95-009535  Slgaev,  I.  K.  [TECHNOLOGICAL  SCHEME  FOR  SHORT-TERM  FISHERY  PREDICTING  OF 
ATCHES  PER  EFFORT  IN  THE  SCOTiAN  HAKE  FISHERY.]  „,  /Wnc/pfes  ofHs,^  ftSctfn  ?S  mf?C 
Bakova,  editor,  p.  86-100,  207.  1989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4} 


w-r       r',  nVlrCJ\a[:C|;,SS*KnASSE?SMENT  AND  MANACEMENT  OF  SABLEFISH,  ANOPLOI'OMA 
,  IN  THE  GULF  OF  ALASKA.  Ph.D.  dissertation,  Univ.  Wash.  1  993.  FR  40(4) 

55-009537     Snape,  WilJiam  J.,  Ill  and  Naomi  B,  Lefkovitz.  SEARCHING  FOR  GATT'S  ENVIRONMENTAL 
MIRANDA:  ARE  "PROCESS  STANDARDS"  GETTING  "DUE  PROCESS?"  1994 


.  taiv/.  2.7\i)\  7/7-015.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

95-009538     Stepanenfco,  M.  A.  DISTRIBUTION,  BEHAVIOR,  AND  ABUNDANCE  OF  PACIFIC  COD  CADUS 
IMCROCCPHALUS,  IN  THE  BERING  SEA,/,  tchthyol.  35(4):18-27.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
[Pac.  Res.  Inst.  Fish,  &  Oceanogr.,  Vladivostok,  Russia] 

9S0095  J9  Slrogalev,  V.  D.  [PREDICTING  THE  ANOMALOUS  MONTHLY  AVERAGE  WATER  TEMPERATURE 
ON  NAMIBIAN  SHELF  IN  SUMMER-FALL  PERIOD.]  In:  principles  of  Fishery  Predicting  System.!  E.  C  Bakova 
ei/ilor.p.  101-107,208.  1989.  In  Russian  with  English  summ.  FR  40(4) 

195  1995 


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RESEARCH 


K'^CuXV^  FORECASTING  Of 

0:428-433.  1995.  FR  40(4)       G  AROUNDASPAWNJNG  AREAWlJ,; 


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French.  FR  40(4)     '  '  ^  f'  5e"fe'  coflV/fei  £u,  ytaS^^^uftwe  '94,' Bordeaux,  tow, 

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"""-c,  LULOR    AND  iA/"4^'eo'"«r'"JLCr'H-  QLfALnY  OF  FISH: 

^fastrac^c/Col^L   ^//ETE?ION:  RESULTS    OF  AW 
s«ce,  Marcft  23-25  iSiu-*,    at  lhe  '"^mattonal  Conference 

1  f'ench.  FR  40(4)     '          ' fln    F'  5ewfe'  compilers.  Eur.  Aquacuit. 
'-' Inst.  Nail.  Rech.  ADron    Rp  „,   .„, 

Dn"  B'P-  S27'  ^1026  Nantes  cedex  03,  FraiceJ 


196 


1995 


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UTILIZATION  OF  FISHERY  PRODUCTS  (Continued) 

W  -009  552     Lima  dos  Santos,  Carlos  A.  PREVENTION  AND  CONTROL  OF  FOOD  BORNF  TRFMATHnc 

INFECTIONS  IN  CULTURED  FISH.  FAOAquacull.  Neml.  No.  8.  p.  1  1-15.  1994.  FR  40(4)  TREMATODE 


^ 

8  '         <raiia-  Queensland  Department  of  Primary  Industry,  p.  4-5    S 

[  Independent  Seafood  Prod.  Ply.  Ltd.,  1  Trawler  Base  Rd.,  Porlsmilh,  Qld,,  Australia] 

Mevers-  Samuel  P.  DEVELOPMENTS  AND  TRENDS  IN  FISHERIES  PROCESSING- 


|Oep.  Food  Sci,,  Oceanogr.  &  Coast  Scl.,  La.  State  Univ.,  Baton  Rouge  70803J 

95-009555     Nemetz,  Thomas  G.  and  Emmetl  B.  Shells  Jr.  ZOONOTIC  DISEASES.  In-  Fish  Medicine 
A-  Sloskopf,  Editor,  p.  214-220.  1993.  FR  40(4)  1  11,11  (vteaicme. 

[Dcp.  Gene!.,  Univ.  Ga.,  Athens  30601] 

^  ™  ^RM  RAISED  FISH  AND 


*"*  A>Ta™»awa-  M\CR™^  TREATMENT  OF  SCRAP  FISH  MEAL  AND 
.  Measures  for  Success:  Abstracts  of  Contributions  Presented  a,  the  International 
ure  «94/  Bon/eau^  franco  M.rc/,  23-25,  1994.  /.  Mm>  and  f 
Sac.  Spec.  PuW.  No.  21.  p.  288-289.  1991.  FR  40(4)  '«'"'""  r. 

i  PrefGdural  Insl.  Technol.,  Olimura,  2-1303-8,  Nagasaki,  Japan] 


QUALITIES  OF  FARMED 

'  Exp-  Sln"  Ores-  s 


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MISC.  TECHNIQUES  AND  EQUIPMENT 

95-009560     Akamine,  Tatsuro.  [METHODS  USED  TO  MEASURE  GROWTH  OF  OCEAN  FISH  1  IStimnn 

s^r^^^^ 


95-009561      Bennett,  Wayne  A,  and  Thomas  L.  Bellinger.  OVERVIEW  OF  TECHNIQUES  FOR 

°f  °QS 


.[Pop.  OioJ.  Set.,  Univ.  N.  Tex.,  P.O.  Box  5218,  Denton  76203| 

35-O03562     Bogstad,Cjarle;Micliacl  Pennlngion  and  Jon  Helge  Volstad.  COST-EFFICIENT  SURVEY 
OR  ESTIMATING  FOOD  CONSUMPTION  BY  FISH./*/,.  RPS  ,  (Anal)  230,2)-3M6     995  FR4M4 

he  NoV.h^hmiCSOcSnB°X  107°  N°rdlieS'  N'5°24  Ben*e"'  NOrW'iyl  Ma/totos  W7toius  'i 


•5-009563     Bromley,  Poter  J.  THE  ROLE  OF  GASTRIC  EVACUATION  EXPERIMENTS  IN  QUANTIFYING  THF 
EEDING  KATES  OF  PREDATORY  FISH.  Rev.  Fish  Biol.  f/sft.4(l):36.66  1994  FR  40(4)       qUANTirYING  TIIE: 
[Minisl.  Agnc.,  Pish.  &  food,  Fish.  Lab,,  Palceficld  Rd.,  Lowcstofl  NR33  OUT,  England] 


OTO^T?^!  MurTn  irp^T/  ArG^°  ""?  James  W'  McLaren'  ELEMENTAL  FINGERPRINTING 
OTQI.ITHS  USING  ID-ICPMS.  Mar.  Ecol.  Prog.  Ser.  1  22(1-3)-  1  15-120  1995  FR  40(4) 

|Mar  fish  Div.,  Bedford  Insl.  Oceanogr,,  P.O.  Box  1006,  Darlmoulh,  NS,  Canada  B2Y  4A2|  Cijc/us  morhm 

_3lli3fflcl. 


5-0095&5     Durborow,  R.  M,  and  W.C.  Coins.  DISEASES  OF  WARMWATER  FISH-  A  VIDEO  PRESENTATION 
*™*uantf$iw°Mm  on  Aqwtlc  Animal^ 

Wembcr  4-B,  1994.  Ronald  P.  Hednck  and  fames  R.  Winton,  organizers,  p,  P-100  1994  FR  40(4) 
(Coop.  Ext.  Program,  Ky.  Stale  Univ.,  Frankfort  40601  ] 

5-O09566     EhlefS,  Manfred;  David  R.  Steincr  and  James  B.  Johnston.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  AN  INTERNATIONAI 
•ORKSHOP  ON   REQUIREMENTS  FOR  INTEGRATED  GEOGRAPHIC  INFORMATION  SYSTEMS    :  M 
BRUARV  1994,  NEW  ORLEANS,  LOUISIANA.  Environ.  Res.  Inst.  Mich.  (ERIMjKSp  1994  FR  40(4 
[JSPA,  Univ.  Osnabrueck-Vochl.i,Vech(a(  Germany]  Selected  papers  IndexedinlhlsissueofFfcfteriesRev/eiv 


40(4)  197 


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INCREMENTS.  Uses  and  EftUf To/  r,2      D'SCR'M'NANT  ANALYSIS   OF    DAILY  OTOLITH  CROWT- 
Symposfum  and  IVorfcsftop  /ieW  jn  Albu  N   '"  ^f'"i"'c  Eco^ems:  Proceedings  of  ihe  h>fr^-:-.-i 

[Natl.  Bio!.  SeV. ,  Coop^Rs'hVwidlTS  ^'i,'  n*  5f'  '  ",5'  AbS'raCt  °n'V-  FR  ^°(4) 
29634f  5«aenopi  ocellatus.  '     ep'  ^^cu't-  Fish.  &  Wildl.,  Clemson  Univ., 


Seai/e  IViS     /n'ema"7'a/  ^po^wim  on  Aquuic  Aniwt  Htf 
FR  J§4j  <1s/I"lg[Ofl-  5eP'em6er  4-fl,  ;99^J.  Ronald  P.  HWHrt  aftdft- 


'^m  and^bstracii  Sft.erafon  Hole/  Seai/e  IVi 
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M^-  Dop.  palho|,  ,0  S.   Pine  St.,  Balllmore  2I20M1W. 

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MANAGEMEN?bFB1c^  GUIDELINES  fOR  ACQUISITION  A^D 

VOUCHER  SPECIMEN  MANAGEMENT^  SpnijInR  InnS^  PARTICIPANTS  OF  A  CONFERENCE  ON 
CURATORIAL  METHODS  OF  THf  ASSOcfS  nr?v^M?  ™E  AUSPICES  ™  THE  COUNCIL 
«P.    9S2.  AVai|flbla  at  $7.00  (paper  ^ISBN  JS^O?4  m  owMAT  CS  COLLECTIONS.  >teoc.  SyO. 
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En8land  fc  ^K^M^3S^^       EIectfical  Ens"  Un)V  Fft™ril 

A  DIAGNOSTIC  TOOL  IN  FISH  HMLTH 

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ENVIRONMENT.  P^V^0^^^^  APPLICATIONS  TO  FISHES  IN  THE  NATUW 

^  °K  6'f  '  ^WW'  '995   1VWK?K'  COngr5iS  °f  ComPa^»Ve  Phj/sfo^gy  and  ffibrAernto. 
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WATERSHED  MANAGEMENT  (Continued) 

95-009589  House,  freeman.  WATERSHED  COMMUNITY.  Watersheds  '<J4;  Respect,  Rethink  Kes'rf 
Proceedings  of  the  Fifth  Biennial  Watershed  Management  Conference,  Ashland,  Oregon,  November  le'-JB  P^JJ 
Richard  R.  Harris,  RickKattelmann,  Hannah  Kerner,  and  Jeff  Wolod,  editors.  Univ.  Calif  Water  WatprHnn,,',  re-. 
Rep.  No.  86.  p.  91-94.  1995.  FR  40(4}  mrour.Lfr, 

|Boxlfl9,  Pe1rolia,CA  95558] 

95-009590     Ice,  George.  LANDSCAPES,  WATERSHEDS,  ECOSYSTEMS:  WHAT'S  NEW?  Watersheds  '9' 

Respect  Rethink,  Restore.  Ptoceedingsof  the  fifth  Biennial  Watershed  ManagemcntConference  AshtandQre^- 
November  16-18,  1994.  Richard  R.  Harris,  Rick  Katteltnann,  Hannah  Kerner,  ant/  left  Woled,  editors  Urtiv  &''? 
Water  Resotir.  Cent.  Rep.  No.  86.  p.  41-47.  1995.  (Nail.  Counc.  Paper  Ind  Air  &  Stream  Imn'mvPniPnt  Pr*  e'-". 
458,  Corvallis,  OR  97339]  '  "'  rAJ-  frjl 

95-009591  Kann,  Jacob.  WATERSHED  DYSFUNCTION,  LAKE  ECOLOGY,  AND  INCORPORATE  nc 
NONFISH  AQUATIC  CONSTITUENTS  INTO  WATERSHED  STUDIES.  Watersheds  '94:  Respect  RfMRwor 
PtoceerJings  of  the  fifth  Btennral  Watershed  Management  Conference,  Ashland,  Oregon,  November  16  IS  19'J 
Richard  R.  Harris,  Rick  Kattelmann,  Hannah  Kemer,  and  Jeff  Woled,  editors.  Univ.  Calif  Water  Rpmn,  r™,  eL~ 
No.  86.  p.  38-39.  1995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4)  '  Kerour  lent  fe' 

(Klamalh  Tribes  Nal.  Resour.,  P.O.  Box  436,  Chiloquin,  OR  97624) 

95-009592  Rrlla,  Ellen  L.  and  Stephanie  Larson.  COASTAL  WATERSHED  ENHANCEMENT  A  rnrmrpj,™  t 
APPROACH  TO  ADAPTING  NONPOINT  SOURCE  POLLUTION  GUIDELINES  TO  LOCAE  CON  niTin\<, 
Watersheds  '94;  Respect,  Rethink,  Restore.  Proceedings  of  the  Fifth  Biennial  Watershed  Managem 
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,  ,  .  se       anagem 

Ashland,  0,egon,  November  J&-JS,  1994.  Richard  R.  Harris,  Rick  Kattelmann,  Hannah  Kerncr 


san,     ,egon,     ovemer     -,          .     car      .     arrs,     c      attemann,  Hannah  Kerncr  wIMtw 
editors.  Univ.  Calif.  Water  Resour,  Cent.  Rep.  No.  86.  p.  79-82.  1995.  [U.C.  Coop.  Ext.,  1682  NrnaloK  I   ?,?-•- 
150B,Novato,CA94947|  "va<  iu-' 

95-009593  Sommarslram,  Sari  J.  and  Genn  Evans.  COOPERATIVE  WATERSHED  MANAGEMFNT  rrrncrt 
JN  THE  SCOTT  RIVER  AND  SHASTA  RIVER  WATERSHEDS,  KLAMATH  RIVER  BASIN  CA  K!JX/ 
Respect,  Rethink,  Restore.  Proceedings  of  the  Fifth  Biennial  Watershed  Management  Conference  Ashhnct  Ore  *c* 
November  J6-1B,  1994.  Richard  R.  Harris,  Kick  Katlelmann,  Hannah  Kerner,  andleffWolcd  eddnn  IM  rT'f 
W3ter  Resour.  Cent.  Rep.  No,  86.  p.  138.  1  995.  Abstract  only.  FR  40(4) 
[Siskiyou  Resour.  Conscrv.  Dist.,  P.O.  Box  268,  Etna,  CA  96027] 

MISCELLANEOUS 

95-009594  Blade,  MichadTRACIC  REMEDIES:  ACENTURYOFFAILEDFISHERYPOIICYONrAlirnwNiv^ 
SACRAMENTO  RIVER,  flac  Hist.  Rev.  G4(1J:37-70.  1995.  FR  40(4}  "  u"l*-"LI'"K"'Al 

[Dep.  Socia*  Sci.,  Hiirvoy  Mudd  Coll.,  Clnremont,  CA  9171  1]  Oncoihynchus  tshawyisc/ia. 

95-009595  Cisneros-MaW,  Mlguef  A.;  Gabricla  Montemayor-Lopcz  and  Martha  I.  Roman-Rodricn^  li;f 
HISTORY  AND  CONSERVATION  OF  TOTQABA  MACDONALD1.  Conserv.  Biol.  9(4)-a06-aH  1M?  hfn  £ 
with  Spanish  sumni.  FR  40(4)  l  '  '  ''  '  JJI1'  m  tn^lls?l 

[Cenl.  Reg.  Investlg.  Pesq,  Calfe  20  No,  605  Sur,  Gitaymas,  Son  B5400,  Mexico] 

95-009596     Cisncros,  Miguel  A.  POPULATION  VIABILITY  ANALYSIS  OF  AGE-STRUCTURED  POPI  iiAWWJt 
DONAtDIWnKGU": 


95-009597  Claikson,  Robert  W.  and  Jeffrey  R.  Wilson.  TROUT  IJIOMASS  AND  STREAM  MAEiSTAT 
RELATIONSHIPS  IN  THE  WHITE  MOUNTAINS  AREA,  CAST-CENTRAL  ARIZONA.  Tr.™  Am  S  far 
124(4):S99-6I2.  1995.  FR  40(4}  "'  "m  >ft' 


[Biol.  Respui.  Brand,,  US.  Bur.  Reclnm    P  9  Box  9900,  Phoenix,  AZ  85068-0980]  Qncorhynclw  apacfe 
O.  mykiss,  Sahelima  Sontmfis,  Salmo  trutta,  Rhmtchittys  osculiu.  Catostonws  clarki,  and  C  discobolus. 

95-009590     Clarkson,  Roberl  W.  nnil  Jeffrey  R.  WiJson.  TROUT  BIOMASS  AND  STREAM 

™ 


(Res.  Branch,  Game  &  Pish  Dcp.,  Hiotmlx,  AZ  85023]  Oncorhynchus  apache. 

95-009599  Deacon,  fames  E.;  Francos  R,  Taylor  and  John  W.  Pedretti.  EGG  VIABILITY  AND  ECOLOr.yOF 
DEVILS  HOLE  PUPFISH:  INSIGHTS  FROM  CAPTIVE  PROPAGATION.  Southwest  Nat  40{2);2I6-S3  \m 
(•R  40(4) 

(Univ.  Ncv.,  Las  Vegas,  89154]  Cyprinor/on  diabolis  in  Nevada. 

95-009600  Fusclicr,  Linda  C.  HABITAT  RESTORATION  AND  SEASONAL  HABITAT  USE  BY  NCOSHO 
MADTOMS  (NOWRUS  PtACIDUS),  AND  SPATIO-TEMPORAL  VARIATION  OF  FISH  ASSEMBLAGES  MM 
COTTONWOOD  RIVGR,  KANSAS.  MS.  tlmis,  Emporia  State  Univ.  1 993.  FR  40(4)  rt"LMULMlL>IN  IHt 

^^0(4}  200  mi 


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J5-C09601  Groombridge,  Brian,  editor.  1994  IUCN  RED  LIST  OF  THREATENED  ANIMALS.  IUCN  -  Work! 
CLV.JS.T.  Union  [341  p.]  1993.  Available  at  $30.00  (paper:  ISBN  2-B3  1  7-01  94-5)  from  Island  Press,  Box  7,  Covelo, 
CA9542S.  lel:SOO-B2a-1  302.  FR  40(4) 

95-009602     Hedrick,  Philip  W.;  Dennis  Hedgecock  and  Scot!  Hamelberg.  EFFECTIVE  POPULATION  SIZE  IN 
\-pfNTER-RUN  CHINOOK  SALMON.  Conserv.  Biol.  9(3):61  5-624.  1  995.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 
|  Dep.  Zool.,  Ariz.  Slate  Univ.,  Tempe  B52B1  ]  Oncofhynchus  isha\vytscha  in  California. 

•33-009&03  Hyman,  Jeffrey  B.  and  Kris  Wernstedt.  A  VALUE-INFORMED  FRAMEWORK  FOR 
INTERDISCIPLINARY  ANALYSIS:  APPLICATION  TO  RECOVERY  PLANNING  FOR  SNAKE  RIVER  SALMON. 
Ccnseiv.  Bioi  9(3):625-635.  1  995.  In  English  with  Spanish  summ.  FR  40(4) 

[ManTech  Environ.,  NHEERL-Corvallis,  200  SW  35th  St.,  Corvallis,  OR  97333.  e-mail:jeffh@rna  il.cor.epa.gov! 
Qnccrhynchus  tsha\vytscba  in  the  Columbia  River  and  basin. 

95-009604      McElroy,  Douglas  M.  and  Michael  E.  Douglas.  PATTERNS  OF  MORPHOLOGICAL  VARIATION 
AMONG  ENDANGERED  POPULATIONS  OF  GILA  ROBUS7A  AND  CM  CYPHA  (TELEOSTEI:  CYPRINIDAE) 
IN  THEUPPER  COLORADO  RIVER  BASIN.  Cope/a  1995(3):636-649.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
jDep.  Biol.,  West.  Ky.  Univ.,  Bowling  Green  421  01  [ 

95-OD9605  Modde,  Timothy;  Allan  T.  Scholz;  ).  Holt  Williamson;  G.  Bruce  Haines;  Bob  D.  Burdick  and  Frank 
K.  PfaVer  AN  AUGMENTATION  PLAN  FOR  RAZORBACK  SUCKER  IN  THE  UPPER  COLORADO  RIVER  BASIN. 
L'j?i  snd  Effects  of  Cultured  Fishes  in  Aquatic  Ecosysiems;  Proceedings  of  the  International  Symposium  and 
V,'ofkshop  held  in  Albuquerque,  New  Mexico,  12-J7  March  1994.  Harold  L.  Schramm  Ir.  and  Robert  G.  Piper, 
editors.  Am.  fi5ft.5oc.Symp.  No.  15.  p.  102-11  1.  1995.  FR  40(4} 

fU.S.  Fish  &  Wildl.  Serv.,  Colorado  River  Fish  Proj.,  266  West  100  North,  Suite  2,  Vernal,  UT  84078]  Xyraucnen 


SJ-00960&      Mueller,  Gordon.  INTERAGENCY  WORK  GROUP  ATTEMPTS  TO  SAVE  RAZORBACK  SUCKER 
IN  LAKE  MOHAVE.  Colo.  Plateau  4(2):4-5.  1994.  FR40(4) 
[Nat!.  Biol.  Surv.,  Denver,  CO] 

95-009607  Ross,  Stephen  T.;  Jeremy  G.  Knight  and  S.  David  Wilkins.  LONGITUDINAL  OCCURRENCE  OF 
THE  BAYOU  DARTER  (PERCIDAE:  £7HEOSTOM/\  RUIiRUM)  IN  BAYOU  PIERRE  -A  RESPONSE  TO  STREAM 
ORDER  OR  HABITAT  AVAILABILITY?  Fish  Communities  and  Population  Parameters  Related  to  River  Longitudinal 
Patterns:  Second  International  Symposium  on  the  Ecology  of  Fluvial  Fishes,  Held  in  Lodz,  Poland,  23-26  August, 
S93B.  John  7/iorpe,  editor.  Pol.  Arch.  Hydrobiot.  37(1-2):22l-233.  1990.  FR  40(4} 

95-GQ96G3  Ryder,  Oliver  A.  ZOOLOGICAL  PARKS  AND  CONSERVATION  OF  BIOLOGICAL  DIVERSITY: 
LINKING  EX  SITU  AND  IN  SITU  CONSERVATION  EFFORTS,  focus  On:  Wildlife  Conservation  and  the 
Ptefovation  of  Biodiversity.  Mate  A.  Stem  and  Sharon  K.  Cillenwater,  editors.  ).  Environ.  &  Dev,  4{2):105-120. 
1995,  FR40{4) 

[Cent  Reprod.  Endangered  Species,  Zool.  Soc.,  San  Diego,  CA] 

95-009609  ScHer,  Phil.  RESEARCH  HATCHERY  STUDIES.  Colo.  Div.  Wildl.  Pes.  Rev.  No.  2.  p.  44-47.  1  993. 
FR40H} 

Qncorhynchus  darki  slomias  and  Ptychocheitus  luckis  in  Colorado. 

95-O09610      Simon,  Benjamin  M.;  Craig  S.  Leff  and  Harvey  Doerksen.  ALLOCATING  SCARCE  RESOURCES 
FOR  ENDANGERED  SPECIES  RECOVERY./.  Policy  Anal.  Manage.  M(3):415-432.  1995.  FR  40(4) 
{Dep.  Interior,  Off.  Policy  Analysis,  Washington,  DC) 

95-GO96  1  1  Simon,  Thomas  P.;  Thomas  M.  Brandt;  Kerry  G.  Graves  and  Bobby  G.  Whileside.  ONTOGENY 
AND  DESCRIPTION  OFEGCS,  LARVAE,  AND  EARLYJUVENILES  OF  THE  FOUNTAIN  DARTER,  EJHEOSJOMA 
FONHCOLA.  Southwest.  Wat.  40(2):  208-2  15.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

[Large  Rivers  Res.  Sin.,  119  Diana  Rd,,  Box  96,  Ogden  Dunes,  IN  46368| 

95-OO96  1  2     Trammel!,  Melissa;  Eric  Bergersen  and  Patrick  Martinez.  EVALUATION  OF  AN  INTRODUCTION 
OF  COLORADO  SQUAWFJSH  IN  A  MAIN  STEM  IMPOUNDMENT  ON  THE  WHITE  RIVER,  COLORADO. 
Colo.  Div  Wiffll.  Res,  Rev.  No.  2.  p.  49-50.  1993.  FR  40(4) 
Ptyfhachcilus  Indus. 

95-00961  3  Williams,  Jack  E.  THREATENED  FISHES  OFTHE  WORLD:  PIAGOP1ERUS  ARGENJISSIMUS-  COPE, 
lar^tCYPRINlDACJ.fnmon.  Biol.  Fishes  43(4);40Q.  1995.  FR  40(4)  ..... 

[Div.  Wildl-  &  Fish.,  U.S.  Bur.  Land  Manage.,  Dep.  Interior,  Washington,  DC  20240)  Cyprtnella  tutrensis  in  the 
Coforada  River  basin. 

95-Q09&14  Wilirams,  Jack  E.  THREATENED  FISHES  OFTHE  WORLD:  C/WBOJMXOB/U5  WILLIAMS  &  BOND, 
1  930  (CYPRINIDAE).  Environ.  Biol.  Fishes  43(3):294.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

{Div.  Wildl.  &  Fish,,  Bur,  Land  Manage.,  Dep,  Interior,  Washington,  DC  20240] 


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Symposia  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review 

Burgeren  Warren  W.,  editor.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  4th  INTERNATIONAL  CONGRESS  OF  COMPARATIVE 
PHYSIOLOGY  AND  BIOCHEMISTRY,  BIRMINGHAM,  UK,  6-11  AUGUST  1995.  Physiol.  Zoo!.  68(-l)Suppl. 
Sect.:1-198.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|Dep.  Biol.  Sci.,  Univ.  Nev.,  Box  454004,  Us  Vegas  69154-4004.  le1:702-895-3780;  fax:702-895-47<U; 
e-mail :kfilt@ccmail.nevada,edu |  Separately  paginated  section  at  back  of  issue.  Selected  paper  and  abstract 
indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Bulh  Donald  G.,  coordinator.  AMERICAN  ELASMOBRANCH  SOCIETY  SYMPOSIUM  ON  ELASMODRANCI I 
GENETICS.  PAPERS  FROM  THE  JUNE  1992  SYMPOSIUM.  Cope/a  1995(3}:525-S76. 1995.  FR  40(4) 
Individual  papers  indexed  in  this  issue'  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Claridge  Michael  F,  coordinator.  SPECIAL  ISSUE:  SYSTEMATICS  AGENDA  2000  -  PAPERS  FROM  A  MEETING 
HELD  ATTHE  ROYAL  SOCIETY,  LONDON,  12  APRIL  1 994.  Biodiveis.  Conserv.  4(5):45I-519.  1995.  FU  40(J| 
(School  Pure  &  Appl.  Biol.,  Univ.  Wares  Cardiff,  Cardiff  CF1  STL,  Wales]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  thfs  issued 
Fisheries  Review. 

Ehfers  Manfred;  David  R.Steinerand  James  B.  Johnston.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  AN  INTERNATIONAL  WORKSHOP 
ON  REQUIREMENTS  FOR  INTEGRATED  GEOGRAPHIC  INFORMATION  SYSTEMS,  2-3  FEBRUARY  W4,NEW 
ORLEANS,  LOUISIANA.  Environ.  Res.  inst.  Mich.  (ERIM)  1 65p.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

IISPA,  Univ.  Osnabrueck-Vechla,  Vechta,  Germany]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  at  Fisheries  (fewnv. 

Elliott,  Mike  and  Jean.Paul  Ducratoy,  editors.  ENVIRONMENTAL  PERSPECTIVES  FOR  THE  NORTHERN  SfAS" 
PROCEEDINGS  OF  ENVIRONMENT  NORTHERN  SEAS  '93,  HELD  IN  STAVANGAR,  NORWAY,  2-1  TO  27 
AUGUST,  1993.  Mar.  folhit.  Bull.  29(64 2}:253-660.  1 994.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Appl.  Biol.,  Hull  Univ.,  Hull,  England]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Ervik,A.;  P.  Kupka  Hansen  and  V.Wennevik,  editors.  PROCEEDINGS  OFTHECANADA-NORWAY  WORKSHOP 
ON  ENVIRONMENTAL  IMPACTS  OF  AQUACULTURE,  flsken  Have!  No.  1 3.  1 35p.  1994.  FR  40(4) 

[Nordnesparken  2,  P.O.  Box  1870  Nordnes,  N-5024  Hergen,  Norway.  lel:+47  55  23  35  21;  fax:*47  55  2] 
85  86]  Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Frank,  RobynC,  editor.  U.S.  AGRICULTURAL  INFORMATION  NETWORK  NATIONAL CONFERENCE-'RURAl 
INFORMATION  AT  THE  CROSSROADS:  ISSUES  AND  OPPORTUNITIES/  AUBURN  UNIVERSITY,  AUBURN, 
ALABAMA,  OCTOBER  28-30,  1993  -SELECTED  PAPERS,  /,  Agrlc.  &  Foot!  Inf.  3(1):3-105.  1 995.  FR  40(4) 
Selected  papers  indexed  in  (his  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Carricio,  J.  1;  S.  G.  Mosa  and  ].  N.  Volatile.  [THE  FISH  YIELD  ON  THE  LARGE  RIVERS  IN  SALTA  PROVINCE, 
ARGENTINA.  FINAL  REPORT  OF  THE  WORKSHOP,  FACULTAD  DE  CIENCIAS  NATURALES,  UNIVERSIOAD 
NACIONAL  DE  SALTA,  SALTA,  ARGENTINA,  NOVEMBER  3,  1909.)  Mane/o  fauna  ft/W  Teen.  l(l):l-9.  1950, 
In  Spanish  with  English  sumrn,  FR  40(4} 

Harper,  David  M.,  editor.  COARSE  FISH  ECOLOGY:  FOURTH  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON  TIU 
ECOLOGY  OF  FLUVIAL  FISHES,  HELD  IN  PULTUSK,  POLAND,  23-26  JUNE,  1993.  Pol.  Arch,  l-lydfobio). 
41(3):269-391, 1994,  FR  40(4) 

[Ecol.  Unit,  Dep.  Zool,  Univ.  Leicester,  University  Rd,,  Leicester  LEI  7RH,  England]  Individual  papers  fnelccK) 
in  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review, 

Hairis,  Rkh-ard  R.;  Rick  Katlelmann;  Hannah  Kerner  and  Jeff  Woled,  editors.  WATERSHEDS  '94:  RESPICT, 
RETHINK,  RESTORE.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  FIFTH  BIENNIAL  WATERSHED  MANAGEMENT  CONrtRENCf, 
ASHLAND,  OREGON,  NOVEMBER  16-18,  1994.  Univ.  Calif.  Water  Resour.  Cent.  Rep.  No.  8&.  148p.  1995. 
Available  (paper:  ISBN  1-887192-02-6)  from  Cent.  Water  &  Wildland  Resour.,  Water  Resour.  Cent.,  Univ.  Call, 
1323  Academic  Surge,  Davis  95616-8750.  tel:91 6-752-8070.  FR  40(4) 

[Dep.  Environ.  Sci.,  Policy  &  Manage.,  163-  Mulford  Hall,  Univ.  Calif,,  Berkeley  94720]  Selected  jiapws  and 
abstracts  indexed  In  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Harvey,  Paul  H.;  Andrew  J.  Leigh  Brown  and  John  Maynard  Smith,  editors.  NEW  USES  FOR  NEW  PHYLOGENIES. 
PAPERS  FROM  A  DISCUSSION  HELD  7  AND  0  DECEMBER  1994.  Phil.  Trans.  R.  Soc.  Lonci.  Ser.  B  Bio/.  5ci 
349(1327):1-l1fl.  1995.  FR  40(4)  |Dep.  Zool.,  Univ.  Oxford,  South  Parks  Rd,,  Oxford  OX1  3PS,  tngfajid] 
Selected  papers  indexed  in  this  issue  of  fisheries  Review. 

Hedrfck,  Ronald  P.  and  James  R.  Winter,  organizers.  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON  AQUATIC  ANfMAL 
HEALTH:  PROG  RAM  AND  ABSTRACTS.  SHERATON  HOTEL,  SEATTLE,  WASHINGTON,  SEPTEMBER  4-H 1994. 
Fish  Heart  5ec(.  Am.  Fish.  Soc.,  £urope<in  Soc.  Fish.  Palhot.,  &  /apanese  Soc  Fish.  Patlioi.  |304p.]  1994,  Volume 
out  of  print;  contact  individual  authors  for  reprints.  FR  40(4) 
Selected  abstracts  Indexed  In  this  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

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Salmon  Hatchery.  [MASU  SALMON  SEMINAR  ABSTRACTS:  38th  SALMON  SEMINAR,  MARCH  18, 
1W-4-  J9th  5AIMON  SEMINAR,  JUNE  8,  1994  and  40th  SALMON  SEMINAR,  NOVEMBER  14,  1994.]  Tech. 
tep.  Hokkaido  Salmon  Haichery  No.  164.  p.  63-73.  1  995.  Abslracts  in  Japanese  or  in  English  and  Japanese.  FR 
•I'V  4  ) 

\fhh.  Agency  Japan,  2-2  Nakanoshima,  Toyohira-ku,  Sapporo  062,  Japan]  Individual  abstracts  indexed  in  ihis 
fisheries  Review.  Oncoriiynchus  in  Ihe  North  Pacific  Ocean. 


Hosper  S  H  ;  R  D.  Gulatl;  L.  van  Liere  and  R.  M.  M.  Rooijackers,  editors.  INTEGRATED  WATER  RESOURCES 
MANAGEMENT:  SELECTED  PROCEEDINGSOFTIVING  WITH  WATER"-THE  INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE 
ON  INTEGRATED  WATER  RESOURCES  MANAGEMENT,  HELD  IN  AMSTERDAM,  THE  NETHERLANDS,  26-29 
SEPTEMBER  1994.  Water  Sd.  Techno/.  31(8,:1-404.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

|lnst.  Wand  Water  Manage.  &  Waste  Water  Treatment,  P.O.  Box  1  7,  8200  AA  Lelystad,  Netherlands]  Selected 
papers  indexed  in  this  issue  oi  fisheries  Review. 


Liarn  A;  Malcolm  C.  M.  Beveridge;  Donald  J.  Baird  and  fames  F.  Muir,  organizers.  SPECIAL  ISSUE: 
AQUACULTURE  AND  WATER  RESOURCE  MANAGEMENT.  PAPERS  FROM  AN  INTERNATIONAL 
SYMPOSIUM  HELD  ATTHEUNIVERSITY  OF  STIRLING,  21-25  )UNE  1994.  Aquacult.  Res.  26(8):513-61  6.  1995. 


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Review, 

Learv,  Leslie  A.;  Anna  Lee  and  Kathy  M.  Togni,  editors.  1994  CORNELL  INTERNATIONAL  LAW  JOURNAL 
SYMPOSIUM  •  GREENING  THE  C.ATT:  SETTING  THE  AGENDA.  Cornell  Int.  Law  /.  27(3):447-859.  1994.  FR 
40<4) 

Selected  papers  indexed  in  Ihis  issue  of  Fisheries  Review. 

Lee,  Wdlon  L.;  Bruce  M.  Bell  and  John  F.  Button.  GUIDELINES  FOR  ACQUISITION  AND  MANAGEMENT  OF 
BIOLOaCALSPECIMENSiAREPORTOFTHEPARTICIPANTSOFACONFERENCEONVOUCHERSPECIMEN 

MANAGEMENT  SPONSORED  UNDER  THE  AUSPICES  OF  THE  COUNCIL  ON  CURATORIAL  METHODS  OF 
THE  ASSOCIATION  OF  SYSTEMATICS  COLLECTIONS.  Assoc.  Sysl.  Collections  42p.  1982.  Available  at  $7.00 
t  paper  ISBN  0^942924-02-9)  from  Assoc.  Syst.  Collections,  730  11  ih  St.,  NW,  Washington,  DC  20001-4521. 
tel:202-347-2&50.  FR  40(4) 

Link  C  Lee  and  Robert  ).  Naiman,  compilers.  PROCEEDINGS  OF  THE  INTERNATIONAL  WORKSHOP  ON  THE 
ECOLOGY  AND  MANAGEMENT  OF  AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL  ECOTONES,  FEBRUARY  14-19,  1994, 
UNIVERSITY  OF  WASHINGTON,  SEATTLE.  Univ.  Wash.  225p.  1994.  FR  40(4)  _ 

(Cant.  Streams  We  Studies,  Univ.  Wash.,  Seattle  90195]  Selecled  papers  and  abstracts  indexed  in  this  issue 
Review. 


Muk,  J.  and  F.  Sevila,  compilers.  MEASURES  FOR  SUCCESS:  ABSTRACTS  OF  CONTRIBUTIONS  PRESENTED 
AT  THE  INTERNATIONAL  CONFERENCE  "BORDEAUX  AQUACULTURE  '94,"  BORDEAUX,  FRANCE,  MARCI- 
23-25,  1  994.  Eur.  /Vrjuacu/r.  Soc.  Spec.  Papers  Pub/.  No.  21.  352p.  1  994.  In  English  or  French.  Available  at  $70  0 
fpapei)  from  Eur.  Aquacult.  Soc.,  Coupure  Rechts  1  68,  B-9000  Gent,  Belgium.  tel:+32  9  223  77  22;  lax:+J^ 
223  7&  04.  The  full  Proceet/i'ngi  of  the  Conference  are  available  from  CEMAGREF,  Dr.  P.  Williot,  Div.  Aquacull. 
&  Peche,  Ave.  verdun,  B.P.  3,  F-3361  1  Gazinet  cedex,  France.  FR  40(4)  . 

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Oiscjan  W.  M.;  Frilz  Schierner  and  Malgorzata  Szlamlnska,  editors.  DEVELOPMENT,  GROWTH  AND  REARING 
OF  FISH  LARVAE  IN  RELATION  OF  CHANGING  THE  ENVIRONMENTAL  DEMANDS:  BASED  ON  A 
WORKSHOP  AT  THE  VI  th  CONGRESS  OF  EUROPEAN  ICHTHYOLOGISTS,  BUDAPEST  HUNGARY  15-19 
AUGUST  1988,  WITH  ADDITIONAL  PAPERS  ON  EARLY  DEVELOPMENTAL  STAGES  OF  FISH.  Pol.  Arch. 
tfydrabiot.  3bH}:433-522.  1939.  FR  40(4) 

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Pwch,  Karel,  editor.  SIXTH  INTERNATIONAL  SYMPOSIUM  ON  REGULATED  STREAMS/  CESKE  .  BUDEJOVICE, 
CZECH  REPUBUC,  3-6  AUGUST  1  994.  Regul.  Rivers  Res.  &  Manage.  1  0(2-4):69-391  .1  995.  FR  -  40(4) 

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Sthtemer^M.ZalewsM  and).  E.Thorpe,  editors.  ™E  IMPORTANCE  ^^ 

FOR  FRESHWATER  FISH:  RESULTS  OF  A  MID-TERM  MEETING  OF  FLIWE,  HELD  IN  LUNZ,  AUSTRIA,  AUGUb  I 

il-StPTEMBER  2,  1992.  Hydroblohgia  303(1  -3);  1-264.  1995.  FR  40(4) 

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',  FEBRUARY  21-2J,  1991.  CaJvesfon  Bay  Nail.  Ls(uary  Program  Put/,  GBNEP-6.  220p.  )9JI. 

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Swain,  HilaryM.,  elal,  coordinators.  BIODIVERSITY  OF  THE  INDIAN 
IN  FORT  PIERCE  FLORIDA,  FEBRUARY  15-16,  ,994.  Bull.  Ma,  £  S 


p-pcn  , 

Tallis,  Jolin  H.;  Hazel  J.  Norman  and  Richard  A.  Benton,  editors  INTELCOL 


,  UNITED  KINGDOM. 

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Thorpe,  John,  editor.  FISH  COMMUNITIES  AND  POPULATION 


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The  Red  Panda,  Olongos,  Coatis,  Raccoons,  and  iheir  Relatives  (in  English  and  Spanish],  by  Angela  R.  Cl.ilsltm, 
1994.  \,iii  +  I03p.  IUCN,  Cambridge,  England.  Available  at  $16.00  (paper:  ISJ1N  2-8317-0046.9)  from  Island 
Press,  Box  7,  Covelo,  CA  95428  (tel:800-828-1  302) 

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Water  Quality  and  Stress  Indicators  in  Marine  and  Freshwater  Ecosystems:  Unking  Levels  of 
(IndK'iduals,  Populations,  Communities),  edited  by  David  W.  Sutcliffe.  1994.  Available  at  $53.00  (p.i|)i>r:  LSIIN 
0-900386-54-1}  from  Freshwater  Biol,  Assoc,  The  Ferry  House,  Far  Sawrey,  Ambli'side,  Cumbria  I.A22  Ol.P, 
England  (tel:44-5  3-944-2  468) 


FR  40(4) 


208 


I9D5 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


K. 


S, 


'-008336 


Leonardo  Andrei 


, 

15-008959 
;rna,     R  . 
15-0075  ^5 

•fo^s  r     n<lll 
15-007075 
:hi,    Shinj 
>5-OD77«o 
"•Q07771 


DanleL 


J5-007160 
)5-007225 
M,    A. 
95-007  75C 

95-00  a  ASA 

95-OQSS26 

as,    C.      E. 
95-OO75f,6 
M,    Colin    C, 
95-OOBODO 
rss,    Dotigias 
95-OOS358 
95-OOSftl!) 
ns,    Peter  0 
95-GO9455 
.19,    V  .      D. 


II. 


n5,    VI  ILlam  J. 

95-OOSQ63 
lun  ,  F  ay  nwmd 

95-OOQ236 
il-Ma&tikd,  H. 

95-DOB760 
:lmaii  ,  I  .  R. 

95-000142 
Lie,  Alphonae 

95-OO9285 
Lard,  R.  D. 


95-OOS701 

ane  ,     R  . 
95-00851'- 

anas  *  ev  .   K..    I. 

95-007970 
arval  ,  Chitra 

95-OOS9'i9 
copra  ,  C. 

95-OO73" 
nese  ,  Jcan-Ftancois 


. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Agnlaola ,    C. 
55-007761 
AiiosLinho,   Augclo  A. 

95 -0093 U 
AgosLinho,    Angelo  Autoulo 

95-008109 
Agrndi ,    E. 

95-00730d 
Aguilar-ManJacrez,    J. 

95-007'.17 
Agnilar,   N.   M. 

95-0075'i7 
Ahmad,    Javeod 

95-0075'i  8 
Ahne,    W. 

95-008711 
Ahnelt,    llnrald 

95-008762 
Alda,    K. 

95-007670 

Atda,    Katauml 

95-007550 

95-007551 

Ainsworth,    A.   J. 

95-008537 
Alraksinftii,    S. 

95-007766 

Akamine,    Tatsuro 

95-009256 

95-009560 

Akesson,    Bcnijt 

95-008995 
Akstor,    H.    A. 
95-007D/.9 
AL-Gliaiy,    S.    H. 

95-00886'i 
Al-Hassan.   t.-    A.   J. 

95-0083'i3 
Al-Hohamnadl,   JaHBlm  S. 

95-007270 
Al-Salili,    M.    J. 

95-007076 
Alban,    Hownnl 

95-008123 

Albright,   L.    J. 

95-007896 

95-008828 

95-008B29 

Albro,' Phillip  W. 

95-OOBB70 
Alcnraz,   G. 

95-008865 
Aldegunde,   H. 
95-007838 
Aldunate,   Reljeca 

95-007'.  70 
Alehaandrov,   Yu.   V. 

95-008098 
Alexander,   Charles  B. 

95-007902 
Alexander,    Howard  C. 

95-008911 
Alexander,   Martin 

95-008859 
Alexander,   R.   McN. 

95-007'.50 
Alhnma,   J. 

95-OOBQ96 
All,   Aliyaudln  D. 

95-009415 
All,   T.   S. 

95-008343 

Allno,   P.  M. 

95-009520 

Allan,   Geoff  L. 

95-007240 


95-0075'i5 


FR 


209 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Allen,   liob 

95-007379 
Allen,  Ccrahl  R. 

95-00831  (i 

93-QOfl37G 
Allen,  Paul 

95-OOHH66 
Allcndnrf,  Krcil  W. 

95-009187 
Almaca.  Carlo.? 

95-008377 

95-0090L5 
Alnaila,  V,  C. 

95-007509 
Almadfi,  Vll.oi1  C. 

95-008317 
Almeida  Toledo,  I.  K, 

95-007933 
Almeida,  Armando  J, 

95-008:)  17 

95-009«7 
Altjnan,  YIK  S. 

95-009239 
Altcinglitun,  J  .  D. 

95-00751,3 
Alvarez,  F. 

95-OOS622 
Alverscn,  ftaytun  L. 

95-009016 
Ainano,  Masafuml 

95-007550 

95-007551 
Airaara,  Hachld 

95-008276 
Anlard-TriqiitJt.,  C, 

95-008321 
Anor  ,P.  A  . 

95-009571 
Ansnndseti,  Pef-Arnc 

Q5-OOB1B1 
Andersen,  R.  J  . 

95-008787 
Anderson,  B.  S. 

95-008867 
Anderson,  l>.  P. 

D5-007552 

95-007676 
Anderson,  Donald  M. 

95-009097 
Anderson,  Douglas  P. 

95-007136 

95-OOBA85 
Arirterson,  Gacy 

95-007877 
Anderson,  Henry  A. 

95-008935 
Anderson,  I  an 


95-OD909B 
Anderson,  Ronald  D. 

95-008916 

95-008919 
Anderson,  Stephanie  J. 

95-007380 
Anderson,  Todd  W. 

95-0081B2 
Anderson,  Trevor  A. 

95-007321 
Anderson,  W.  G. 

95-007553 
Andersaon,  Eliaahet 

95-007903 
Ando,  Masaaki 

95-007864 
Andreasen,  Linda  L. 

95-00916D 


Andreoun,    L.    E. 

95-OOflOOl 
Andren,  Anders  W. 

95-008039 
Andres,  M.  D. 

95-007838 
And  resell,  Stclnar 

95-00945& 
Andrews,  P.  L.  R. 

95-007554 

95-007S30 
Andriyaahev,  A.  P. 

95-008310 
Ang,  K.  J, 

95-0072fiB 
Anganuzzi,  Alejtindro 

95-008169 
Angermeler,  Paul  L. 

95-008319 

95-008369 
Angui  s ,  V . 

95-008036 
Ankley,  Gerald  T, 

05-008958 
Antclif fe,  Bonnie 

95-0092'.0 
Anthony,  Ann  Maria 

95-U09017 
Anlhounrd,  H. 

95-U07307 

95-007308 

95-007309 

95-007323 

95-0080'i3 
Antonio,  D,  B. 

95-008635 
Anulacion,  II.  F. 

95-008860 
Anzeiiriache  rova ,  E . 

95-007555 
Aoki,  T. 

95-008565 
Aokl,  Takashl 

95-007904 

95-007948 

95-008542 
Aozasa,  0. 

95-008846 

95-008945 
Appclbaiun,  Somuel 

95-007310 
Applcyard,  G, 

95-007703 
Aral,  Nobuakl 

95-007451 
Arakawa,  C.  K. 

95-008639 
Arakawa i  Cindy  K. 

95-008741 
Aralar,  E. 

95-008960 
Arce,  Steve  H. 

95-009189 
Atculco,  M. 

95-007260 
Ardelt,  Thomas  C. 

95-007556 

95-008763 
Acslla,  Maxlnillicn 

95-008705 
Arena,  Werner 

95-008066 
Argue,  Brad  J, 

95-007193 
Arias,  Covadonga  n. 

95-008487 


210 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


A  ff  1  1x1  1  o  ,    M  . 

95-008734 
ArkTi  ipov.   A.    C. 


Aikush,    K.    H. 
95-OC1B61& 
ATI-MS  1'fintr,    Frlda  Msirla 


95-00880 

95-008H14 

«-l)  1)8827 
An:*Mir,  KemiGLh  J  . 

95-G07877 
Armstrong,  Davlil  A. 


rong,   Janet.  1.. 


Armstrong,    K.    D. 
9=1-007077 

ArnJl,    llaiiHRCiir 


Arii.il,    IUjTinuy 

95-UOT3U 
Ari^csc-ii,  ArtiR  Ml  kit  I 

95-OOSlfll 
Arnoacn,  J.  A- 

95-OOSiiS9 
Arnolil,  KfthEi't. 


Avoti^fion,   LJ. 

9S-G07357 

Acura,    Shnl  I 


ArtTilii}[Um,    Angcln    IE. 
95-CIO'JOIfl 
r. 


Art  Lire  h    A  .    P  , 

95-OD945B 
Arvlv,    Hoy 
9S-00707* 


,    Havlii 


Assls,    CarliiH  A. 


ALlnnil,    A. 

9.1!-  (I  OH  8  31 
A  I  rail  i  St.ovcn  H. 

95-04M24.1 
Anbln,  Antolnc 


Auctat,    Celine 
9S-007HI31 

Aulcrlcli,    H,    J. 
95-008910 

Amid,    A. 

95-007261 
95-007559 

Auce,    J. 

95-009506 

AusL,    Steven 
95-OOflB59 


Austin,    B. 

95-008490 

95-008491 

95-OOB585 
Austin,  ]).  A. 

95-008491 
Avault,  JaniGs  W.  ,  Jr. 

95-007078 
Awaiss,  A. 

95-007312 
Awakura,  Teruhiko 

95-OOB637 
AwaLuddin,  Almnti  Bt. 

95-007262 
Axclrod,  Herbert  II. 

95-007381 

Axclfliion,    H. 

95-007560 

95-0076B5 

Axelsson,    Michael 

95-007605 
Ayson,  Felix  G. 

95-007561 

Ayynppan,    S. 

95-007365 

95-007315 

Aznar,   Itoaa 

95-008487 
Aziuiia,    Teruo 
95-009582 
Daanante,    I.   V. 

95-0077'i5 
Babaltik,  J.  A. 

95-008075 
llabaluk,  John  A. 

95-008289 
BabeiiKein,  Mark 

95-008776 
Babiarss,  Chclstopher  L. 

95-OOB639 
ilach,  Leslie  B, 

93-009583 
Bachen,  Bruce  A. 

95-009161 
llacklel,  Tadcusz 

95-007194 
Bacon,  J.  Richard 

95-007432 
Bfido,  J.  C. 

93-007079 
Bncr,  Charles  F. 

95-008002 
llagclii,   M.   H. 
93-008837 
Baguet,    F. 

93-007803 
llai,  S.  C. 

.95-007562 
Bailey,  J.  Franklin 

95-008704 
Bailey,  Haritza  E. 

95-008852 
Daird,  D. 

95-009434 

Baird,    D.   J. 

95-008201 

Baird,  Donald  J. 

95-007102 

95-OOB9B7 

Dakal,    R.    S. 

95-007563 

95-007610 

Bakal,   Robert  S. 

95-008435 

95-008869 

Baker,   C.   R. 

95-00852B 


FR  40(4) 


211 


1993 


AUTHOR  INDKX 


Baker,    K.    P. 

95-007586 
Baker,  .lolin  A. 

95-00606? 
D^ker,  Michael  C. 

95-007195 
Baker,  H,  I,. 

95-OQ8IH7 
Raker,  R.  T.  H. 

95-007313 
Raker,  Robert  L. 

95-008185 
Bakes,  Michael  J. 

95-007564 
Eiikker,  'Hi en  C.  H, 

95-OOH003 
Bakova,  C.  G. 

95-U()92'i2 
Bakuwol,  P. 

95-OG785S 
Bala,  S, 

95-007531 
Balad-on,  S.  B. 

95-007271 
Ralanov,  A.  A, 

95-QQ8186 

95-OU8379 
nalasvibrarowlan,  S. 

95-008972 
Baldwin,  Jason  Marc 

95-009130 

Bales,  Wesley  D, 

95-007779 
Baleatrini,  Raffaella 

95-008885 
Balfry,  S.  K. 

95-008492 
Ballnt,  T. 

95-008996 
Balirwa,  J,  S. 

95-009286 
Ball,  S.  L. 

95-008187 
Ball,  Shelley  L. 

93-008185 
Ball,  Shelley  Lynne 

95-008188 
Balladaras,  R. 

95-007190 
Ballantyne,  C,  L. 

95-OOBOOB 
Ballantyne,  J.  S. 

95-007717 
Balra,  P.  H.  M. 

95-007565 

95-008965 
Baluent.,  R.  J, 

95-007696 

95-007856 

95-007874 
Balraent,  Richard  J. 

95-D07877 
Balogun,  A.  H. 

95-007314 
Baloni,  Shlv  Prasad 

95-008106 
Balshine-Earn,  Sigal 

95-OOS004 
Ban,  Naaatoshi 

95-007139 

95-007315 

95-007566 
Banarescu,  Petru  H, 

95-009313 


Ilanbiira,    Jerzy 
95-009433 

Band  in,    I. 
95  -00  8589 
95-008743 

Danerjec,    K.    K. 
95-007196 

Banes,  M,    H, 
95-006973 

Bands  i    N. 

95-007567 
95-007732 

Bar/an,   Philippe 
95-009090 

tlaraa,   K. 
95-007228 
95-  007'.  19 


Barata,    Eduardo  H, 

95-008317 
Barber,  Witlnrd  E. 

95-008S32 
DarLbcau,  S.  D. 


flarja,  J.  L. 
95-008519 
95-000586 
95-008609 
95-008713 

Barker,   G.    A. 
95-00  a/i  19 

Barker,    S.    A. 
95-OOB't82 

Barlaup,    B.    T. 


Darlaup,    Djom  T. 

95-009L72 
Borlough,    J.    K. 

95-0086.30 
Barlow,    C. 

95-007373 
liarnoa,  Michael  K, 

95-  0071  40 
Barnes,  It,    K,   K. 

95-009428 
Baroiller,    J.    F. 

95-009580 
flarrlga,   C. 

95-007597 
Bnrrionuevo  ,    W,    H. 

95-007568 
Barren,  Mace  G. 

95-008S70 
Bari-os,  Nello  D. 

95-009429 
Barrows,    Edward  M. 

95-008005 
Barry,   Terence   p. 

95-00756!> 
Barsa,  William  H. 

95-OOB333 
Bartel,   Ryss-.ard 

95-008155 
Dartols,    Andrew  D. 

95-009316 
flarth,   T. 
95-007555 
95-007609 
Barthel,   Linda  K, 

95-007517 
Barthelerny,   Lucieu 

95-007819 
BarthoLomaw,   J.   L. 

95-908639 

Earth  ova,    J. 

95-007555 


Ffi  40(4) 


212 


1*1 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


...COSTIKUELI.  .. 
Burthavn.    J. 

95-0076&9 
JaiLlcy,    [Invlii    M. 

9S-007U+1 

9  5-  DO  7000 
Barns  i   Vl.iist.iinl  1 


95-0069*6 


,    ME|  , 


1,. 


95-OOBIJ06 
iS,    Awl  r  CM   H. 
91-007^07 
95-0079  H7 
slrtipi    ftEil  r 

9!i-oim>tiR 


to  MI,    T.    K- 

iu? 
.    n. 
'Jf*0 
s,    W.     N. 


tni'lu,    V,     I. 

95-  01)727  f! 
ucft,    fJ. 

95  -007  HI  3 

llllln,      If'.       l.ilU 


li.ni  vl  IIP  in  i  ,    C. 
11-007007 
Hsxtor,    tlliarlos  It. 

<J5-QIK)'t55 
Hayclnlinov,    A.-    1'. 


Raylltf  ,    Ullllani    H, 

•)'j-on  11692 
friiyne.,    llavitl  B. 


Hral,    Jeffrey   I.  . 

95-n«9H[> 
DoAncailfi  rf  fti'(    Rnymonil   C,    P. 

-  F.    V.     II. 


Ucrkloy,    I-  .    K. 


R, 


91-C07S37 
Bccr.litiif,,  S.  C- 

45-GOHGO/ 
Dceman,  Jolin  W. 

95  -  007  1  'i  2 
beers,  Cody 


Ilcgoul  ,    M.    I.  . 

95-007311J 
llngiun,  fJlionsia 

9.li-OHB672 
Gaitinger,  T.  L. 

95-OOOB73 
DeltLitgct,  Thomaa  L. 

95-009561 
Qaja,  Pedro 

95-000060 
acklioglu,  Herycm 

95  -00  7  '.4  5 


Belaud,    Kcnnctli   F. 

95-009229 
Bclanger,  Denlsc 

95-009133 
Belaud,  Alain 

95-009099 
Dclcau,  Marshall  H. 

95-007/.5'. 

95-0080&8 


Bulk,    M.    C. 

95-008275 
Bell,    Bruce  H. 

95-009571 
Hell,    C. 

95-007645 

Hell,   Michael  A. 

95-007934 

95-008069 

95-008070 

95-008300 

Ballanger  i    Chris  tclle 

95-008876 

llelle,    Sebastian 

95-007302 

95-007599 

ncllemd,    B.    L. 

95-008641 

95-008642 

Bolosevic,   H. 

95-007873 

Belova,   H.    V. 

95-009119 

Benech,   Vincent 

95-009317 
Benetti,   D.    D. 

95-007570 
llengtson,   D.    A. 

95-007456 
Bengtsoni   David  A. 

95-008190 
Bunhamou,    Simon 

95-009243 
Bermanl,    Sanaa 

95-007725 
Bennett,   A.    J. 

95-008515 
Bennett,   W.    A. 

95-008873 
Bennett,   Wayne  A. 

95-009561 
Bennett,  William  A. 

95-009430 
Benoit,   Janina  M. 

95-008839 
Ben  ton,  H.   J. 

95-008381 
Ben  ton,   Uichard  A. 

95-009087 
Benz,    G.    W. 

95-008765 
Beran,   George  W, 

95-OOB421 
Beresford,   Donna  L. 

95-008B74 
Berg,  Martin  B. 

95-009365 
Berg,   Toril 

95-007163 

Bergeron,    P. 

95-008189 

Bergeraen,    Eric 

95-008361 

95-009612 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


E.srg*r;ii1.   Oiltl   Aksel 


Berlin,   K.    Da  r  re  11 

95-OOHS50 
Bern,  II.  A. 

9  5  -00  765  9 

95-007823 
Bern,  ItDvard  A. 


Bcrni.    1'. 

95-008612 
Bcrnlnger.  K. 

95-008875 
Herovldes,  Vicente 

95-009318 
lierrebi,  P. 

95-006403 
Be  r  th  UIKV.C  ,  Lauren  L 

!)5-008705 
Berti,  R. 

95-008159 
fiorlolini,  J,  H, 

95-008494 
Be  r  Iran,  Douglas  F. 

95-009218 
Enr^Eenyi,  Galior 

9S-  006041 
Dcsscau,  Laurence 


s,    E. 


Rest.  0.  A. 

95-006910 
Bettoti,  Phillip  W. 

15-008282 
Beverlilge,  H,  C.  M. 

95-007080 

95-007119 

95-007196 

95-OQ732<. 

95-008201 
BBveridge,  Halcolm  C.  H. 

95-007102 
fleverley-Burion,  M. 

95-008766 
Bhagat,  H.  J. 

95-008276 
Bhamtart,  B.  s. 

95-008277 
Bhaunlk,  lltpal 

95-007199 
EMkajee,  H. 

95-009101 
Blddinger,  Gregory  R, 

95-QOS863 
Bleniarz.  Krzysztof 

95-007571 

55-007572 

95-0076(10 
BUring,  E. 


95-008695 

,   Russell  C. 
95-009121 
Bljvehls,  Marcel  J.  C 
95-007573 


UiU.ird,    R. 

95-007300 
liillarii,  Roland 

95-0075/1 

95-007591 
Itirtlsong,  Ray  S. 

95-0083B2 
Biro,  Peter 

95-009312 
Blron,  Michel 

95-QQ19QQ 
Bis,  Jl. 

95-009412 
Bisazza,  A. 

95-007901 
Blsanaa,  Augelo 


Blsbal,    G.    A. 
95-G07456 
Bisbal  ,    Gustavo  A. 

95-008190 
Blaht,    fi.    S, 
95-008628 
Bjerring,    liana   C. 

95-007457 
BJorilnl  ,    Asniund 

95-0087167 
Bjorklund,    H. 

95-000715 
Bjorklund  ,   H.    V. 

95-00868'! 
Bjornsclottlr,    R. 

95-009196 
Blachuta,    Jan 

95-009319 
Black,    BeeDee 

95-009423 
Black,    Geoff 
95-008140 
Black,    K. 

95-007286 
Black,    K.    D. 
95-008833 
Black,    Melissa 

95-007909 
Black,    Michael 

95-009504 
Blackburn,    J.    M. 

95-00865Q 
Blackburn,    N.    T, 

93-OOB497 

Blackwell,    Hrian  G. 
95-008191 
95-OOS27B 
Blair,    James  H. 

95-007779 
Blalae,    C. 

95-OD8905 
Blaise,    Cliristlan 

95-008906 
Blake,    3. 
95-008685 
95-000736 
Blakasley,    Barbara  A. 


BlancheLon,    J,    P. 

95-007269 
Blancheton  ,  Jean-Taul 

95-007263 
Blandon,  Ivonne  R, 

95-0091B3 

95-009213 
Blankenshlp,  H,  Lee 

95-009162 
Blaylock,  Bonnie  P, 

'95-009001 


214 


AUTIIOH    INDEX 


linki'iiy  ,    Knvi'H 

ft  •  tittttii'i't 
Eoll  van,    Hii.    K 


olull,     lll'illl    M. 


loon,    Jan   I*. 
^5-006908 

iiooB,   Susannc 
"35  - 


FB 


ISaoLh,    Anthony   J  , 

93-OQ7'iGO 
BooHand,    L.   M. 

95-008f)86 
Boo l.oii,    Gregory 

95-007909 
Bool.on,    Gregory  C. 

95-007955 
Uorger,    R. 

95-00757!> 
HotgaLefiilc,    F.   H.   M. 

95-008779 
Borja,    A. 

95-0070B2 
Borodullna,    0.    D. 

95-008'i06 
Bovovskiiya,    G.    A. 

95-0077'.2 
Borrf'back,   IJ. 
95-007576 
Dorucinska,   J . 

93-008765 

llosnkowski,   Thomas 
95-007175 
95-007191 

BOHt.OCk,     J. 

95-007083 
Bouchard,  Marie-Cliiintal 

95-008192 
Douchcr,    P. 

95-008687 
lloudewijn.   Tlieo  J. 

95-009290 
Bougoussa,   Muriel 

95-007571 
Boulx,    G. 

55-007809 

Boiijarcl,   Thierry 

95-007317 

93-007318 

Bourniaud,   C.   A.    F. 

95-007809 
lloutllier,   R.    G. 

95-007637 
Itouvct,    V. 

95-007910 
Bouwes,   Nicolaas  W.,   Jr. 

95-008359 
Bowclen,   T.   J. 
95-008502 
Elowennaii,   W.  W. 

95-008910 
nowie,   A.    J. 
95-009127 
Bowles,    Edward  C. 

95-009163 
Bowman,   James  R- 

95-007084 
Bowne,   Patricia  S. 

05-008383 

Bowser,   P.   R- 

95-008688 

Dowser,   Paul  R. 

95-008422 

93-008702 

95-008707 

Box  tucker,   Jeff 

95-009175 

Boyd,   Claude  E. 

95-007085 

95-007243 

95-007245 

95-007U9 

95-007420 

Boyos,   Kimberly 

95-007911 


215 


1995 


AUTHOU    INDEX 


Boyle,   C.   R. 

95-  0096ftl 
Boyle,    R. 

95-007796 
Drab  rand,  A. 

95-008193 
Bracken,    Barry  E, 

95-008333 
Bradford.    Rodney   (!. 

95-008156 
Bradstiaw,    C. 

95-007468 
B  ralim  ,    J  . 

95-007078 
Braincrd,    Elizabeth   !., 

95-C0754G 
Branchaurt,    A. 

95-008977 
Brancker,   W.   H. 

95-007303 

95-007561 
Brandenburg,  Alan 

95-00916H 
Brandt,    Stephen  !t. 

95-008216 
Brandt,    Thomas  H. 

95-009611 
Brannan,    Elobert  G. 

95-007220 
Branrias,    Evn 

95-008071 
Branson,    Branley  Allan 

95-007383 
Branson,    E. 

95-007303 
Branson,    E.  J. 

95-007541 
flranstetter,  Steven 

95-009462 
Brattegard,  Torlciv 

95-008363 
arattgjerd,  A. 

95-008500 
Brauner,    C.  J. 

95-007577 

95-008008 
Brechin,    J. 

95-007666 
Brecka,   Brian  J. 

95-007319 
Brecrnanh  A.  M. 

95-00831^ 
Broil,    Pascal 

95-009323 
Breininger,  David  tt. 

.  95-  009450 
Brerale,    Cud  run 

95-Q08B77 
Bremner,   Allan 

115-0095*5 
Brennan,  Nathan  P. 

95-009189 
Breton,   Bernard 

95-007571 

95-007793 
Bcetschko,  C. 

95-009320 
BceuiL,  G. 

95-007809 
Bclcknell,   I, 

95-ODB515 
Brickncll,   I,  R. 


.  .  .CONTINUED.  . 
Bridges,    C.    R. 

95-007042 
Brill,    R.    W. 

95-007570 
Brinkmeyerr,    R- 

95-007320 
flrlstow,    G.    A. 

95-008664 
flrisi,    Francisco   ,1- 


93-006502 

Bridges,   C.   R. 

95-007578 


L. 


Brock,    J.    A. 
95-008750 
Brocklebnnk  ,    John    R  . 

95-008503 
Uroderius,    Steven   J. 

95-008S7B 
Brokken,    E,    S. 

95-OOH575 
Drokkcn,   L, 

95-007821 
Bromage,    Niall 

95-0070H6 
Bromley,    Peter   J. 

95-009563 
Broiimark,    C. 

95-008110 
Bronzi,   P. 

95-007306 

95-007588 
Brooks,    J.   H. 

95-009011 
Brooks,   James  M. 

95-008834 

95-008849 
Brooks,   Janet  A. 

95-008994 
Brooks,   Robert 

95-008009 
Brouha,   Paul 

95-009019 
Broussard,   M. 

95-009070 
Broils  sard,    M,    C, 

95-007087 
Dvovtsyna  ,    Nina   R  . 

95-007898 
Brown,    Andrew   J.    I.eigli 

95-007943 
Brown,   Daniel  R. 

95-007143 

95-008504 
Brown,   Donald  H. 

95-008993 
Brown,   Gayle 

95-007978 
Brown,   George  G. 

95-007200 
Brown,   Grant  E. 

95-008012 
Brown,   J.   A. 

95-008879 
Brown,   L.   L. 

95-008505 
Brown,   Luther 

95-008160 
Brown  i  Lydla  A. 

95-007579 
Brown,  Michael  L. 

95-008278 

95-008300 
Brown,   P.   U. 

95-007354 
Brown,  William  J. 

95-008321 

Bruchhof,   B. 

95-008697 


40(4) 


216 


AUTIKW    IN1JEX 


95-DOS114 
BrwiWMgo,  Ma  LI  hew  J. 

95-»[J93B4 
Biuiio.  llnvitl  W. 

05-008645 
Gruniy,  Joinitl'cr  l.o« 

55-OU7201 


,    M.    II. 


'J5-00918G 


Iiu-liiiiiLin,    TK    V. 

95-007151 
DLCko,    D. 

9S-007'i6t 
Bm:k  |py,    A.-    A, 
lK.7 
,    I..    !>• 

ii'ifi 

BiiBflOVi    Vlr.l.oi'   K. 


Huge  tt.,    K.   M. 

9!i-C]U7<)12 
ftuimin,   I3.    A. 

gri-ii04!iOf> 

Hulnk,    -laiiics 


S. 
hovo,    I.-    S. 

-m].*)?/! 

s,    iUiliiM-L,  A. 
-iinT.rifiii 
.'k,    C. 


95-OOH77H 

Fllon  ,    T.    K. 


llnrgoss,    P.   ,1. 
9r.-(IOfKifi:i 

luiraeNfi,    Warrisn  K. 


BiifBRi"*1".    Warren  W. 

93-0073111 
Ihirkutl,    Holi.!i-l 


Hiirktiniil,    Lawrence  I1. 

QS-fioaaiU 

liirl  lnRhani-.lolins«n,    AJny 


riiftt-l,    K.    G. 
95-QU7732 


95-OOBOOO 

ISiirnliamh    Tom  Ij. 

95-OOQ507 


Ducvown,   Michael  T. 

95-008010 
Bursian,    S.   J. 

95-000910 
Burton,    M.    P.   H. 

95-007502 
Burton,    Tainara   H. 

95-008652 
Bury,    N.    H. 

95-008883 
llusack,   C.   A. 
93-007912 
Dusack,   Craig  A. 

Q5-D07914 
llusby,    Derfik   S. 

95-009'.50 

Busch,    it.    A. 

95-000^23 

95-008579 

Hush,    B. 

95-OOB901 
ilutn,   Harko 

95-009'.23 
Butakov,   Ye.    A. 

95-008385 

Buth,   Donald  G. 

95-007915 

95-007916 

IHitler,    D.   G. 

95-007583 

Butler,   John  L. 


W. 


Hutterwortli,    Peter 

95-007931 
Buxton,   Colin  D. 

95-007460 
Buynak,    Gerard   L. 
95-008124 
93-009164 
Bylin,   V.    I. 
95-009523 
Byrne,    P.    J. 
95-007729 
95-008665 
Byun,   Dae-Seok 
95-007663 
95-007603 
Cabo  Bravo,    Carmen 

95-008507 
Calio,   C. 

93-008359 
Cabreta-Febola, 

93-008195 
Cacal,    S.   H. 
93-008819 
Cnceci,   T. 

35-007837 
Caccci,   Thomas 

95-007527 
Catliou,    Yvon 
95-008876 
Ca£ini,   H. 

95-0085  '.4 
Cahu,    G.   L. 

95-007584 
Caillere,   Louis 

95-008165 
Calra,   J.    N. 
95-008765 
Caithness,    Neil 

95-008009 
Caldwell,   Colleen  A. 

95-008508 
Calle,    Paul  P. 

95-008689 

Callender,   M.    G. 

95-007782 


217 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


c     s 

' 


Ccirvallio,    G. 

95-009022 

Casey,    J.    G, 

95-OOS765 

Casey,    J.    W. 

55-DD8GB8 

Casey,    James   H. 

55-OOS707 
Cashner,    R-    C. 

95-000092 
Casillas,    E. 
95-008'iflD 
Cassaiii ,   John   R. 

05-0091615 
Casselman,    John  M. 

95-009326 

CasLejon,    C. 

95-007567 

•95-007752 

Castle,    P.    H.    J. 

95-008386 
Castro,    Bernardino  fi 

95-008252 
Castro,    .lose 
95 - 00 74 66 
Caswell-Reno,    P. 

95- 000465 
Caswell-Reno,    P.   A. 

95-008742 
Catalan,    V. 

95-007190 
Catatdi,    E. 

95-0-07538 
CatflLdl,    Euiilla 

95-00746,1 

Cataudella,    S. 

95-00726'i 

95-0075Sa 

95-OOS153 

CataudeLla,    Stafaiio 

95-007465 
Gates,  Brian  C. 

95-007177 
Cathcort,   H. 
95-00863'! 
Cattani,    0. 

95-007587 
Caughley,   Graejiie 

95-009023 
Cavender,    Ted 

95-007955 
Ccccaeelli,    R . 

95-007265 
Cecclilni,    S, 
95-008612 
Cech,    Joseph  J  .  ,    Jr. 

95-00773Q 
Cepeda,   C. 

95-008743 
C&ronlo,    A.    D. 

95-007202 
Cerra,  H.    c. 
95-007589 
Cerri,   D. 

95-008612 
CesancJt,    William  E. 

95-009015 
Ceschla,    G. 

95-0&951/I 
Cha,    Seong  Sig 

93-009355 
Chacko,  A,   Jim 

95-000624 

Chacon-Torres,    Acturo 
95-009167 
95-009310 


218 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Chahal,    K.    K. 

93-007171 
Cha  ir,   Mohammed 

95-00&M1 


M,    H. 


95-007203 
Chakrabort.1,  N, 

95-007295 
ChakraliorLl,  I>, 

95-OOQ213 
Chanie,  S. 

95-OOflSBG 
Chan,  S.-I., 

95-01)3956 
Chanillnr  ,  Mark 

95-00790'J 


93-0079<K> 

Chandler,    Murk  I). 
93-007517 

Cliandmbose,    11. 

95-00721(1 
Chan£,  Ching-Fiing 

95-0075'JO 
Chang,  Chung-  Soon 

55-007951 
Cliang,  Ifui-Yiin 

95-0079.1S 
Chang,  X.-ll, 


Ctinnncsliappn,    K.    T. 

95-007446 
Chiinl.aiiwaiiBi  Somclial 

55-1)08572 
Chan,  T.  M. 

95-0117718 
Cllap<niili,  A. 

35-OUB322 


Cliapniiin  ,    F'ntnk  A. 

95  -OURS  (id 
Chiirloci,  NlcolQ 

95-007197 
r.hiirnovl  IK  ,  lit.cvft 

95-009025 
th^riols,  II. 

95-0070M 

95  -  1)072  fiQ 
Chnsc.,  Krlalcn  I.. 

g-i-  007910 


S.    A. 


LhEiiiorJcc,    J.    <). 

95-007J99 
Clint  l.ci|i!i  liyay,  (J,  N. 

05-00921:1 
Chanitliiir!  ,  K.  S. 

95-009251 
Chauvand  ,  LunrctH. 

95-007S9L 
Chavez-Ramos,  H  limbo  r  to 

95-OOFU26 
Chaatil  ,  Ann 

95-OOS953 
Chonli,  S,  H. 

95-007248 
Chebanov,  N.  A. 


Chclazai,    1,, 

95-000159 
Chen  fJuanzliEi) 

95-007723 
Chen,  C.  T. 

95-OOB153 
Chen,  C.-T. 

95-007952 
Chen,  Chc-Tsung 

95-007918 


Chebotnrcva,    Marina  A. 
95-007898 


Chen,    Cliili-Cheng 

95-OOfl709 
Chan,  .Jciiu  P. 

95-008387 
Chan,  S.-J. 

95-0086Qfi 
Chen,  T.  T. 

95-007823 
Chen  ,  Yong 

95-OOB2B1 
Cticng  Shiilping 

93-0090U 
Chenawcth,  Daniel  L. 

95-008327 
Cheniova,  N.  V. 

95-008318 
Cheasor,  Ronald  K. 

95-0089'J'i 
Cheuiifj  ,  Paul 

95-OOB424 

95-008425 
Chevrc,  E. 

95-007323 
Chevrcull,  Marc 

95-008887 
Cliiba,  A. 

95-007533 
Chien,  M.  S. 

95-OOB616 
Chiller,  Oavld 

95-0076'.! 
Chlotti,  Tliomas 

95-008776 
Chlppari,  A. 

95-007753 
Chin,  S.  F. 

95-007304 
Chivcrs,  D.  P. 

95-008011 
Chive  ITS,  Douglas  P. 

95-008012 
Chmilevskly,  D.  A. 

95-007592 
Clio,  Young-Je 

93-007377 
Choi  ,  Byeong-Dae 

95-007093 
Choi,  H.  S. 

95-007674 
Choi,  Hoon-Sul 

95-008B88 
Choi,  Sang-Duk 

95-008770 
Choi  ,  Young-  Joon 

95-007377 

95-007693 
Cliol,  Youn 

93-008397 
Cliou,  B.  R. 

95-007762 
Chou,  Hain-Yiu 

95-007590 
Chou,  R. 

95-007718 
Choubert,  G. 

95-007144 


FR  4 


219 


1995 


AUTHOR   IHDEX 


95-007371 

95-0(17421 
ChoilJhui'i  ,  J. 

95-0078'iO 
Ctioutihuri  i  J-  V. 

95-00775't 
Choudhury,  H. 

95-009131 
Choudhury,  M.ihadev 

95-008085 
Chowdhury,  H.  B.  H. 

95-008512 
Christensen,  Brian 

95-009237 
Chrlstenscn,  Hikkel  S. 

95-007069 
Chrlstensen,  Peter  J. 

95-009238 
Christiansen,  J.  S. 

95-008909 
Christiansen,  R. 

95-007593 
Christie,  K.  E. 

95-008690 

95-008706 
Chrlstophersen,  B, 

95-007576 
Chu,  Fu-Un  E. 

95-007594 
Chunng,  Jel-Cheng 

95-007361 
Chung,  C.  D. 

95-008*47 
Chung,  Cheng-Dar 

95-008551 

95-008552 

Chung,  K.  C. 

95-00788(1 
Chung,  K.  s. 

95-007595 
Chung,  Kyung  S. 

95-008013 
Chung,  Yong-Jin 

95-00763H 
Ciecotli,  E. 

95-OD7588 

95-008158 
Clccotti,  Eleonora 

95-0071165 
Ciembor,  P.  C. 

95-008513 
Cincotta,  D.  A. 

95-008327 

95-009026 
Cincotta,  Dan  A. 

95-0083^ 
Ciprlann,  Rocco  C. 

95-008530 

95-008893 
Cisncrcs-Mata,  Miguel  A. 

95-009595 
Cisnoroa,  Miguel  A. 

95-009596 
Ciuchlnl,  F. 

95-008514 
Claramunt  q.,  Gabriel 

95-008126 
Claramunt,  Gabriel 

95-008131 
Clarldge,  Michael  F. 

95-009027 
Clack,  D. 

95-007109 
Clark,  Eugenic 

95-007466 


Clark,   J. 

95-008(157 
Clark,  John  II. 

95-009062 
Clark,  Julia  A. 

95-007256 

95-0073'i7 
Clark,  Kerry  B. 

95-009'.5[I 
Clark,  Kevin 

95-007240 
Clarke,  Dave 

95-00738/1 
Clarke,  H.  ElizaljcM 

95-007817 
Clarkson,  Robert  W. 

9r>-  (109597 

95-00959H 
Clnussen,  Julie  K. 

95-007975 
Claws  on,  Joseph  A. 

95-007f)HO 
Clem,  L.  W. 

95  -00  7  71,  6 

95  -00,8623 
Clemons,  F.. 

95-00(1488 
Cleniighnn,  C. 

95-009327 
Cleveland,  Tim  A, 


Clocclilntti,    S. 

95-0072611 
Coates,  Michael  1. 

95-007920 
Coehran,  I'hlllp  A. 

95-009370 
Cockram,  C.  S. 

95-007596 
Codd,  G.  A. 

95-OOBB83 
Coelho,  H.  M. 

95-007921 

95-00932S 
Coeurdacier,  J  ,  L. 

95-007809 
Cole,  K.  S. 

95-OOB127 
Colo,  Sam 

95-009075 
Co  Ionian,  G, 

95-008513 
Coletti,  Ted 

95-007385 
Colin,  P.  L. 

95-0081  '.5 
Collarca-Pertilrn,  M.  .1  . 

95-00932B 
CollareB-Porclra,  Marlf* 

95-OOQ2B5 
Collnaos,  H.  E. 

95-007597 
Collier,  T,  K. 

95-008868 
Collier,  Tracy  K. 

95-OOS993 
Collins,  Joseph  T. 

95-008328 
Collins,  I,  A, 

95-OOB516 

95-008517 
Collina,  Mark  R. 

95-009151 
Collins,  Richard  0. 

93-OOB645 
Colmorgon,  Hichaal 

95-007598 


FR  40(4) 


220 


AUTIIOli    INDEX 


ColonibJcii.     I. 

95-QOC150 
return,  Unhurt.  !. 

95-  Dims:! 
Combs,  G.  F. 

95-OOH77!) 
Cotntols,  Vvrs 


CoLljiilulnil  ,    J, 
Q!i-HGH.fi'H 
Con  loii,   -I  .    Mldiatil 


Connor,   Rii'tmril   C. 
95-  nono?  3 

Con  rail,   -Ion  M. 


Conic,    Frail   K- 

9^-OH7:>:il 
l',oii,t.  reras-H.  ,  Sill 

95-ooyioa 
QinLrcrna  ,  .1. 

<IS-<K)t!<i:H 
Cuni  rcrfln  ,  .1.  M  . 

iJi-ntiBf.fi  'i 
Cunk  v  A. 


Cciuki    Siis;in   II. 

flS-oo'Mrid 

Conhn,    -f  llll 

gi-nugn^'j 

ETotlpiif,     1  1  .     H. 


CUO|,K>  r  ,    Jnhu 

'JS-ClGWad 
Coti|>i>l-,    Keith    H. 


r«Hi|ior,    It.    K. 
grj-iioin  111 

9S-mift.')5'i 
(.!cui|K<r  ,    llt>lici" 


Lu 


,   TlkoiiuiH  Wnuley 
tl. 


K. 


Corim,   <',r 


Cort,    T. 

'>-i-on 

Corlcai,    I', 


Cosaon,    J. 

95-007300 
Cojtson,  Jacky 

95-007391 
CoflBon,  ft.  P. 


CoHl.a-l'ieuco,    Biirry   A. 

93-007^16 
CosUillo,    M.    J. 

95-007171 


Cot.a  Mc/a,    Maria  Soleclad 

95-007fi67 
Col-tell,  1). 

95-007757 
Cot.Lrcll  ,  Klfliy  D. 

95-009  16B 
Couch,  J.  A. 

95-008091 
CoullUird,  Cnthcrlnc  M. 

93-OOB835 

<J5-009133 
Coujmr,  Dacljarn  E.  H. 

95-OOH701 
Ciiurl.oiiay,  WnlUor  R,,  .Ir. 

95-009169 

CllVON  ,     D. 

95-007267 

95-007'.  29 
Cowen,  I'ct.nr 

95-007300 
Cowx  ,  Ian  fi  . 

95-00807't 
Cox,  M. 

95-007794 
tlox,  Mike 

95-00779rj 
(IraliLriH!,  Roy 


Cracraf  L,   Joel 

95-0090ZB 
Craig,   .T.    F. 
95-000075 
tli-aml),    G. 

95-007733 
Cramh,   Gordon 

93-007922 
Crane,   M.    S. 

95-OOB692. 
Cravcdi,   J.    I'. 

95-007336 
Crawford,   Drew  1.. 

95-008111 

90-008120 
Crawford,   Uabort  A. 

93-008550 
Crawford,    Robert  J.   M. 

95-OOH19G 
Crcpoau,   Helcne 

95-009275 
Cresswall,    Frances  P. 

93-009f>05 
Grim,    L.   W. 

95-0011062 
Cripps,   Simon  J. 

95-0071'i5 
Cross,   Dcvorly  A. 

95-006111 
Cross,   Frank  B. 

95-008328 
Cross,   Gerald  II. 

95-00906A 
Cross,   T. 

95-007329 

95-007338 
Crowley,   L.    E.    L.   H. 

95-007520 
Crozier,  H,    W. 

95-009331 
Crumpton,    Joe  E. 

95-009177 


FH   '(0(4) 


221 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


f'.i-utehf  ield,    .John  II.  ,    Jr. 

9!i-009170 
Cruz-NiHO,  A.  P. 

95-007601 
Csrinyl,  Vllcios 

95-OOB041 
i:*;w;is,  tmro 

95-007205 
Cutilenaerc,  J. 

95-007549 
CulverhnubD,  Philip  F. 

95-01)9573 
Cumlngs,  Earle  V, 

95-009332 
Qirran,  Gary  A. 

95-007517 

Currens,  Kenneth  P. 

95-0079U 
Currle,  David  J. 

95-008974 
Curtin,  ti.  A. 

90-007737 
Cutler,  Christopher  P. 

95-007922 
Cuirln,  .1.  H. 

95-008519 
Czarna,  Zofia 

95-0089/,7 
D'Silva,  A.  H. 

95-007^22 
D'Sllva,  Aeclo  Houra 

95-007206 
da  Costa,  0.  T.  F. 

95-007865 
Dabrousfca,  Henry ka 

95-009008 

95-009009 
Dabrowskl,  Koiirad 

95-007350 
Dabrovski,  Roman 

95-007146 
Dadsvell,  Michael  J. 

95-006097 
Dahlberg,  Michael 

95-009234 
Dahlln,  Katherlne  A. 

95-009455 
Daigle,  Caetan 

95-009275 
Dalsgaard,  I. 

95-008520 

95-008521 
Dalsgaard,  Inger 

95-008536 

Darasgard,  Borge 

95-008181 
Daniels,  Christopher  B. 

95-007602 

95-007603 
Dnnitowicz,  Bret  S. 

95-008034 
Canton,  K. 

95-008703 
Dantzker,  Hare 

95-OOH002 
Das,  B.  K. 

95-008892 
Das,  K.  H. 

95-007483 
Das,  H.  K. 

95-008426 

95-008646 

95-008773 
Das,  P.  B. 

95-008426 


.  .  .CONTINUED.  .  . 
Das,    P.    D. 

95  -0004.5  6 
Una,    H,    K. 

95-009235 
Dass,    S.    H. 

95-007076 

liatta,    N.    C. 

95-008653 

95-008777 

Daulia,    Francis 

95-009099 
Davenptirt  ,    J  . 

95-007400 

Davciipntrt  ,    .Jolui 

95-0080X6 

95-000431 

David,    Andrew   W. 

95-007469 

95-009567 

David,    lihlan 

95-  00903.  U 

Davids  ,    Gees 

95-009937 

Davidson,    G.    A. 

95-OOB301 
Davlcs,    Melissa   [,.    I1. 

95-007604 
Davles,    S.    J. 

95-007313 
Davis,    Jane 

95-007550 
Davis,    Kcniielli    D. 

95-007211 
Davis,    N.    W. 
95-007775 
Davis,    Handall    Z. 

95-008112 
Davis,    S,    W. 
95-OOH6't7 
Davis,    Tamara   F. 


Davis,   Wllliari  P. 
95-OOH329 
95-009451 
Davison,    H. 
95-007560 
95-0076H5 
Dnvlson,    William 

95-007605 
Dawc,    D. 

95-008513 
Dawe,    S.    C. 

95-008658 
Dawson,    Ci.    A. 

95-008910 
Dawson,    Vcrdel  K. 

95-0071SO 
Day,   K.    R. 

95-OOa270 
Day,   Robert  A. 

95-009/150 
de  Alneida-Vai,    V.  M.    K, 

95-007606 

95-007865 
De  Boeck,    G. 

95-007*07 

95-007608 
de  Castro,    Fable 

95-009461 
do  Ciachomski,    Janinn  D. 

95-008177 
De  Domlnis,    S, 

95-000514 
De  Dominls,    Stcfano 

95-008522 
De  Froese,    Dunne   E. 

93-009132 


FR  40(4) 


322 


AUTIIOK    INDEX 


Or  l,,i   IViiii    I'lililus,    l.uls    Kolmiil" 
JP  1,,1,-liU'n   lUni  I  I  l;i,    l-'r.inrl  HCII 


lie  [illvli'ii,    Kill    V. 

'r>-<Hm:uv 

Hi'  Sllv.H    .Si'llil    S. 

n-<M~ny.\ 

Ac  Vrlivi,    ]l.    A. 

r>-mw: 
DC,   II.    K. 


Ul'DI'till,     YVI!M 

w-(m;*iJ5 

l)i>lin»1nil  ,    I'.    V. 


luir,    M. 
9S-OOH779 
iiccmt-R,    Marc 


Dl'lllil  r(!  ,       Diivlll     l,(!t)l 


Dl'IIKM'.S  i     I1', 


DiHiiHoii,    Nli'-liiii>l    H. 

93-00895(1 
DuniilM,  Clyilis  W. 

').')-  DOOM  If) 
I)«iml»,  1*.  M. 

95-007610 
Onimls,  1'iiLrlda  H. 

'J3-008629 
DiMi.iliiw,  Nnni:y  1), 


])(>HHIIHII'(;  ,   Clirlsl.  1  no 
<J5-00(152:i 
<J5-008(1')3 


iialH!,    Hub 
(J5-007'J9J 
npiH'i1;  i   1). 

<J3-OOV22H 

HNiir,    S,    S. 


n<>vi;Ha,   S. 

<J!)-<HWfiO<J 
|}i>Vi-lon,  A.  I. 

'JS-007611 

93-007810 
lliiVriHH,  Unnn 

93-009KIO 
Di'wan,  ii  , 

9S-00719B 
Downr.  II. 


95-00770'J 
UflWLtl,  Kobci-t 

95-009*23 
Hoy,  K.  ('•• 

95-00(1712 
DRnlnuulKC,  Y.  Y. 

95-OOR077 

95-ooaaao 

DRC!lntniI/.e,   Yuclj   Yu 


M-00(lr>ll 


1)1  1  1!  i  ulii  p  ,   Tonzl 
'J5-0070B5 

Dhi  lion,    A.    K. 
93-007*71 

Di  IllLutto,   M. 
95-007265 
95-007715 

Di  Mnrco,   P. 
9S-007588 

DI  Santo,  0. 
95-007586 


VR 


223 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


DiananL,    A. 

93-007821 

Diamond,    Stephen  A. 
95-008894 
95-008895 
Dia?  do  Astarloa,    J.    M. 

95-007-472 
Diaz  Diaz,    Osi-ar 

95-008173 
Dlaz-Mewlo!!,    F,    M. 

Q5-008S96 
Diaz,  Marilyn 

95-007925 
Diaz,  Nelson  K. 

95-OOS129 
niBitcLto,  H, 
95-007288 
DiCcnzo,  Victor  J. 

95-000282 
Dirk,  Caroline  Jacinla 

95-009103 

Dickhoff,   Walton  W. 
95-007148 
95-007755 
Dickson,  K.   A. 

95-007186 
Diederen,   J,   H.   B. 

95-007821 

Ulehl,    Sebastian 

95-008202 

95-009289 

Dietrich,    Daniel   H. 

95-008979 
Diggles,    D.   K. 

95-008648 
Dlggs,  Daniel  H. 

95-007177 
Digtitnan,   D.  A. 

95-007973 
Dljkstra,  Lucette 

95-007926 
Dlkov,  Tzvetan 

95-009337 
Dilworth-Christine,   Pamela  H. 

95-008203 
Oiraa,   E. 

95-007115 
Dinneen,  Pat. 
95-007434 
Dirksen,   Sjoerd 

95-009290 
Ditz,  Karen  L. 

95-008405 
Divanacti,  P. 
95-007309 
95-007323 
95-007337 
95-007338 
95-007192 
95-007494 
95-008043 
Dlvanach,  Pascal 

95-009547 
Dixon,  B.  A. 
95-007794 
Dtxon,   Beverly 

95-007795 

Dixon.  D.   George 

93-008961 

95-009003 

DJordJevU,  s.  P 

95-008615 


95-007938 
93-008403 

Tony  J. 
95-008916 


Bobeirt.,  Hnyiii 
95-007000 

Dobosz  ,  S  tef 
95-007572 


Uoclicrty,    J. 

95-007733 
Dodson  ,  J  . 

95-OOH362 
Dodson,  Julian  .1  . 

<?r>-oofitt:i-r. 

DDdson,    Vtsi-non  H, 

95-OOB935 
DodsKOflh,  H.  J. 

'JJj-008515 
DoerkBcn  ,  \\u  cvr.y 

05-009610 
Dohiitu,  Nanyn 


Doke,   Jeffrey   1,. 

95-009291 
Dolz,   IfiunliarC-o 

95-0089  SG 
Uoiiagliy,    M.    J, 

93-007927 

Hdllilldsim,    F,.    M. 

95-007612 

9.1  -00  799  <} 

DonaU,     !•", 

95-00726fl 
DoTUla,    M. 

95-0072fiH 
D-opa?.o,    C.     1'. 

95-0087(i3 
Doi-es  ,    Robert    M, 

93-OQ7<Jfl() 
Dorovsklkh,    II.    S, 

95  -009  2  4  (i 
Dorson,    M. 

95-000693 
das   Santos,    Jorge 

95-OOa2C)4 
DusdaL,    A. 

93-00726<> 
Doughty,    G,    K, 

95-007160 
Douglas,    Mlchuol    K 

95-00960'* 
Douglaa,    ft.    ]1. 

95-007613 
Doulrln,    C, 
95-007473 
95-007479 
95-0076U 

Downhower,    Jerry  F. 
95-0074  7<t 
95-OOf31CO 
Doyle,    R.    W. 
95-007928 

Drawbridge,    Mark  A, 

95-007906 

95-009171 

95-009182 

Drletlzic,    W.    R. 

95-007801 
DfQQsaler,    K. 
95-  0086  14 
Drolet,   fl,    s. 

95-008680 
Droat,   Maarten   U. 

95-008092 
du   Preez,    H,    H. 

93-007202 
du  Precz,   Hein   H. 
95-OOB9B4 

Dominich 
95-008929 


ra 


224 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


D  nc  rotoy  ,   J  e  an  -Pan  1 


Dudgeon,    D. 

95-008205 
Duff,  Donald 

95-007174 

riuis,  K. 

95-00732'i 
Dukerschoin,  ,1.  Tliurese 

93*009316 
Dul  lonelier  ,  Pel  LPT 

95-007475 
Chin*  re  sq,  Charles  G, 


Ehinoiit.  ,    Pierre 

95-  008929 
Duncan,  A. 

95-005116 
Duncan,  Kainoiiii  Kiit-lierlue 

95-0088*)? 
Dunham,  Hex  A, 

95-007913 
Dunn,  Katli-erlne  A., 

95-007929 
Durbln,  M. 

95-0081*10 
Diirborow.  It.  H. 

95-009565 
Durin.  F. 

95-007091 
Dutll,  Joan-Denis 

95-0077B5 
Dutll,  I.ucic  T. 

95-009133 
Dtitla,  Itinm  H. 

95-007'i75 
Dtivall,  Catherine  J. 

93-008206 
EJvoryanctiikov,  G.  A. 

95-OOBOU1 
Dwlvedi,  !t.  K. 

95-009152 
Dvycr.  William  P. 

95-0071-r)0 
DJ.C,  I!.  M. 

95-007612 
Dyer  ,  Hrn.ce  H. 


tadcs,    HI  chard 

95-007071 
ETiiles,  J.  G, 

95-007C8& 
Eaton  ,  John  G. 

95-007092 
Ettton,  V,  D. 

95-008169* 
Echavarrla  lleraa,  Hector 

95-009273 
Eckcrt,  TlLOKias  II. 

55-009300 
Eckmiiun,  H. 

05-000292 
Ethnann,  Reiner 

95-OOB161 
Eddy,  F,  M. 

Q5-OD77'i(| 

95-OOBBS3 
Ecleaon,  W.  R. 

95-007093 
E<lon,  Annabel  IB  M.  T. 

95-009136 
Eclat  torn,  Anders 

95-007615 
Edwards,  A. 

95-007286 
Eggers,  Douglas  M. 

05-009338 


KBElnton,    s. 

95-007f.l6 

95-007617 
Eggseli,  G. 

95-OOtl'.H9 
Kgycil,  Harlkn 

95-00897'. 
Ehlers,  Manfred 

95-009fi66 
Eikebrokk,  B. 

95-007151 
Eilertson,  Carnicn  D. 

95-007618 
Elrsiirsdottir,  Inglbjorg  E. 

95-007776 
Eiriksaon,  Gudmundur 

95-009'iG5 
Eitncr.  Blaise  J. 

95-OOB38B 
Ektov,  Peter 

95-OOB202 
El  Ahcd,  A. 

95-008921 
El-Dahlia i- ,  A.  A. 

95-007325 
El-Dchaimi,  Abdcl-Azlz 

95-007270 
El-Gharabawy,  M.  M. 

95-007099 
El-Habback,  H. 

95-000928 
El-Ma tboull,  M. 

95-OOBG49 

95-008050 

95-008654 
El-Saycd,  Abdcl-Fattnli  M. 

95-007270 
Elder,  John  F. ,  Jr. 

95-007930 
Elger-Lonzarich,  Mary 

95-007'.7ft 
Elliott,  Craig  R.  N. 

95-009112 
Elliott,  fl.  G. 

95-008523 
Elliott,  J.  A. 

95-007019 
Elliott,  J.  M. 

95-007619 
Elliott,  Mike 

95-009466 
Elliott,  Nicholas  G. 

95-00756'. 
Ellis,  A.  E. 

95-008501 

95-008502 

95-008538 
Ellis,  J,  R. 

95-007477 
Ellis,  Pat 

95-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
Elston,  Ralph 

95-008427 
Ely,  Dert 

95-007925 
Emato,  Arail  C. 

95-00720B 
Endler,  John  A. 

95-008014 
Endo,  H. 

95-008565 

95-008917 
Endresen,  C, 

95-007621 


FR 


225 


1995 


AUTHOK    INDEX 


Ercolini,   A. 

y>-0(>315<) 
Erlrksnu,  Jui  IP  K. 

95-Of)S567 
Ericksou.  Wallace  P. 

95-00  3b32 
trkhiiiro,  .1, 

95-GOH162 
Emit.,  Bill 

'JS-OOH906 
Ervik,  A. 


9^-009506 
Krvlk,  Anie 

9^-007095 
Er/ini,  Kariin 

95-iJ09.i29 
Escaffrs,  Anne-Marie 


Ksch,   G,   W. 

95-008760 
Eshltaugh,   W,   Hartly 


iiina,   S. 
M-OOHH65 

quivpl  Herrera,   Alfonso 


Estay,   Francisco 

9S-OOB129 
Eslerbaucr,  Hans 

95-006078 
Euro,  II.  E. 

95-OI1B761) 
Evans,  Clivn  w. 

95-OUB874 
Ev.ins,  Cj-ntlila 

95-OOB69S 
tvrtns,  Utiia 

9^-009593 
Evans,  J. 


Evans,    J.    J. 

1'"  008990 
Evans,  Joyce  E. 

95-008922 
lv«ns,  Rebecca  L. 

95-007449 
Evelyn,  T.  I1.  T. 

55-007696 

95-QQH492 

9V  00  8503 
95-009753 
Evendcn,  AnJrtw  J. 
95-008S31 


Eveiiscn,    0. 

95-007B06 

95-008500 

95-ODB506 

9-5-008G03 

95-0086<lfl 
EveraarLs,    Jail   M. 


Evgeujcva,    T.    P. 

95-007170 
Evjcn,   ^f.    S. 
95-007332 
Ewcns,    S, 

95-007S07 

95-00877* 

95-OOQ813 

05-00081'. 

Ewing,   M.    S. 

95-008651 

Ewing,    R,    D. 

95-007152 

95-007153 

Ewillg,    S-    K. 

95-007152 

EyLorsdotlir,    A. 

95-008*^6 
Ezura  i    Yoahio 

95-OOH739 
Ezure,  Mutsuko 

95-007154 
Fabfari,    E. 

95-007G20 
Faber,   Joaepli  E. 

95-007932 
Faceiolo,    li.    M. 

95-007589 
Fagbcnro,    0.    A. 

95-007314 
Fagbcnro,    OyeiJapo 

95-007326 
Fago,    A. 

95-007H79 
t'ahay,   Michael    P. 

95-008065 
Faivre,   B. 

95-008563 
Fallau,    Shantla  S. 

95-008163 
Falls,   William  W. 

95-009210 
Fan  ,    Z  . 


Fang,    J. 

95-009011 
Fang,,  Leo-sliing 

95-008152 
Pants:,  John  Rosa,  Jr. 

95-009339 
FAO  of  tho  UN 

95-009133 

95-009136 

95-009137 

95-009518 

95-009549 
FarlHS,  C. 

95-008526 
Parrel  1,  A.  P. 

95-007363 
Kartell,  Anthony  P. 

95-007639 

95-008933 
Fashclmk,  D.  Ya. 

95-0081&4 
Faudonneau  ,  B, 

95-007336 

95-007473 


FR  40(4) 


226 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


.  .  .  CMTIKUED.  . 

riUtcoimcaii,    B. 
95-007479 
05-007614 


Fa  11  1  1  ,    John 


Fan  re  i    A  . 

95-007473 
F<m;a  Fol.t.crsEiii,    E, 

95-007621 


m,   Kol>e-rL   (J. 
95-OCS2fi't 
Fedorov,    V,    V. 
95-005369 


FoU(.    S.    W, 

95-1)074  (.I 


15-0117307 
Ferguson,  II,  W. 

15-007729 

13-OUS557 

15-009663 
Ferguson,  Hugh  VI. 

15-OCIFJ749 
Kurjiuson,  II. 


Fefjjustm  ,    Yvonne 

flS-OOflia? 
Kcn.ii  ,  C. 

55-D07672 
Fojinin,  A.  C, 

^15-007271 
Vn-riiiinJos  ,  Carlos  A. 

OS-OGHZI}? 
I'c  ninnOcH  ,  I--  M  . 


!  nmnclcy  ,    M.    N  . 


F«?  Ellilllll^V.  i     XllllOIUl 

05-008129 
F<!in;indo,   C.    II. 


FP  rrcira,    A,    J- 

9!i--CKW293 
Ferrer  i  .   C.    Paola 


Ferruri  ,    F. 

95-OD726/. 
FLuilllrL-CHrnrd,  H. 

9.1-007(198 
J'lRucraa  ,  A. 

Q5-ODB331 

95-OOB699 

55-000736 
FlKufiroa,  Felipe 

95-007989 
Fl  gucron,  I,u  is 

95-003806 
Flndlay,  Robert  II. 

95-GQ91Q5 


Fink,    William  L. 

95-0075^'. 
Finley ,  Lue 

95-00738H 

95-00828'. 
Finn,  R,  N. 

95-007023 
Finn,  Syrmia 

95-009093 
Flnola,  M.  G. 

95-00726'. 
Floglic,  K.  1). 

95-00762'i 
Fli-oozl,  FaLlmli 

95-0090fi3 
Fischer,  U. 

95-007625 
Fisher,  Daniel  J. 

95-008900 
Fisher,  J.  P. 

95-008775 

95-008901 
Fisher,  Jeffrey  P. 

95-008776 
Fisher,  Lester  E. 

95-007096 
Fi  aken,  Fiona  A. 

95-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
FitzGerald,  Gerard  J. 

95-008154 
Fitzgerald,  R, 

95-007329 
Fltuhugh,  Gary  R. 

95-007626 
Fives,  Julie  N. 

95-008198 

95-008199 

95-0083116 
Fjellheim,  Arne 

95-009172 

95-009197 
FlaEBi  Thomas  A. 

95-007155 

95-007156 

95-007173 

95-009173 
Flntla,  Jan 

95-009467 
Fletcher,  Stephen  W. 

95-009439 
Flicklngcr,  Stephen  A. 

95-007428 

95-007439 

95-007440 
Fllk,  G. 

95-007627 
Fllk,  Gert 

95-007573 
Flood,  P.  R. 

95-OOG690 

95-008706 
Flynt,  Richard  D. 

95-007112 
Focken,  Ulfert 

95-007628 
Fodor,  Sharon  K. 

95-009707 
Foglio,  H. 

95-007359 
Folkins,  D, 

95-008694 
Follett,  Jill  E. 

95-008652 
Folmar,  Leroy  C. 

95-008902 


FR  40(4) 


227 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Fung,    lark 

95-01)73(19 
Fontaine ,  !'. 

'J5-007M3 
Fnii  tan  a ,  Jioch-lleniard 

T.-007327 
IVjill  iini  1  las  i  ,1 .  ['.. 

95-007452 
ford,  [..  A. 

(}5-{jOfl52S 
Ford,  I.  a  i  is;i  A  . 

95-00852.1 

9ri-()OSrj29 

<>  5- (JOS')  3  (I 

95-008S93 
ford,  Richard  F. 

95-009171 

95-009182 
Forest! .  F, 

95-007933 

Forguii,   J. 

95-007629 
Fonnacion,  H.  J. 

95-007630 
Fomlcki,  Krzsztof 

95-007631 
Fornasier,  Ann 

9fi-009'.6B 
Forsberg,  Odd  Inge 

95-007157 
Forahage,  Allen  A. 

95-009174 
Forstcr,  H. 

95-007560 

95-007683 
Furstcr,  Malcolm 

95-007605 
Furticr,  Louis 

95-008208 

95-008209 

95-009169 
Fortisr,  HarLln 

95-008208 

95-009469 
Fortin,  R. 

95-OOS162 
Fortin,  Rcjena 

95-008929 
Foster,  Craig  A. 

95-009157 
Foster,  Susan  A. 

95-007934 

95-008015 

95-008069 

95-008070 
Fournie,  J.  W. 

95-008903 

95-009005 
Fouz,  B. 

95-008531 
Fowler,  Kelly  p. 

95-007220 
fox,  Jefferson 

95-009250 
Fozzard,  I.  R, 

95-007109 
Franc i,  o. 

95-007488 
Francis-Floyd,  R. 

95-007209 

95-008667 
Francis-Floyd,  Ruth 

95-007210 


.  .  .CONTINUED,  .  . 
Francis  -Floyd  ,    Etuth 

95-007272 

95-003428 

<)5-OOH'.29 

95-OQH5S/I 


Francis,    Barbara  0- 

93-008911 
Francis,    R.    I.    C.    C, 

93-0092'iH 
Franco,    Don  A. 

35-008532 
Frank,    Kobyn   C. 

95-007097 

Frank  lawless,    p. 

95-009412 

95-009420 

Frank  iewlca,    E>lotr 
95-008210 
35-008211 
95-009413 
Eraser,    Nell   II.    (.'.. 

95-008016 
Frascr,    W. 

95-008667 
Frederick,    Shane  Wl  Ilium 

95-009249 
Freeman,    MIL  ton  M.    il. 

95-0091'»7 
Freeman,    Will  Iain 

95-009250 
Freilng,    J- 

95-00737H 
Frcitas,    J.    C. 

95-007H01 
French,    Richard  H. 

93-007072 
Frenetic,    II.    J, 

95-009287 
Fresh,   Kurt  I,. 

95-009-147 
Fresl,    E. 

95-00726', 
95-008158 
Frey,    B.   J. 

95-007632 
Fccy,    R. 

95-007481 
Frlea,    Loraine  T. 

95-009171 
Fria,   Michael   B. 

95-007664 
Friscliknecht,    it. 

95-008677 
Frolov,   S.    V. 

95-007633 

Frost,    A.    R. 

95-007120 

95-007423 

Frye,    Mary 

95-00903  1 
Frye,    Mary  R, 

95-009032 
Fryer,  J. 

95-0077S8 

Fryer,    J.   L. 

95-008431 

95-OOS448 

95-008465 

95-008533 

95-008686 

Fryer,    H.    J. 

95-008018 

FryxelL,    Greta  A. 

95-008952 
Fuentca,  J, 
95-007638 


FR 


228 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Flier.  5  1  ,    Paul 
95-007955 

KuorsL,    Piiut    A. 
95-007909 
95-(l07'J6H 
95-007096 
93-009081 

I'UlllllllI,        l,l?(!       A. 


Fuj  loiln,    Slilgiu-ii 
<J5-l]Q7r>3'i 

Fuj  Iliiiit.o.    Clllnkf) 

"n-llcnsZZ 
)"uj  Irnoto  ,  31. 

95*0077  HI) 
Fiijlrnoio,  H, 


Fuj  iwarii  ,    A. 
95-GU7R6I 


9r.  -007771 
Fukiitl.i,    II. 


Fukmln,    II  I  ilcn 
95-11117/01 
M-  1)117/1);; 

FiihLiln.    Vutrihil 

is-onflr353 

95-00(1732 

FtikiLrtorun,    Mlh  In 


Kukuwiikn  ,    Unsii-ak  I 

95-00(1136 
Fallin-,  ti.  Fi. 

'J']-[]f!/r.Hfi 
(ills,  LUlly  K. 

'>:i-uncJ2n 

hiiih,    Wl  1  I  LUII  II. 
•ft-wyjtvi 

Fiirc-vlk.     Il.-iK   M. 

Vi-uuytiH] 

FnrukiiViM.    K. 
o'l-oir/ft'/o 

liinilii,    T. 

9.rt~(KI»VI'i 
Fuse  I  lor,  r,intlii  ll- 


9  rt-  111192  Ifl 

lili,    II.     ,1. 


ijr.-nu»(.77 
gui',    K. 


iila,    In  no  I 
95-007U35 


95-0093'iD 

Citleottl,    M. 

95-007677 


Galgaiii,    Francois 

95-008B76 
Gallcka,  Wanda 

95-009380 
Gallagher,  Margie  Leu 

93-007328 

95-008430 
Oaltaugher,  I'.  E. 

95-007863 
Gallaway.  lltmny  J. 

95-000283 

95-OOHOia 


95-000326 
Gamljarot.ta,  A. 

95-007620 
Gammon,  James  R. 

95-0093'il 
Gampet-1,  A.  K. 

95-007637 
GanclLnno,  S  . 

95-0082HO 
Ganguly,  S. 

95-OOB071 

95-009251 
Raray,  EaporaiiKa 

95-008^07 
Garccss,  I,.  ||. 

95-008431 


Fcllpu 


95-008463 
Garcia  Gallego,    H. 

95-007368 
Garcia-Ciicnca,    I. 

95-007452 
Garcin-VazqueK,    E. 
,      95-007974 
Garcia,    S. 

95-009558 
Garcia,    S.   M. 

95-009471 
Gardner,    11,    S. 

95-000680 
Oarforth,    D.    I). 

95-007329 
Gartnir,    1'aul 

95-009330 

95-009342 
(ian-ait,  P.  A. 

95-000325 
Garret  t.,  R.  N. 

95-007273 
Carrido,  J.  L. 

95-009343 
(iarrido,  Oi-lando 

95-000824 
(iussut,  E, 

95-007207 
Gas  ton,    Kevin  .1. 

95-009033 
Oasyukov,   P.   S. 

95-009252 
Gates  Dupe,    F. 

95-007274 
Catlin,    D.   M. 

95-007562 
Gatto,   M. 

95-009029 
Giuidian,   G, 

95-009472 
Gaudin,   P. 

95-OOB116 

95-009395 
Gaudin,  Philippe 

95-007474 


J. 


Ill 


Fit 


229 


1995 


AUTilOl!   INDEX 


95-OOIU65 
C,i\\ii icr ,   I). 

95-00709(1 
Ciiuvrit,    Eric 

95-007266 
Giiuvry .    Laurent 

95-007931 
Gavino,    F.   H. 
95-007158 
Cavronskn,    Helena 

95-0(1930:1 
Ccbliard,    D.    il. 

915-007610 
Geesin,    Jana   L. 

95-008052 
Gciger,    Harold   .1. 
95-009034 
95-009253 
Oelsleiditer ,    James  J. 

1)5-007638 
Gelwick,    Frances   P. 

95-007036 
Gerapesaw,    C.   H. 

•J5-007432 
Gennnri ,   !.. 

95-007330 
Gentliner,   Fred  J. 

95-008907 
George,   D.    B. 
95-008908 
George,   Kelvin  R, 

95-0095B5 

George,    S,   G. 

95-008212 

95-OOB909 

Georgescu,   Adrian 

95-009315 
Geraliles,    A.   M. 

95-009328 
Geraldes,   Ana  Maria 

95-008385 
Gerhart,   D.   J. 

95-008019 
Gcri,   G. 

95-007482 

95-007188 

Gerlai,  Robert 

95-OOS020 
Cerrits,   M.    F. 

95-007717 
Gesche,  Walter 

95-008824 
Gesser.  H. 

95-007H01 
Getchell,  Rodman 

95-008776 
Ghosh,   A.   K. 
95-008653 
Ghosh,  AJoy  Kumar 

95-008777 

Ghosh,  Amitabha 

95-007483 

95-008213 

Ghosh,  Apurba 

95-007283 

95-007H83 

95-008213 

Ghosh,  B.  B. 

95-OQ8B37 

Ghosh,   S,   P. 

95-G08B04 

Ghosh,   T.   K. 

95-007777 

Gibb,  A. 

95-008490 


Glbbs,    P.   D,    L. 

95-OOSQ19 
Gibbs ,  Penny 

95-OOB5H4 
Gibson,  D.  I. 

95-008821 
Gibson,  Robin  N, 

95-008010 
Giosy,  J.  P. 

95-008910 
Glosy,  John  \> . 

95-008958 
Gil,  Maria  S. 

95-008252 
Gilbert,  Michel 

95-008209 
Gildao,  J. 

95-007209- 
Gill,  Andrew  1). 

95-008215 
Gill,  K.  A. 

95-008819 
Gillcnwator,  Sharon  K. 

95-009086 
Ciller,  P.  S. 

95-009327 

95-009344 
Gilliland,  Eugene 

95-009175 
Gillilnnd,  Eugene  R. 

95-007936 
Gillis,  T.  E. 

95-007717 
Gilmore,  R.  Grant 

95-00839L 

95-009450 
Gilmore,  R.G. ,  Jr. 

95-008338 
Gilmoiir,  K.  M. 

95-007577 
Gilpl.ii,  Martyn  I.. 

95-008535 
Gingcrich,  William  EL. 

95-009581 
GiorgeLti,  G. 

95-008514 
Ginrglutti,  Enrico 

95-009035 
Gippel,  Christopher  J. 

95-0093fi5 
Gislason,  Hotirlk 

95-009220 
Glnhn,  James  F. 

95-007253 
Glamann,  J. 

95-007031 
Glass,  C.  H. 

93-009221 

95-009222 
Glotte,  J. 

95-007593 

95-008683 
Glickman,  Andrew  H, 

95-008911 
Glova,  Gordon 

95-008079 

95-008080 
Glover,  I,,  Anne 

95-000527 
Glowacki,  Lukasz 

95-009380 
Gluchowska,  E. 

95-0072^9 
Gluyas-Millan,  M.  Gao 

95-008286 
Glynn,  F.  W. 

95-008912 


FR 


230 


19*. 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Cnyubkiu,    V.    F. 

95-008913 
Co,  Von-  Dong 

95-008257 
Gobas,  Frank  A-  P.  G. 

95-OOB91S 
Godln,  J.-C.  J\ 

95-008021 
Cod  in,  Joan-Guy  J  . 

95-0080311 
Godo,  Olav  Rune 

95-009260 
Goeinau,  Timothy  J. 

95-009307 
Goe  Lt  1  ,  John 

95-009176 
Coelxl,  J.  I), 

95-008867 
Coins,  H.  C. 

95-009565 
Goksoyr,  Anders 

95-QQB9BH 
Golanl,  D. 

95-008229 
Gold,  John  It. 

95-009183 
Go  Ides,  S.  A. 

95-008700 
Goldspiitk.  C.  R. 

95-009294 
Col  ds  ),]  ink,  Geoffrey 

95-007931 
Gorne/.-Muncitf,  Victor  M, 

55-008286 
Gomez,  E.  [). 

95-009520 
Gomez,  H, 

95-000556 
(Jon  oil  vos,  Fran  n  ue  1  J, 

95-000317 
Gong..  Ilmig  Q  , 

95-1107630 
(ran  z  nl  a  a,  J  . 

95-00775(1 

COIIZillCK,      O. 


Goocli,    Jay  U  . 

95-008958 
Goodwin,    I..    K, 

95-OOHOiri 


Go]>innt  lion,    K. 


Go  rbat  t-nhri  ,    K  -    M  . 
9Ii-OOBlfl6 

Gorhuiinvn,    Olga  B. 


Gordon,    Diiviii   A. 

95-009/173 
Gordtm,  John  D.  H. 

95-OOB363 
Gordon,  John  R. 

95-007155 
Gordon,  H.  S  . 

95-D071fl'i 


Gorclova,    T.    A. 

95-GOaififr 
Gorsuch,,  Joscpli  W. 

9^-008663 
Goryezko,  Krayaatof 

95-007572 

95-0076^0 
Co9den»  S.  J. 

91-009222 


Gosh,    A.    K. 

95-007235 
Goto,  Hisilshi 

95-009^7'! 
Gottsclialk,  Joliu 

95-009031 
GotLschalk,  John  S. 

95-009032 
Goutlio,  Cheryl  A. 

95-007211 
CJoulcl,  Allan  R. 

93-008701 
Gould,  Kobe i- 1  Thomas 

95-009475 
Govcin-Oixon,  llevorLy  A. 

95-007212 

95-008/.32 

95-008626 
Govender,  A. 

95-008072 
Govender,  Aneah 

95-009476 
Govind,  B.  V. 

95-007213 

95-007514 
Cowan ,  C . 

95-009104 
Grady,  Joanne  M. 

95-000214 
Graham,  Colvllle  Charles 

95-009477 
Graham,  J.  B. 

95-007486 

95-007547 

95-007709 
Graham,  Jeffrey  B. 

95-007641 
Graham,  Hark 

95-OOBOfll 
Graham,  T. 

95-009558 
Granlor,  Laurent 

95-008887 
Graamun,  Brian  T. 

95-00(1994 
Grass,  Alan 

95-OOB130 

95-009346 
Grassle,  Frederick  J. 

95-008332 
Giratzek,  John  B. 

95-006433 
Grau,  K.  G. 

95-007659 

95-007823 
Grau,  G. 

95-007809 
Graves,  John  E. 

95-007945 
Graves,  Kerry  G. 

95-009611 
Grnvnlngen,  K. 

95-008577 
Gray,  John  S. 

95-009123 
Gray,  R.  W. 

95-009569 
Gray,  Robert  W. 

95-007691 
Grayson,  Thomas  H. 

95-008535 
Green,  Albert  W. 

95-009478 
Green,  Graham  J. 

95-007564 
Greenwood,  P.  11. 

95-007487 


FU  40(4) 


231 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Gregory,    K.    J. 


GrCRSwcll,    Kobert  E. 

95-009036 
Griffiths,    Frederick 

95  -009m 

Griffiths,    S.   fi. 

95-01)8539 

95-003588 

Griffiths,   William  B. 

95-008283 

Grillutr,   S, 

95-007642 

Grlines,   Churchill   B. 
95-007469 
95-009567 
Grim,   H. 

95-007972 

Grirml,   J.   J. 

95-009158 

Grlrra,  H.  P. 

95-009297 

Gritnwood,  Mark  J. 

95-008916 
Grl/2le,  John  H. 

95-008778 
GrohEr,  Matthew  S. 
95-007507 
95-007937 
Grobcrg,  H.  J,  ,  Jr. 

95-OOH696 
Groeneveld,  A. 

95-008679 
Grocneveld,   David  P. 

95-007072 
Groff,   J,   H. 
95-008717 
95-008755 
Grwnan,  D.  D. 
95-007643 
Gcoombrliige,   Brian 

95-009601 
Grosell,  M. 

95-007649 
Croat,  Rich 

95-008166 
Grover-Bullinglon,  Lenore  R. 

95-009138 
Groves,   Colin  P. 

95-008392 
Gruber,   Samuel  H. 

95-007791 
Grudniewaka,  Joanna 

95-007660 
Grudnlcwaki,  Tadciiaz 

95-007572 
Grunwald,  U. 
95-007625 
Grzelachowska,  R. 

95-009'il2 

Grzelczak,  Z. 

95-007648 

Gualtieri,  M. 

95-007482 

95-007488 

Guderley,  llelga 

95-0077B5 
Guderley,  Helga  E. 

95-G076H4 
Gudkova,  N. 

95-OOB692 

Gudmundsdottir,  BJarnheidur 
9S-OD853G 


Gudmundsdottir  ,    S. 

05-008546 

95-008547 
Giaegau,  J.  F. 

95-007930 
Gucrrn,  Angel 

95-008252 
Guerra,  C,  D.  R. 

95-007801 
Gullhetiiie,  Lulz  Carlos 

95-007939 
Gulllaume,  J. 

95-0078*3 
Gwllliiiil,  H. 

95-007424 
GuillQii,  George 

95-009444 
Guillen,  J.  L. 

95-OOQ917 
Guillni-y,  Vincent. 

95-008297 
Guilloii,  A. 

95-007160 
Gulati,  R.  1). 

95-009044 
Gunruii,  Ay  sun  (Kuhul) 

95-00829B 
Gun<i3ekcrn,  RasanUil  M, 

95-0-07331 
Guiiii ,  Anne 

95-0-09023 
GunnarsdotLir,  S. 

95-008496 
Gupta,  Brahma  N. 

95-008949 
Gupta,  R.  A. 

95-G€9152 
Guntian,  V.  J. 

95-009278 
Cornell,  \.  M. 

95-009347 
Guseva,  N.  V. 

95-000528 
Guahima,  Kcnji 

95-009436 
Custard,  Alan 

95-009112 
Gutierrez,  Alfredo 

95-00931B 
Gutierrez,  J. 

95-007567 

95-007752 
Guttman,  Sheldon  1, 

95-008894 

95-008895 
Guy,  Christopher  S. 

95-001)288 
Guyomard,  |{, 

95-007940 
Guzman- Arroyo,  Manuel 

95-009370 
Guzman ,  Rnmon 

95-009479 
Gyoro,  K. 

95-007223 
Haarhoff,  J. 

93-007202 
Haas,  Itobart  C. 

95-007991 
Habersack,  II. 

95-00934.8 
Habibi,  II.  R. 

95-007762 
Hockett,  J.  L. 

95-008510 
Ilader,  Donat-P. 

93-009106 


FR 


232 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Hartley.    P. 

95-007437 
Ha  Bilge,    D. 

95-006014 
Haenen,    0.    L.    M. 

95-008779 
Haffner,   G.    IJoiiglas 

95-008978 
Haffray.    P. 

95-007473 

95-C07611* 
Hagluiwt,    Thomas  R. 

95-007915 
Hagnar,    l.nrs 

95-008995 
Ha  lues,    G,    liruce 

95-009605 
Kalnos,    Terry  A, 

95-008089 
Haklmzadeh,  All 

95-007275 
Halacka ,    Karel 

95-007489 

95-008337 

95-0093GB 
HUbert,   C.    L. 

95-009107 
H-Udar,    D.    P. 

95-OOS646 
Haldcn,    Norman  M. 

95-OOS269 
Haider,    D.    D. 

95-007203 

95-007295 
FJaldorson,    Lewis  J. 

95-000220 
Hale,    Marty  M, 

95-009177 
Kales,    L.    Stan,    Jr. 

95-008953 
Hall,    C. 

95-0076^5 
Hall,    Carl 

95-0092QH 
Mall .   3,eiwood  W. ,   Jr. 

95-OOB01B 

95-003919 
Hall.    W.    S. 

95-Q09920 
llal|iern.    Allsun  D. 

9 5 -GO 8054 
Halupka.    Karl   C. 

95-OD3271 
JljunackO'.'ft ,    .] . 

95-007555 

95-007660 
Hanackova,    JlLka 

95-Q07222 
Hamaila,    Ktuyuhl 

95-009153 
Kanaila,    MoirHaup.u 

95-007616 
tLinGlbare,    Scott 

95-QQ9G02 
tlanilt-on,   H.    F. 

95-OOHIOB 
Hamilton,  V,    J. 

95-0087BO 
Efatmicr,   C, 

95-007324 
ilanrnond,  Hi  chard 

95-OD8B39 

Itamc,    Prcraak 

93-009037 

Fomre,    Kristin 

93-0076*7 


Hainan- Chaff ai,    A. 

95-000921 

Han,    Kyeong-Hu 

95-D09'i9G 

95-009497 

llanda,    T. 

95-008'i31 

Haniffa,   M.    A. 

95-008954 

95-OOB955 

llanralian,    J.   W. 

93-007648 
Hanson,  II.  J.  H. 

95-01)7649 

Han a en,    J.    K. 

95-007761 

Hansen,    John 

95-0079'il 

Hanson,    !'.    K. 

95 -009  2'.  7 

Hansen,    I1.   Kiipka 

95-007094 
llansen,    Piii   Kupka 

95-007276 
Hansen,    S .    11. 
95-007650 
Hanson,   James  N. 

95-009324 
Hanson,    L.    P. 
95-008537 
Hanson,    Larry  A. 

95-OOB75B 
Hanson,    Mark  A. 

95-009038 
Hansaons ,   Mark  M. 

95-008393 
1  faqae,    M. 

95-008811 
Hara,   Akitiiko 
95-007710 
95-007773 
Hara,   M. 

95-007670 
Hara,    Toshlaki  J. 

95-007651 
Hnratla,    Yaaualii 

95-009254 
Ilaraldsson,   Haukur 

95-007652 
Hani,    Jeffrey  J. 

95-007942 
Harder,    V. 

95-00757B 
Hardesty,    James  M. 

95-009178 
llardie,   I..   J. 
95-008538 
Hardy,   Uonna  Fltzroy 

95-007390 
Hargeby ,   A. 

95-008110 
Harms,  C.   A. 
95-007563 
Harms,   Craig  A. 

93-008435 

Harper,  David  M. 

95-009108 

95-009349 

Harper,  Patric 

95-009480 
Harper,  Rodney  W. 

95-007391 

Hare,  Randal 

95-008702 

Kartell,  Loe 

95-007164 


FR 


333 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


llarrell  ,    Kejjinal   f[, 

95-007277 
Harrington,  Adam  John 

95-007653 
Harris,  H.  p  . 

95-009227 
Harris.  Rebecca 

95-008253 
Harris,  Richard  R. 

95-009566 
Harris,  Wm,  fJ. 

95-008781 
HarslibarBer,  Jotm  C. 

95-008778 
Hart,  Amy  W. 

95-009450 
Hart,  Paul  J.  a. 


Hartley,    William  R, 

95-008782 
Hflrtraan,    Kyle  J. 

95-008216 
Hartman,    Hark  Andrew 

95-009350 
[larUnann,    Jurgcn 

95-005255 
Hartwell,    s.    I. 

95-008899 
Hartwell,    S.    Ian 

95-008922 
Ikirvey,    Colleen  D, 

95-009351 
Harvey,    Paul  H. 

95-007943 
Hasegawa,    Eiichi 

95-009223 
Hasegawa,    Hiroyasu 

95-007315 

95-007566 
Hasegawa,    Izumi 

95-OD73/.B 
Hasegawa,    Sonee 

95-007561 
Elasliiguclii  ,    Yuji 

95-007522 
Hashimoto,   Hiroaki 

95-009436 
Hashimoto,  Hasashl 

95-007646 
Hasobe,  Masahlde 

95-007693 
Hasiein,  Tore 

95-008436 
Hastings,  Robert  W, 

95-009039 
Hatai,  Kishio 

95-008613 

95-006634 
Hatate,   Hideo 

95-007654 
Hattenberger-Baudouy,  A.  H. 

95-008703 
Hattori,  A. 

95-007670 
Hattula,  Tapani 

95-OB9224 
Hauck,  A.   K. 

95-008539 
Hauck,  A.  Kent 

95-007164 
Haukenes,  Alf  II. 

95-008566 

95-008567 
Havarstein,  L.  S 

95-008714 
Havens,  Kirk  J. 

95-OOB372 


...CONTINUED... 
Havens,   Kirk  J. 

95-003373 

Hawke,   J.    P. 

95-008340 

Hawkins,    William  E. 
95-007779 
95-008850 
Hayano,    Hirafumi 

95-000167 
Hayasflkn,    S.   S. 

95-00059'. 
Ilayncs,   J.    L. 
95-OOB082 
Hayton,    William  L. 

95-009fl70 
Hayward,   Craig 

95-008617 
Haywood,    N.    D.    E. 

95-OOH217 
Haztin,   N. 
95-007553 
95-007733 
Hazon,    Nell 
95-007877 
95-007922 
Hoagler,   H.    Gay 

95-009953 
Heap,  Maureen 

95-003817 

Heard,   William 

95-009179 

95-009207 

Heath,   H.    R. 

95-008018 

Heberr.,   Craig  F.. 

95-008923 
Hecht,   Jodi  Elise  Dorfmnn 

95-008924 
Hecht,   T. 

95-009422 
Hecker,   Rruce  G. 

95-007214 
Heckmann,    H.    A. 

95-008'i40 

Heckmann,    Hichard  A. 
95-008437 
95-008668 
Hedgocock,    Dennia 

95-009602 
Hedrick,   Philip  W, 

95-009602 

Hedrick,   R.    P. 

95-008635 

95-008636 

95-008638 

95-008716 

95-008755 

Hcdrlck,   Ronald  P. 

95-0084,38 
Heger,   Wolfgang 

95-008925 
Heggenes,   Jan 

95-008016 
Heifctz,   Jonathan 

95-Q09/i87 
Heinlg,   Julie  A. 

95-0079U 
Heinle,  Donald  R. 

95-009039 
Heist,   Edward  J, 

95-007945 
Heithaua,  ^flchael   R. 

95-007946 
Helfrich,   Louis  A. 

95-00906'. 

Helgason,   S, 

95-008521 


FR  40(4) 


23 /, 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


.. .COMTINUKD.. . 

95-008546 

95-008547 
Holland,  S, 

95-OOJ332 
He  lion,  J. 

95-008926 
H-alraick,  Conscl.t.a  M. 

95-OOH704 
Iteming.  Jarl 

95-QOH931 
H*r.ire,  G.-l . 

95-OOJ278 

95-007576 

95-007871 
|{aiu!cr] oi  1.C1' ,  Julie  A. 

95-007655 
Henderson,  P.  A. 

95-008163 
Henderson ,  It.  J.irnes 

95-007656 

95-007862 
Hcndricks,  Michael  L. 

95-009 LBO 
Il«tidry,  Andrn\j  P. 

35-007947 
]lcngstberEPi:.  tianclra  H. 

95-OOS701 
Jlenlcy,  Theresa 

95-00751S 
llcnny,  David  C. 

55-007279 
Henoc-qne,  Vves 

95-009481 
3knslcy,  Dannie  A, 

95-0075J& 
JlH-jikeina,  F.  W- 

95-007657 
llcppnll ,  Joel 

95-008705 
13-c rhlngef  i  C. 

95-007928 
Ii«rli5t,  David  1). 

95-009387 
Ikringa.  J. 

95 -0091X19 
tinrke,  Uilllom  II, 


,    A  L  fin  T. 


llflLTikin,    R, 

Q5-OOHSO] 
ll-GLnanilc?.  ,  Martlm 

95-UD765H 
Ifarrera  13.,  (idsl.avo 


ICcrrcrfl  ,   Custnvo 

95-008131 
Harron,   Alan  J  . 


W.    K. 
Hershey,    Anne   E. 


Hcrahner,    Carl 

95-OOB373 
lie  T  L  ,  Bva 

95-OOB022 
Hat  rid,  K.  M. 

95-00^720 
IlcLtlor,  Willlan  F. 

95-007&26 
Haw,  C.  L, 

95-007958 


Heyinans,    J.    .1 . 

95-009'i3'i 
llRywanl,  Louis  D. 

95-009151 
Hickford,  Michael  J.  H. 

95-009^83 
Hidalgo,  M.  C. 

95-0073&iJ 
Higaahi,  Teiiso 

95-007558 
Hlggins,  H.  J. 

95-008C5H 
HJghsteln,  H .  H. 

95-007796 
Iligman,  K.  11. 

95-00860^1 

95-008715 
lligman,  Keith  II. 

95-OOB7/il 
Hllbish,  Thomas 

95-007913 
Hilborn,  Ray 

93-008169 

95-009464 
Hlldrcw,  Alan  G. 

95-ooaaia 

Hill,   Anna  M. 

95-008219 
Hill,  D.  J. 

95-008'.39 
HllLgrubcr,  Nicola 

95-008220 
Hilton,  Donald  F.  J. 

95-007161 
Hilton,  Donald  Frederick  James 

95-007162 
Ilines,  Murray  E. ,  II 

95-0085'il 
lllnkle,  C.  Ross 

95-009435 

95-009450 
Hinrichs,  David  E. 

95-007215 
Hlnshaw,  Jeffrey  M. 

95-008508 
Ilinlon,  Andrew 

95-007280 
llinton,  D.  K, 

95-008927 
Hlntcm,  Davltl  E. 

95-007738 

95-007739 

95-007779 

95-009430 
Illoki,  Syozo 

95-008132 
Eliralflhi,  Tomonori 

95-008023 
Hlramatsu,  Kazuhlko 

95-009256 
llirano,  T. 

95-007659 

95-007823 
Hlrano,  Tetsuya 

95-007561 
Hirokawa,  J. 

95-0077SO 
Hlrono,  Ikuo 

95-00790'. 

95-007948 

95-008542 
Ilirose,  Keijl 

95-007176 

95-007291 
HLrose,  Vuji 

95-008024 


FR   40(4) 


235 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


HisaUimi,   0. 

95-0075'Jl 

95 -00 79 A 9 
Hjoltties,  H. 

95-QOB690 

95-008706 
Ho,  S.  K.  S. 

95- 00 75 96 
FlochloUhner,  Martin 

95-009040 
Dockings,  I, 

55-007375 
Hodgson,  Brian  P. 

95-009109 
Hoiinotand,  K, 

95-008657 

95-008783 
Hudson,  Poler  V. 

95-008935 

95-008961 
Hoese,  Jl.  Dickson 

95-009485 

Hofer,   Rudolf 
95-007339 
95-007660 
Hoff,   K.   A. 

95-008543 
Hoff,  M. 

95-009333 
Hoffman,  Annette 

95-006169 
Hoffman,  Glenn  L. 

95-008460 
Hof fmann-Fezer,  G. 

95-008654 
Hoffmann,  R.  H. 

95-008649 

95-008650 

95-008654 
liogans,  W,  E. 

95-007281 
lloglund,  Harilynn  D, 

95-008878 
Hogs t rand,  Clitistcr 

95-007887 
Hole,  S. 

95-008506 
Hokkaido  Salmon  Hatchery 

95-009041 
Holcik,  JuraJ 

95-009326 
Ilolden,  Mike 

95-009042 
Hole,  G. 

95-007559 

95-007661 
Holladay,  S.  D. 

95-00892B 
Hollebecq,  M,  G. 

95-007950 
Hollebecq,  M.-G. 

95-008563 
Hollis,  Hattliew 

95-007240 
Holm,  Jena  C. 

95-007334 
Holmes,  C.  F,  B. 

95-008787 
Holmes,  John  A. 

95-007897 
Holmgren,  S. 

93-007557 

95-007694 

95-007778 
HolomiiBkl,  Joseph  R, 

95-008221 


Ho  late  In,    1), 

95-007574 
Holt,    G.    J. 

95-007320 
Holt,   R.   Joan 

•>5-G07279 
Holt,    J.    C, 

95-008212 
Holt,    tUctiard  A. 

95-000(103 
llolzschii,   Donald  I,. 

95-OOH7U7 
Hum,    Tom 

55-000993 
Hon.    W.    M. 

95-0076Q7 
Honrl70,  Midliat 

05-007092 
[loiicycutt,    H.    E. 

95-OQ76fi2 
Honn,   Jac-Sang 

95-000257 
Hong,   Jiiong-Hwa 

95-007663 
Hong,    Sung  Vim 

95-008770 
Honma,    Y. 

95-007533 
Ilonaig-  Erlenburg  ,   Wol  f  gang 

95-009110 
Hot)  tula,    Alice 

95-000929 
Hood,   l>ali>  J. 


Hone,   Michael  1,, 

95-007319 
Hoole,    D. 

95-007807 

95-008774 

95-008798 

95-000013 

95-00881'. 

95-OOH816 

93-OQHH2G 

95-000827 
HOOVGI',    John   1'. 

93-000410 
Hop,    Hnakou 

95-008001 
Hopcroft,   T. 

95-00730^ 
Hope,    A.    J. 

95-007613 
Hopkins,   ToJd  K. 

95-007007 
Hop  ley,   C.   V, 

95-007912 
Horak,   Don 

95-009043 
Hotritichi,    Ityuyn 

95-007089 
Horn,   Michael  H. 

95-00766^ 
llorness,   D.    II. 

95-0089/.2 
Horncy,    Barbai-n 

95-007665 
Horsbarg,   T.    E. 

95-0085/(3 

95-000562 

95-008930 
Horwood,    J,   W. 

95-009486 
Hosper,   S.  H. 
95  -009  04  'i 
95-009297 


FR  40(4) 


236 


AlllHUH    TNI1KX 


(buck,   MklmoL   II, 

M-uaWJifl 
llcmilSi  Ann«  K. 

ri-flaiiaH 
lignite  i  Ktlviird  I). 


Houlihan,    I).    I". 
I1).  1)07171 


pise,    V  rminnflH 

i)3-u  (ma') 
Illusion,    Ai'Uiw  II. 

^•orr^; 

|!OVI'Sl.Llll1  -Kllllir,     fl  . 


IliwUinli    T, 

irh-aint/rifl 
How,  t;.  K, 

ii-oi>?*:i6 

llowo*,    l>,    K. 

i)[>-o(niii:u 

Hiivsiii   Krlst  hio  Aunt* 
<ir>-{KHii70 

Hikis,    i', 

n-tiwHh(.9 

llniliw,   T.    c. 

')r>-[ll>H'<iil 
Hnitiy,    TtHMiviH 

TMKWII'i.'i 

llHtl,    JblH,|5-I'i  It 


iiDH.,    CliUsu  J  In 
9VL)tMI7lfl 
.itili,    I',    1,. 


[|n,iii)[,   Mi  liik-'rvii 

91*  •  0(18(1  'i.'t 

Hulicri  i   Hjiynt'  A, 


Iliif  ,  lli>i  -  Kwnn 

vr)-un/v:ii 

Uural.  is  ,    HUH  mi  1, 


-do  76  ;g 


llul,   C.-K, 
9.1-007^53 

tlul  sraan,    Pletcr 
9S-OOD111 


UnUwa,    I. 
gs-ooydfi'j 

thtuur,    ,l;iy   V. 


Hunt;,    liHin-UHluni; 

95-00865.1 
Huilj',,  Silas  S,  C). 


HlliiL,    ,1.    H. 

95-OOHU67 
Hunt.,  ,]iini(>!> 

'JS-  0014059 
IhiiilJii^rnnl,  1'.  A. 

05-007S'i6 


'Jf>-00803H 

Hum  infiRird,    risllcll.y  A. 

95-«0«000 
ISun^l  lull-,    Kay 


Mill'.    Smi|',   lUun 
OS-007V19 

Miirlity  i    .liiiiK'H   1'. 
Q.'i-OOtlfCl'J 

[[ll.'iNinidl.  ,    ,1  . 
'J'i-Ol)709H 


ItuiiHkii,    Arl 

93-000003 
lliiyHiiiiiinn  ,    Aim 

'  9f)-00752.r) 
Hwaiiii,    Cyu-liln 

95-007951 
llwiniR,    P.    1*. 

95-00772!) 
lluutiH,    Kun-Wiin 

9!i-00'J!i05 
llyiit.l  ,    Alnx  D. 

9.li-OOH70] 
llyllaiul,    I'at.i-hik 

05-0077611 
llyiiiiin,    Jflffiriiy  B. 

95-00960:1 
llyoilo,    Sntnuiiu 

9rj-ll07-r>.ri() 

95-007551 
llyiilop,    UU:liiinl  M. 

95-I)(17(J5!i 

'^1-00/760 

95-DOHBOB 
liinc?  LI  1  ,    .'nmns 


lilllltl  II  ,     JilUKSH 

95-009'i«7 


95-00959!) 


95-00  7(i92 
ani!ilil  ,    V. 


OS- 

iRiiclil 
95- 

I  Ida, 
95 
95 

Urtn, 
9D 
9S 

lifio, 
95 
95 

Ijii-i 


l,    N.   M. 
007101 

,   Till  son 

007636 

T. 

007(190 

01>fl53/t 

Tnkaji 

007997 

OOB619 

M. 

007670 

007B5'. 


95-0077'.0 


237 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Ikeiia,   V.  Ivanov,    0.    A. 

95-007814  95-00(1290 

95-008740  95-008292 

95-008788  95-000379 

Ikuta,  Kaawjasa  Ivantsoff,    W. 

95-007550  95-007520 

95-007551  Iverscm,  Thomas 

Il'inskly,  ye.   H.  95-009149 

95-008379  Iwai,   Kumlko 

Iraai,   Tnkchikp  95-007522 

95-00921')  Iwama,    (',.   K. 

linaizuini,   K.  95-007869 

95-007780  95-0078H2 

Iraamura,   K.  95-008492 

95-007671  95-000505 

Implcciiil,  K.  Iwanaga,    Slnmsiikc 

95-007330  95-007820 

iiiaha,   Shigehiro  IwashiLa,  Miho 

95-008222  95-007692 

Inagaki  ,   Kazunorl  Iwaszkicwica,   Michal 

95-007172  95-007351 

Inchaust.y,  V.  H.  Izquierdo,  H.    S. 

95-008440  95-007357 

Infante,   Maria  Teresa  Jflclmer,    Anna 

95-009488  95-008027 

95-009489  Jackson,   Leslie  F. 

ingebrigLsBn,    K,  95-007073 

95-008930  Jackson,  Thomas  J. 

Inglis,   V.  95-00883'! 

95-007324  Jacobs,    James 

95-008512  95-008702 

95-008544  Jacobsen,   Troels  C. 

95-008565  95-007282 

95-008620  Jaensch,   Uogcr 

Inastroza,  Ricardo  95-009048 

95-008986  Jngach,    A. 

Iiioue,  Hlklo  95-00822.'} 

95-009121  Jakobscn,   1'. 

Int.  Com.  ZooJ.  Nomcn.  95-000737 

95-008396  James,    Nicholas  P.    E, 

Int.  Counc.  Explor.    Sea  95-009350 

95-009490  Jamlesoii,   Dennis 
International  Council  for  Exploration  of  the  Sea     95-009329 

95-°09191  Jflmlli    Daniel  M. 

Inui,   Yasuo  95-007216 

35-007998  Janp    Kim-Yuii 

Isani  ,  G.  95-007910 

95-007587  Janai    „.    n< 

Isely,   J.  Jeffery  95-007217 

95-°07'lG9  Janda,    Jlri 

95-007721  95-008237 


j  g_    lf 

Ishemo,  C.  A.  L.  95-007657 

95-008858  95-00767/. 

Ishida,  Yoshinari  Janlach,   Joo 

95-008026  95-009198 

Ishida,  Vukimasa  Jnnkov,    J. 

95-008133  95-009337 

«~SS  Jaramillo,   F.,    Jr. 

«-°MO"       ,,  95-007562 

Ishikawa,  Satoshl  Jnr..      T 

- 


Ishin0,  Takashi 

Jauncey  ,    Kim 


Ishloka,  Hiroko  , 

95-007710  Jayaraman,   11, 

aa   uuttio  q"i.n(iv)iQ 

lahizaki,   Hunechika  Ta,         ™"lfl   „ 

Jaync,  Bruce  C. 


95-007772  ean'       ''' 

Ito,  HirosJi  T  ,"-007952 

95-009541  Jellyman,  Boil 
Ito     N  95-008080 

95-007672  Jelmert,   A. 
Ivanov,  A.  N.  -)5-0084« 

95-007970  Jeney,   G. 

95-007676 


FR  40(4) 


JEW 


]U|III:K,H(    Lionel 

'Jfi-OO"):)]'! 
>l(ilui!iini,  M.  1). 

').'>-0(l76H/i 
.lotiitsot),  M.  .!  . 

9!i-I)(lH6'.  1 
Jdhmion,  Nil-hill'  I  U. 


1,    A.    1).    r. 
I')-  <H)7'.)H'I 
iiUiino,    M.    II. 


.liiklkukKn,    K. 
yri-i)i)'i:i!vi 

Jl.lU'H,     (,,      It. 


(j;»-i)»H7  in 

i'Ji  ,    Murk 


IniH'l 

')' 
.loiuill,    II,    'I'. 

>)  \t-lim\W) 
.Iiini'ii,    Hlimni   It.    M. 

'jri-Ot)H6!>fi 
.[iiiii)!i  ,    Tc.c.wyn 

'JH-OOIOIil 
.liiiiMilull.il',    II. 

'JTi-OIWVid 

'J'i-OOHS'i? 
.ToiliiHOti,    A.-(l, 

')!i-()l)/r»7/i 
Joint..  uni,    Ann-lliitlicllK! 

')ri-(>0/fiH7 

.lollllHDI),      mi'/illK1  t  ll 


<J3-(K)ti:i'JH 
.liiiiliihl  ,    David  M. 


JorRonsisii,    Svon  Kr.lk 

93  -  009257 
JorgctiNen,   T.    0, 


Joahl,  (ilLiintlrn 

9-1-00(10^8 
Joslil,   H.    C. 


Josupoit,    IlolRn 

93-  0070  99 
Jo  ung.    Sliooii-Jcng 

95-OOB135 


239 


1995 


AUTElOli    INDEX 


JutiK  ,    5  Imone  -  Jacnue  line 

')_•>-  00  HI  25 
JungVLrth,  H- 

95-008225 

<)D-l)0935't 

95-009376 
Jtirajdii,  I'livol 

95-009113 

95-009125 
Jurss,  Kairl 

95-007688 
Juul,  Sieve  T.  J. 

95-000291 
Kaattari,  S.  L. 

95-007790 


95-008616 
Kaattari,    Stephen 

95-007941 
Kachowski,   A.    E. 

95-008443 
Kaczanowski,  Tania  C. 

95-007689 
Kaczynskl,  Vic 

95-009355 
Kadilnikov,   Vu.  V. 

95-009250 
Kadir,   P.   H.   Abdul 

95-OOS104 
Kadlec,  Jaroslav 

95-007393 
Kadownki,   Shusaku 

95-007857 
Kaeriyama,  Masaliide 

95-008136 

95-00(1238 

95-OQB259 

95-009161 
Kagawa,   Kirolilko 

95-007291 

95-007690 
Kahl,   Michael  D. 

95-008878 
Kal,   h'orihisa 

95-007646 
Kaiser,  H.  J. 

•55-009225 
Kalina,   I.  V. 

95-007742 
Kalinin,  A.  L. 

95-007801 
Kal  Ha,  Blnod 

95-OOB084 
Kallio,  Marja 

95-009224 
Kawaishi,  T. 

95-007961 
Kamath,  J. 

95-009021 
Kambegawa,  Altira 

95-007558 
Kameneva,  T.  0. 

95-008808 
Kami  I,  S.  A. 

95-007899 
Kamler,  Ewa 

95-007100 
Kancharla,  Sreekanth  R. 

95-008758 
Kane,  A.  S. 

95-008976 

95-009568 

95-009569 

Kane,  Andrew  S, 

95-007691 


. , .CONTINUED. . , 
Kano,    Andrew  S. 

95  -00(19 112 
Kanelil  i'o,   Ifaruyuki 

95-009261 

Knnoka,  Toyojl 

95-007561 

95-007855 

Kaueho,  Yukiko 

95-0076Q2 

Kang,   Chung-Bae 

95-009496 

95-009497 

Kang,    Scok- Joong 

95-007693 
Rang,   Voung"Shil 

95-009504 
Ka;tn ,    Jacob 

95-009591 
Kanncworf f ,    P. 

95-009522 
Kispala,   Clevc  P. 

95-009356 
Kapctsky,    James  HcDairi 

95-0072 L9 

Kapcalskl,    Adam 

95-007-194 

95-1)07395 

Kar,    D, 

95-008712 
Kar,    S. 

95-008712 
Karahadian,    Carol 

95-007220 
Karamcliaiid.ini,    S.   J. 

95-008143 
Karlla,    P. 

95-00769/1 
Karl,    Russell 

95-007101 
Kar Isliakk,   E. 
95-OOS657 
Karlsen,   Orjan 

95-007334 

Kannakar,   H.   C. 

95-007295 

95-008456 

95-009263 

Karr,   James  R. 

95-00921/( 
Karaslng,   R.   J, 

95-008349 
Ktirttuncni   Vesu 

95-U09139 

Karunasngar,    I, 

95-OOQ5'.9 

95-008627 

Kaa'yanov,   A.   N. 

93-QOB830 
Knsliiwagl,  Masnaki 

95-007291 
Kasplris,   P. 
95-007502 
Kaatle,   Alfred 

Q5-009357 
Kasugai,   Takaahi 

95-0077/18 

Kasiunyan,  A.   0. 

95-007335 

95-007511 

95-008041-4 

95-008045 

Kataolis,  G. 

95-007502 

Kattelmann,    Rich 

95-009586 
Katula,  Ray 
95-008137 


FR  40(4) 


240 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Kllffl«lllllslty,    V.    H. 

95-007376 
Khoo,  H.  E. 

95-007497 
Kit  oo,  L. 

95-007610 


Khoo,    [:.    II. 

95-007563 
Khuo  ,    Lester 
95-OOB6Z5 
Khoo,   Lester  II. 

95-008435 
Khroiutsova,    T.    V. 

95-009272 
Klmllie,   R.    D. 
95-006628 
Kierner,   H.    C.   B. 
95-007286 
95-OOBS33 
Kicslltig,    Russell  W. 

95-009512 
Klfcutani,    Utako 

95-007698 
Klllic,    B. 

95-OOH()09 
Kim,    C.    ![. 

95-OOB713 
Kin,    D. 

95-007^35 
Kin,    Dong-Soo 

95-007633 

95-007699 
Kim,    Hyun-Dae 

95-007683 

95-007699 
Kin,    Ik-Soo 

95-008397 
Kin,    Kyiing-Chan 

95-007699 
Kim,    Pyong  Kill 

95-007679 

95-007681 
Kin,    San&-Rok 

95-007663 

95-007690 
Kin,    Heong-Soo 

95-008257 
Kim,    Y.   G. 

95-00767'. 
Kim,   Yong  Uk 

95-009'i96 

9S-009W7 
Kim,   Vuck-Yong 

95-007377 
Ktme,  D.    E. 

95-OU771B 
Kimler,   Victoria  A. 

95-007700 
Kinrnel,   E. 

95-00782* 
Klmurn,    Ikuo 

95-008672 
Kimiira,  Ryo 

95-007815 
Kinura,   Shigeru 

95-007692 
Kimura,   Takaliisa 

95-OOB739 


Kins,   D'   Tommy 

95-007253 
King,  Junior  0. 

95-007253 
Kinu,  Tim  L. 

95-009183 

95-009213 
Kinman,  Benjy 

95-00918'! 
Kinosliltn,  Haanto 

95-008672 
Klorlinfs,  Thomas 

95-OOQ227 
KitcliliofRf,  Arthur 

95-009350 
Kiriakos,  '/.  . 

95-007492 


Klnae,  Naohide 

95-OOQSBB 
Kincaid,  Harold  L. 

95-007167 

95-007168 
King,  Bruce  E. 

95-008112 


Kirk,  Sheila  G. 

95-008709 
Kirkley,  James 

95-009282 
Kirkwood,  G,  P. 

95-009260 
Kiron,  Viswanalh 

95-007701 

95-007702 
Kisu,  HdBiiiiki 

95-00073.1 
Kiahlno,  Hlrohlaa 

95-007962 
Kiss,  M. 

95-007223 
Kiatcnev,  A.  N. 

95-OOH35'. 
Kitado,  Shuichl 

95-009206 

95-009256 
Kitnhara,  Tnketii 

05-0095'.  :i 
KlLnimiL'a,  Shoji 

93-007530 

95-007351 
Kittllson,  Jeffrey  ]). 

95-QQ761B 
Kit.y.in/m,  Joseph  V. 

95-00893'. 
KjfiHbu,  Olav  S. 

95-00733/t 
Klascn,  W.  J.  C. 

95  -008'.  80 
Klnmla,  Ronald  J. 

05  -005',  Of) 
Klein,  II.  II. 

95-000550 
Klein,  Jmi 

95-007989 
Klein,  Kat.liy 

95-0077'i3 
Klclnfeltei-,  John 

95-009335 
KlcrnEf.scii,  A. 

95-00823', 
Klcnk,  M. 

95-007786 
Klepaker,  Tom 

95-007953 
Kleaius,  I>, 

93-007703 
Kleynhans,  Cornoliua  J, 

93-009359 
Klinge,  N. 

95-009397 

95-009309 
Klontz,  G.  W. 

95-008445 


FR  40(4) 


242 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


George  M. 


.. 

floi'acl.t    N.   V. 

93-009498 
"Mchko,    0.    S, 
,    '3-00770^4 

•"'ght,  J. 

.    '5-OO7705 
""Slit,    Jeremy   G. 

'5-009607 

kiehL.    S.    S. 


bolocli.    Lynda  H. 

55-OGS935 
°tl,  Kay  L. 

55-OG7706 

U,    Melvln    II. 

55-006900 
over,  T. 


95-OO77G9 

udsen,    C.   M. 
95-00915B 
idsen,    P.    K. 


Hlroshl 
-  00  S  026 
ashl,    H. 


'5-008587 

bayashl,    T, 

95-007961 
bsyahi,    Donald  R. 

55-009499 

ari,    K.    M. 


Koch  ,    c  . 

55-007831 


Kock,    Guul.er 

95-00733^ 

95-OO766II 
Koffljherg,    Ker.a 


95-OOB267 

loh,  Jcong-Rftck 

95-OO9196 
KoMfl.  Hiiaanori 

95-OOB055 
KoMer,  Christopher  C, 

95-00725H 
totiler,  N.  E. 

95-008765 
Kojiria,  Itlsao 

95-007692 
Kol'tsov,  D.  V. 


Kolar,    '/.vanimLc   I. 

95-007573 
Kolasa,  Jucck 

95-009053 

95-009208 
Knlekar,  V. 

95-008085 
Kolcsnikov,  V.  fi. 

95-0095CO 
Koljonen,  Marja-Lllaa 

95-008QS3 
tollevng,  A. 

95-OOS714 
Kollnor,  B. 

95-C07625 

B,  I  . 


M, 


-  008942 


, . .CONTINUED. . . 
Komarevtsev,    B.    I. 

95-009259 
Komat.su,    T. 

95-0007',6 
Komlyama ,    N .    1] . 

95-007672 
Koiido i    Sliigctru 

95-007'*93 
Kondolf,    G,    MaLhias 

95-009360 
Kondrashcv,    S ,    L. 

95-007707 
Konecki ,   John  T. 

95-007708 
Konecny ,    Robert 

95-000762 

KonlkoEf,   Mark 

95-007075 

95-009'i85 

KonovaLenko ,    S.    I. 

05-009260 
Koiistant.lnov,    A.    S. 

95-008291 

Korsmeycr,    K.    E. 

95-0074B6 

95-007709 

Korting,   Wolfgang 

95-008790 
Korzeniewski ,    Krzyaztof 

95-008843 
Koahkln,   V.    L. 

95-009260 
Kosltir,    Maria 

95-008155 
Kostialnen,    Itnuno 

95-00922'i 
Kosiigl,    Kyo 

95-007710 
KnBs-.alinskl,   Henryk 

95-009380 
Kou,    G.-ll. 
95-008659 
95-008602 
Koiunana,    J.   T.   M. 

95-0075119 
Kouraoundouros ,    G. 
95-007'.92 
95 -00  7 'i94 
Koupal,    Keith  D. 
95-007/.28 
95-009199 
Kauri 1,    J. 
95-007555 
95-007669 
Kouril,   Jan 

95-007222 
Kovac,    Vladimir 

95-OOB086 
Kovacs,   T.   G. 
95-008948 
Kowalewska,   Malgorzata 

95-OQB8't3 
Koyama,   Tatsuya 

95-007954 
Kozlov,   A.    A, 
95-009239 
Kozlowski,   Jacck 

95-007350 
Kraak,   Michiel  H.    S. 

95-000937 
Kraal,   Marco  II, 

95-000937 
Kramheclt,   H.    J. 

95-007229 
Kramer,  Donald  E. 
95-008333 


FR 


243 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Km.snowskl ,  1'aul 

95-009054 
Kraul,  S.  ,\,,  .Jr. 

95-007570 
Kraus ,  Fr«d 

95-009055 
Kraus ,  Scott 

95-009507 
Krause,  JGSIS 

95-008030 
Krayuslikina,  I..  S, 

95-<107711 

95-007712 
Krecger,  John  M. 

95-008541 
Kremen  ,  Claire 

95-009056 
Kcess,  yvonnc 

95-008689 
Krleger ,  JeaneLtfi 

95-007955 
Kriksunov,  Vc.  A. 

95-009361 
Krings ,  Lisa  K. 

95-C1WQ5 
Krishnalah,  N.  V. 

95-007103 
Krislof Ferson,  H,  Keith 

95-009362 
Krivctienkci,  Alexander  1. 

95-007898 
Krivospiichonko,  5.  G. 

95-009500 

95-009501 
Krogdatil,  A, 

95-007576 
Krogh,  Peter 

95-007360 
Kroon,  F.  J. 

95-OOT72A 
Krovnin,  A.  S. 

95-009^.61 
Kcpal,  Jaroslav 

95-008000 
Ktufjor,  11. 

95-006938 
Kirimi,  Howard 

95-007302 

93-007W5 

95-007599 

9'5-OOIi772 
Ktyshev,  1.  1. 

9-5-00&039 
Kryvi,  II. 

93-008706 
Kryvi,  Ilakon 

95-007104 
Kubecka,  J, 

95-009U6 
Kubecka,  Jan 

95-009114 
Kiibiak,  T,  J. 

93-008910 
KuchacsJia,  Kntarayna 

95-007350 
Kwdoh,  Takaya 

95-ooawi 

Kwehn,  fion  I. 

93-003850 
Kuklinsha,  Bozena 

95-009303 
KuXraJa,  Tacun 

95-008309 
Kumagai,  ISlroshl 

95-0076'i6 
Kumar,  A. 

95-007471 


Kumar,   II.    D. 

95-009106 
Kmnar,  N. 

95-009363 
Kiunai:,  S.  K.  Sanjcev 

95-0077L3 
Kuniariignrti,  A,  K. 

95-008660 
Kumaraiah,  P . 

95-009550 
Kuinariali,  1*. 

95-007236 
Kuo,  Cli  Ing -Fling 

95-007267 
Kuo,  T.  F. 

95-008447 
Kuo,  Tzong-Fu 

95-008551 

95-009533 
Kurata,  0, 

95-007814 
Kuratli,  G. 

95-0086H/. 

95-009715 
KurUa,  J. 

95-ooeono 

Kuroef   K. 

95-008(301 
Kushnlrov,  D. 

95-007196 
Kusmln,  -S.  Yu. 

95-007303 
Kusuda,  It. 

95-000570 

95-008601 
Kusuda,  Rllclil 

95-QOB553 
Kuwahara,  K. 

95-009557 
Kuz'mln,  Vo.  V. 

95-007714 
KiiznaLsov,  V,  A. 

95-OOQ29.1 
Kuznctauva,  Ye.  H. 

95-0080(17 
Kvarnctno,  Chariot t  ft 

95-008032 
Kyle,  Gary  11. 

95-009299 
Laal,  A.  K. 

95-009304 
Lacroix,  GillcM  I.. 

95- 0088*1 'i 
Lacroix,  H, 

95-007225 
Lngarderc ,  Franco! no 

95-00(1276 
LaRnrdore,  J.  IJ. 

95-007310 
Laha,  G.  G. 

95-008456 

95-008653 

95-008777 
Lai,  N.  C. 

95-007/186 

95-00764.1 

95-007709 
Laldig,  Thomas  E. 

95-009435 
Lakatoa,  Gy, 

95-007223 
Lakatos,  Gyuln 

95-009312 
Lakahmanan,  M,  A.  V. 

95-007224 
Lakshmi,  C.  Vijaya 

95-008791 


FR  40(4.) 


244 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


.  .  .CQST1KUED.  .  . 
ldV.-sh.ni  ,     C  .    Vljnjra 


•95-008818 
LakshnL,    S.   Jhansl 


La  ley^i,    Ph. 

95-OQSC33 
Lai  I,  SatitoHli  P. 

95-O07341 
Lallcs,  J.  P. 

9VD07336 
La.M,  T.  J. 

95-007331 

95-OQ7fi3O 

95-007718 
La^js,  J. 

95-GD8609 
Lajitert  ,  Derek 

95-007396 

95-QOH08H 
Lfl_-ilberli,  Gary  A. 

95-009365 
tarioilt  h  Michael  ![. 

95-DQB22S 
L-a/xm  c  ,  K  , 

95-OQW.3 

Lan,    ShLb-Chlch 

95-007590 
L  a  n  a  r  1  ,  [>  . 

95-007344 
Lance,  V.  A. 

95-007600 
Laadfalil.  II. 

95-007107 
LantfoH,  H.  L. 

95-008379 
Lanrfolt,  Marsha  I,. 


Landry,    Anilrn-  M,  ,   Jr. 
Lan-ds-bcrg,    J.    El. 

•ac&i 

g,    Jan  I!, 


9S-008BGO 

Lange  ,    ttobcrt   E. 
95-009100 

l-ankl  nc-ii,.    Yrjo 


kan,    James   R. 
9i-00708'i 
Aira.    S.    E. 


95-006716 
95-008717 
9i-0fl&71& 
95-OOB7BB 
)ko4  V,  V, 


95-OU6292 
95-001^33 
95-009534 

1-aprlsB,    R, 
95-GQ8362 

Mprl  sc  ,    Re  jean 
95-D09502 

l^t-ertas,   J, 

fls-oaa'.ai 

LaieTias,    J.    C, 
95-008165 

Laccnas,  J.    L, 
95-0094^8 

Latoctie,   M. 
45-007336 


...  CONTINUED, .. 
Laroclie,    M. 

95-00747Q 

05-007907 
I.acoche,    Michel 

95-000551 
I.arscheid,    Joe   G. 

95-009165 
Larscn,    B.    K. 

95-00773^ 
Lnrsen,    Donald  A. 

95-007148 
Larscn,    J.    L. 

05-008582 

95-008608 
Larson,  Gary  L. 

95-008334 
Larson,    Marlt 

95-009366 
Larson,    Ralph  J. 

95-009528 
Larson,    Stephanie 

95-009592 
Larson,    Vickie  L. 

95-009115 
Larsson,    Per 

95-008877 
Laacaux,  J. -Hare 

95-009099 
Lassanyi,  Mary  E. 

95-007105 
Lassuy,  Dennis  R. 

95-0001B6 
LaTrace,  C. 

95-OOB78G 
Laub,  [{.  J. 

95-007789 
Laudn,  K.  A. 

95-008716 

95-008717 

95-008718 
Lander,   George  V. 

95-007675 
Laukkanen,    Ecro 

95-009122 
Laiishman,    Roger  H. 

95-007946 
Lavcns ,  p. 

95-007332 

95-007346 
Laverock,   M.   J. 

95-008940 
Law,   V.   K. 

95-007248 
Lawrence,   M.   L. 

95-008554 
Lawson,   L.    A. 

95-008623 
Lazar,    Rod lea 

95-008978 
Lazorchak,    Jamos  M. 

95-OOS9G7 
Lazzari,    A. 

95-0072B8 

95-007715 
Le  Bail,    P.    Y. 

95-007736 
Le  Ball,    P.-Y. 

95-007716 
Le  Bihan,   J. 

05-007429 
Le  Francois,  N, 

95-007225 
Lea,   Barbara  Chudzik 

95-008555 
Leach,   Laura  C. 

95-009096 


245 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Leary.    Leslie   A. 

95-009057 

Lcnry.    Rnbb    f. 

95-007150 

95-009187 

Leather,   Gprnlil  K. 

93-001000 
Leather  land,    John   F. 

95-OQ7B97 
Loaute,    Jean-Plfirre 

95-009503 
Leavilt  ,   Po  Lei'  R. 

95-009305 

Lebar,    Kcnnet.li  H. 

95-GQ9I62 

95-009188 

95-0091&9 

l.eberg,   Paul  I.. 

95-007956 
LeBlanc,  P.   J. 

95.-QQ77L7 
Lecart,   P, 

95-0071Q& 
LeClerc,   Gilles  M. 

95-007925 
Locomte,   Jacqueline 

95-008705 
Lee  ,    Anna 

95-009057 
Lee,    D. 

95-0083'tO 
Lee,    Chung-  Lyul 

95-008398 
Lee,   Dennis  P. 

95-009058 
Lee,   Jeong-Woo 

95-009504 
Lee,    Jong  Vim 

95-007719 
Lee,    K.   V. 

95-009<tl5 
Lee,    K.-K. 

95-008502 
Lee,  Kang-lto 
95-007693 
Lee,  H.-K. 

95-OD8685 
Lee,   Mci-Kuei 
95-0089^1 
LCD,   Myullg-Jjl 
95-007683 
95-007699 
Lee,   Nara-Geoul 

95-007377 
Ice,   S.  H. 

95-007697 
Lee,    S,  T.  L, 
95-007718 
Lee,    S.-C. 

95-007952 
Lee,    Sang-Hin 

95-007719 
Lee,   T.  11. 

95-007720 
Lee,    Tae-Won 
95-009505 
Lee  ,   Wade 

95-008361 
Lee,   Melton  L. 

93-009571 
Lee,   Vong-Chul 


Lefevre,  F. 

95-007479 
Leffr  Craig  S, 

95-OD96tQ 


Lefkovi  tK,   Naomi  il. 

95-00^537 
Lchtinen,  Karl  J. 

95-008931 
Lelnonen,  Kalovi 

93-009140 
l.eiro,  J. 

95-008609 
Leitncr,  Jenn 

95-007913 
Leitner,  Jean  K. 

95-007721 
I.ejemie,  Pic  ere 

95-007'i7'i 

95-008160 
Lck ,  Sovan 

95-009099 
Lolck,  Autcm 

95-009357 
Leiekov,  S.  G. 

95-00 83S5 
Lent?-,  David  C. 

95-009336 
LenKi,  M. 

95-007265 
Leonard,  Sltivaun 

95-007245 
Lconettl,  Frank  E. 

95-0079't? 
LeonK,  J -  C. 

95-007790 

95-008686 

95-008713 

95-008719 

95-0007511 
Laong,  Jo-Ann 

95 -007941 
Lesis,  J.  W. 

95-008774 
Leslie,  John  K. 

95-0()fl33.r. 
Lester,  R.  J.  G. 

95-008761 
LeTcndi-Ci,  Gerard  C, 

95-009300 
Levir  D. 

95-008280 
Levine,  It.  P. 

95-008556 
Levingn,  C.  D. 

95-009506 
Levings,  Colin  D. 

95-007289 
Levy,  David  A, 

95-009367 
LewbiirL,  Gregory 

93-OOB644 
Lcwtiact,  Gtugoty  A. 

95-007380 

95-007722 

95-007759 

95-008435 

95-flOH625 

95-008869 
Lewis,  Brent  L. 

95-008918 
Lewis,  Grant  L. 

95-000228 
Lewis,  J.  W. 

95-007807 

93-008813 

93-008814 
Li  Jim 

93-007342 
Li  Van an 

95-007723 


FR  40C4) 


246 


IMS 


t.odiniium,    H. 

(l'>-I)()7()an 
Lock,  II-  A.  i!. 

<J!)-(l()ft')(i!i 
l,oil(',.',  Iravtil  H. 

l,i. cw,    K.    U. 


I.IIIIMH  ,     i).      I'. 
')!i-l)Wl')'.:> 

], milliard,    II. 

'JVOil/IWI 
l.omliiii  I  i>,    Ant  on  I 

WHOM'!/ 

l,t)ll<>  ,     K  .      I'  . 


[.nl'i'ii/ii,    A. 

1:111  Cll/,0,        J   .       M. 

Ti-ODI 

I.OIII,      I''. 

<)'i  ••(»()' 
l,niV.,    II.    V. 

S.,    .If. 

Lintimw,    Konfitanly 

'j'i-lHl'J'HKi 
l.oli  ,    It.    C. 


[,nl  t  ii,   .ln!u>|'li  W. ,   Jr. 

•j'i-iKHi'j/i'. 
I, ill  1  il,    .[oiK'ph   Wl  I  lliuil,    .ll' 


1,1111,     ])IHI(!     (', 

»i'.   i1 

V  I  "  I 

I.IJIt,   l;. 
l.iivc.,    Nuncy  K. 
l.ovivjoy,    Nnllinn  It. 
Lovnll,    It.    T. 


l,i)voll ,    Rnmlolph  -1. 

0.1-007/130 
Uwnll,   Ulchnrd  T. 

95-0073A9 

9D-007HBO 
95-000300 


3.A7  1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Lovik,    P. 

95-006595 
Lowe,  P. 

95-008857 
Lozano-V. ,  H.  Loiirdes 

95-0(19102 
Lu,  J--K. 

s.i -0088*6 

95-008945 
Lu,  ¥. 

95-QOB750 
Lucas,  H.  C, 

')5-007728 
Ludwlg,  Bryan 

95-009191 
Ludwig,  Gerald  H. 

95-007227 
Lurtwlg,  J.  P. 

95-008910 
Luor,  C.  A. 

95-007782 
Luft,  J.  C. 

95-007746 
Lugll,  Marco 

95-0081)35 
Lumsden,  J.  S. 

95-007729 

95-008557 
Lundberg,  B. 

95-008229 
Luoma,  Tiina 

95-009224 
Lupi,  P. 

95-0074B2 

95-007488 
Lupiani,  B, 

95-008720 
Luquet,  P. 

95-007421 
Lusk,  Stanislav 

95-007730 

95-007731 

95-008337 

95-009117 

95-009366 
Luskova,  Vera 

95-007730 

95-007731 
Lutcavage,  Holly 

95-009507 
LuLea,  Paul  B. 

95-007333 
Luzier,  J.  H. 

95-007343 
Luzzana,  U. 

95-007344 
Lydeard,  Charles 

95-007959 

95-008401 

95-009369 
Lygren,  B, 

95-00855B 
Lynch,  V.  H. 

95-008559 
Lyng,  F. 

95-007757 
Lyon,  John  Crimson 

95-0.09060 
Lyons,  John 

95-009370 
Lyons,  H. 

95-007757 
Ma,  PoKay  H. 

95-007498 


...CONTINUED... 
Ha,   PoKiiy  M. 
95-007499 
Mabee,    Paulii  H. 

95-000<t02 
MacAtatmiey,    Dnvc 

95-00955J 
MncDonald,    C.    A. 

95-OOH452 
Macdouald,   C.   11. 

95 -00 09 40 
Hacdonald,   .),   A. 

95-007545 
Hacdonnld,   John  M. 

95-00950B 
HacDonalil,   Leu  11. 

95-009097 
MacDougal,   K.   C. 
95-007732 
95-OOHH82 
MacDougall,    tJ, 
95-0072R6 
95-OOBH3J 
Hachena,    C. 

95-009311 
Machiels,   H.    A.    H. 

95 -0090 7 2 

Machordom,   A. 

95-00793U 

95-008403 

Hacias-Zamore,   Rune 

95-009509 
Mackenzie,    S. 
95-007733 
Mncleod,    L. 

95-008U47 
HacPhee,   U.    D. 

95-008557 
Madlcolas,  Adrian 

95-008177 
Hadsen,   H.    S. 
95-007734 
Madzlar,   Maria 

95-007351 
Mae,   fiidoo 

95-0076'.6 
Maekawa,   K. 

95-007635 
Haeno,  V. 

95-008000 
Haeno,  Yuklo 
95-000732 
Macntro,  M.  A. 

95-007752 
Hugo Lliacs,  M,  F. 

95-009320 
Mngnrlnoa,  11. 
95-008560 
95-008586 
Hagnuson,  John  J. 

95-009066 
Magnuason,  K jar tan  G. 

95-009262 
Magaulns,  A. 
95-007960 
Magnrran,  Anne  E. 

95-008017 
Mahajan,  Honlka 

93-008310 
Mahendrakat,  N.  S, 

95-0075/.8 
Haher,  Robert  J. 

95-009371 
Mahnken,  Conrad 

95-009118 

Hohnken,  Conrad  V,  W. 
95-007148 


FR  40(41 


248 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


...CONTINUED.  ,  . 
rtaJiiiVeri,   Conrad   V,    W. 

95-007155 

95-007136 

95-007169 

95-007173 

95-009171 
.HalKH,    JcfCery   L. 


MsMhiot,    Kristin   F. 


KjiJlloL,    V. 

95-009362 
Malta,  Masashi 

93-007522 
M.ikoyevH,  A.  P, 

95-009119 
Kakslnonkovi  V.  V. 


M^lek,   K.    A. 

55-009822 
Ha  In  tin  ska,  I,, 

95-007669 
HJlik,  E. 

95-007223 
M-=ilisuit  Joffrny  A, 

95-OQ73&9 
M,illa  Keddy,  P. 

95-008946 
ManaHg,  S  ,  S. 


HiTicarK,    A. 

95-007'i31 
M.iTicara,  Anrlr/.eJ 

95-007170 

95-007350 
Ma-Una,  K.  J[. 

95-OOJ1&1 
HaijjDk.  <', 

95-oose;1) 


95-007278 


A. 


ManLrc,  Charles  A. 
95-00/791 

Ha  rim,    B,    q. 


H^nn.   Jljirt  In   J  . 

95-IMID2?] 
Manrs.    RLclsard  1L   K. 


95-0091B1 

MJLLnliTg,    IJ.    El. 

95-008521 
M.inz,  I). 

95-OOfl'nOO 
Mao  Eiluijlatl 

95-0117/33 
Maraud!;,  jGtcy 

95-011919'! 
Marc,  A,  H. 

95-007736 
M.irrtj,  II.  E. 

95-007859 
HaicTi,  I'aul  E, 

95-007737 
Merchant,  ,J.  A. 

95-007120 
M-archalfirra,  Marp,ac(!t  A. 

95-007507 

95-007937 
Marrtiattl,  hi, 


Marcoglicsc,    D.    J. 
95-008771 

Marconato,    A, 
95-009138 


HaL-conato,    Andrea 

95-007^7'. 
Harek,  Jan 

95-008947 
Mariu-Magan,  V. 

95-OOS03fi 
Harin,  G. 

95-007901 

95-008138 
Marino,  G. 

95-00726', 
Marino ,  Giovanna 

95-007'.G5 
Markevlch,  A.  I . 

95-OQ9S11 
Marking,  L.  L. 

95-008629 
Marks,  Jennifer  A. 

95-007180 
Marley,  Garry  H, 

95-007779 
Marlowe,  Chris toplicr 

95-009202 
Haroy,  T. 

95-OOB595 
Marsden,  M.  J. 

95-0076711 

95-008561 
Maraden,  M.  W. 

95-007109 
Marshall,  Christopher  J. 

95-009018 
Marshall,  Frank  E. 

95-009*.39 
Harteijn,  Eric  C.  L. 

95-009290 
Martel,  P.  H. 

95-008948 
Mar tern 'yanov,  V.  I. 

95-008H/.8 
Martin,  J.  L. 

95-00713'. 
Martin,  J.-L. 

95-00709S 
Martin,  S.  W. 

95-000;.  79 
Martin,  Sabinn 

95-OOH925 
Hartincau,  I). 

95-0086B8 
Mfirlineau,  Daniel 

95-008707 
Martinoz,  Pat 

95-009'.  18 
Martinez ,  Patrick 

95-009612 
Martinson,  B. 

95-008562 
Marty,  Gary  D. 

95-007738 

95-007739 
Martyniak,  Andrzej 

95-009303 
Marwitz,  Todd  D. 

95-008115 

95-008294 
Mane,  V. 

95-0088'iG 

95-0089'iS 
Maslin,  J.  L. 

95-007910 
Mason,  Lyle  K. 

95-009419 
Massabuau,  J.-C. 

95-007629 
Massik,  Z. 

95-007171 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


JMSllda,     II. 

05  -QO  7961 
HflSiioki),  I- 

1)5-00761)0 
ffalcna,  .1. 

95-0082.12 
Hntona,  Josef 

95-OOH171 

OS  -009  '(20 
!fal.1ioncy,  Matthew  P.,  IV 

95-OQB172 
Mdtlieson,  R.  £•  .  Jr- 

95-008138 
M=i  thews,  C.  J. 

95-007648 
flathcws.  Stephen  B, 


MathieseH,   Claes   K. 

55-007110 
Mathur,  Anil  K. 


Matishov,  I).   G. 

95-008950 
Hatlsliov,  G.  G. 

95-008950 
Hatsubara,  Takahiro 

95-007740 
Hatsuishi,  Takashi 

95-007962 
Ha  t  sunn  ra,  Kozaburo 

95-007172 
Matsunaga,  Katsuliiko 

95-009372 
Matsiinaga,  Takeshi 

95-007903 
Hatsuno,  Vasulilsa 

95-007634 

Hatsuoka,   Satoru 

95-008732 
Ha  t  B  uu  ra  ,  Vas  unobu 

95-QD810Q 
HatHinira,  VoVo 

9:1-007771 
Hatsuyama,  MlchLya 

95-007291 
Siatthews,  Elizabeth 

95-009512 
Matthews,  R.  A. 

95-008663 
Matthews,  Sue 

95-OOSH61 
Matthews,  William  J. 

95-007936 
Hattsson,  Kaj 

95-008931 
Matuila,  Ko 

95-009261 
Hatz,  Stuart  P, 

95-007500 
Mauchline,  John 

95-008363 
Maughan,  0,  E. 

95-007'<22 
Haughan,  o.  Eugene 

95-007206 
Maule.  A.  G, 

95-007741 
Haxlmenko,  v.  I. 

95-007376 
Haxtmovich,  A.  A. 

95-007742 
Hiwvell,  Jessica 

95-009373 
May,  E.  B. 

95-008899 
May,  Eric  B. 

95-008449 


...CONTINUED,  .  . 

May,    Eric    H. 

95-008150 

95-000631 

95-000792 

95-008922 

Hayama,   Hlrnshl 

95-008364 
Hayden,   ItlcliaL-d  L. 

05-009369 
Mnyer,    Foster  L. 

95-007138 
Mayer,   Lawrence  M. 

95-0091B3 

Maynard,   Deamond  J. 
95-007155 
95-007173 
95-009173 
Mazzola,   A. 

95-00726O 
HcAdoo,    Lc.wls  M. 

95-0093 7  \ 

McAfee,   Mary 

95-009192 

95-00930/1 

McAllister,     K. 

95-OOB59G 
McAllister,     P. 

95-008605 

McAllister,  Philip  K. 
95-000721 
95-OOH722 
95-000723 
95-00872* 
95-008723 
95-008726 
95-008737 
McAnilrew,  II .  J  . 

95-008413 
McArdlo,  Deborah.  A. 

95 -009 45 O 
McCain,    IK    U. 

95-008956 
McCnnt,    D.    n. 

95-0076C2 
McCartney,    M.    I1. 

95-OOUB5B 
McCarUy ,   C .    EugQin; 

95-009513 
HcClanahan,    Lon  1,. 

95-00766'+ 
McClannliati i     Timol-hy  K. 

95-008233 
McCorniick,    -J  .    Howard 

95-007092 

HeConiiick ,    .1  .    I . 

95-0007:13 

95-000791! 

McCormick,    S  to.ptittn   I). 

95-OOai'iO 
HcCrcady,    T. 
95-008787 
McCulloch,    Drucc  Reiil 

95-00823'. 
McCullough,     F.    S. 

95-OOQS22 
McDonald,    John  K. 

95-007713 
McDonald,    Lyman  L. 

95-008832 
McDonald,    S. 
95-009011 
McDonald,    S,     J. 

95-OOG951 
McDonald,   Susanna  J, 

95-008649 

McDonald,  Thomas  J. 
95- 0088 34 


FR  40(4) 


250 


1991 


AUTHOH   INDEX. 


..,  CONTINUED... 
McDonald,    Thomas  J. 


McDowalL,    B.   H. 

95-006339 
HcDos-eU,  T-  S. 

93-OOB63B 
McFacJiran,  John  D. 

93-008952 
McEachron,  Laurence  Vf. 

95-009212 

95-00*1213 

95-009513 
McElroy,  Douglas  M. 

95-009^06 
HcEwan,  K. 

95-0084  HH 
McFarLand,  V.  A. 

95-007662 
HcGse,  Stevo 

95-009179 
Hc.Geer,  J,  C,. 

95  -007  7'.  1 
HcGilllvray.  Dorceti  M. 

95-008527 
McGluness,  Kellio  I.. 

95-008952 
JlcGlathery,  Karen  J. 

95-009514 
McCiicr  In,  Joseph 

95-007174 
HcEfaLttm,  Russell 

95-009V23 
^[c^{cllry,  M.  q. 

95-OOB029 
Hcliitosh,  U. 

95-0081+90 
[•Eckuo-vii,  Drlan  A. 

95-008933 
^!cKill^Jcn,  C.  L. 

95-OQ852T> 
HcKlnnQll,  Skip 

95-00923'. 
KcKiiLalU,  Uiane  H. 

95-009066 
McLaren,  James  W. 


HcL-aughUii,    El,    J. 

95-009515 
Hcl.can,  H. 

95-007109 
HcLcuiian,  DoJjorali  A. 

95-003037 
Hcl.ougliUn,  H.  F. 

95-003733 

95-000793 
HcMamiH,  I.,  T. 

95-009525 
KcHaster,  A.  T. 

95-007423 
HcMLnhael,  R.  IE.,  Jr. 

95-009515 
McMillan,  Charm  Ion  11. 


McMillan,    W.   Owen 
95-OQ7963 

HcHaraara,    Tracey  S. 


HcWeely,    Jeffrey  A. 


He  Weil,    Raymond 

95-OOB173 
HcPhnll,  C.  D. 

95-007119 
HcPhall,  J.  D. 

95-00796A 
HcPhall,  John  D. 

95-007905 


McPhorson,    A.    B. 

95-0083  <tQ 
McQueen,  D.  J. 

95-0082'.9 
HcRae,  C.  L. 

95-008692 
Meacham,  Charles  P. 

95-009062 
Head,  S.  L. 


Measures,    L.    N. 

95-008669 
Mecattl,  M. 

95-007482 

95-0074B8 
Hedlavllla,  D. 

95-0077^5 
Medina,  A. 

95-007190 
Medina,  J.  H. 

95-000884 
Medina,  H.  J.  B. 


Medley,  P.  A.  II. 

95-009472 
Meier,  W. 

95-006677 
Meinhardt,  Hans 

95-007501 
Heismer,  Steven  H. 

95-009154 
Melard,  C. 

95-007228 

95-007624 
Meiarii,  Ch. 

95-008033 
Helby,  H.  P. 

95-008748 
Melingcn,  G.  0. 

95-008595 
Meilergaard,  Stlg 

95-008728 
Melotti,  P. 

95-007330 
Mendel,  G.  W, 

95-007912 
Henen,  Jean-  Francois 

95-007B19 
Menezes  ,  G.  C. 

95-007840 
Meng,  Lesa 

95-009437 
Mcngclers,  M.  J.  D. 

95-008480 
Mcnon,  A.  G.  K. 

95-008712 
Menu,  llruno 

95-007292 
Mercer,  G. 

95-008926 
Merceron,  M. 

95-007166 
Hercliie,  G. 

95-0073H6 
Merenlenrter,  Adina  M. 

95-009056 
Merlcko,  P. 

95-008882 
Merle,  G, 

95-008703 
Merrifleld,  John 

95-009063 
Merron,  Glenn  S, 

95-007460 

95-008341 
Mesamer,  Rhine  T. 

95-009325 


FH  40(4) 


251 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Metealfe,   Chris  D. 

95-0061352 
Hetcnlfc,  Neil  II. 

95-006016 
HelcalCe,  Trnc.y  L. 

95-008852 
Melon,  I  . 

95-007745 
Meyer,  Axel 

95-007959 

95-C07965 

95-OOB401 
Meyer,  Kelly  J. 

95-C0932(t 
Meyers  ,  Samuel  P. 

95-00955', 
Meyer5,  T.  R. 

95-OOB729 
Hez,  Konstanze 

95-008979 
Hlcarcili,  P. 

95-007265 
Micha,  J.  C. 

95-007312 

95-007624 
Michel,  C. 

95-008563 
Middaugh,  Douglas  P. 

95-008907 
Hidtlyne,  P.  J. 

95-00856'! 
Hihara,  Shi  gem 

95-007710 
Mikawa,  h'aoml 

95-007904 
Mikhoev,  V.  N. 

95-008038 
Mikheev,  Viktor  N. 

95-008039 
Mikheyev,  V.  N. 

95-008040 

Mlkkelsen,    Paula  M. 

95-009(150 
Mlklosl,  Adam 


Hikolajcayk,   Tomasa 

95-007571 
Milan!  ,  A. 

95-008638 
Millar,  Harvey  H. 

95-0091*8 
Miller,  Jessica 

95-009438 
Miller,  Keith  E. 

95-009045 
Miller,  Michael  C. 

95-OOTM9 
Miller,  M.  W. 

95-007746 

95-008623 
MLllcr,  Scott  A. 

95-007175 

95-007191 
Hllligan,  C.  Louise 

95-007672 
HUner,  George  D. 

95-009173 
Hllstein,  A. 

95-007229 
Kims,  Steven  D. 

95-007200 

95-007256 

95-007347 

95-007878 
Hinkklnen,  Steven  P, 

93-007239 


...CONTINUED..  . 
MinkkiUGii,    Steven   P. 

95-009193 
Minos,   G. 

95-007502 
Mires,   Dan 

95-007230 
Hlronov,   S.   G. 

95-007363 
Miskliimlii,    Hrenda   H. 

95-009305 
Mitchell,    A.    J. 

95-008794 
Mitchell,    Andrew  J, 

95-007131 
Mitchell,    Dill 

95-00812'. 
Mitclicll,    H.    E. 

95-009515 
Mltema,   E. 

95-0011930 
MHra,   P.   H. 

95-008139 

95-009263 
Mitson,    II.    II. 

95-009.120 
Mittellmcd,    C.    G. 

95-008242 
Mitirn,   Chlcmi 

95-0077't? 
Miurn,   Nobuaki 

95-008296 
Miurn,   Takeshi 

95-0077'.? 

95-0077'.8 
Mlyakoalil,  Vasuyuki 

95-008174 
Miyamoto,  Voahinori 

95-009153 
Miyasakl,  Taiko 

95-007749 
Hiyata,  II. 


95-0009')  5 
Miyata,  M. 

95-008365 
Mlyoahi,  Kiyoliaru 

95-007G'.6 
Mlzell,  Mci'lc 

95-OOQ7B2 
Ml7.ii  t,  Janet  A. 

95-008342 
Mo,  T.  A. 

95-008795 
Nodclc,  Timothy 

95-009fi05 
Moena,  L. 

95-008811 
MofEett,  Mary  F. 

95-008997 
MoEEitt,  Clififltinc  H. 

95-008566 

95-008367 
Mohamed,  A.  R.  H. 

95-008343 
Moklitnr,  Hazlln  B, 

95-007H62 
Molinoro,  A. 

95-007750 
Mollenhauer,  Diotoi- 

95-009357 
Molnar,  K. 

95-008796 
Moloncy,  Coleen  L. 

95-009226 
Honda  1  -  Sr  K, 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


...COMTIfiUED... 

KcnJal,    S.    K. 

95-007235 

95-OQB646 
Kontelro,    Carlos  Costa 


HoitLer.ia.yor  Leal  ,   Jesus 


Mcmwuayor-Lopea!,    Gabriel* 

95-OQ9S95 
Mont  gonery,   W.    Linn 


Kaon  h    T.   H. 
95-007567 
35-007620 
95-O07751 
95-OQ7752 

Hoaro.     Barry  C. 
95-009291 

Moore.    J.    fl. 
•95-OQB56H 

BOOTS.    H.    N. 


Moore.    Stephen   E, 

95-00833** 
Kara,  H.  A. 

95-008910 
Marges,  C, 

95-OOV753 

93-007754 

95-007B10 
Haralos-Hln,  l)p:it_riz 

95-O074QV 
Ma  ran,  P. 

95-ODJ973 


Mar;ivoct    F. 

95-00^707 
Moriiontl,  0, 

95-007330 
Mijreira,  Frnti 

95-OD9O60 
Mo  r  Ran  ,  C  , 


Morgan,    J,    D  , 

95-007BC9 
Marggin,  ^L  K  . 

95-OOB7H1 
Mori.  I. 

95-007823 
Mar!,  Scllcld 

95-006363 
Mai-lkaua,  Toliru 


Marln,     Roderick 

95-009:373 
Horlug,,  John  R- 

95-009  m 

95-009204 
Horloka,  Tiilxo 

95-009206 
Horlsann,  Sachiko 

flS-007503 
Korlta,  ,J. 

95-008570 
Horll?.,  Craig 

95-007966 
Horlyama  ,  Slumauke 

95-OD7690 


Horlaot,   Donald  C, 

95-OD93.2H 
Korlzur,  V. 

95-ODQ572 
Korley,  H.  J. 


Morris,  Carl  H. 
95-OD&911 


Morris,    D. 

95-007756 
Morrison,    C.   M. 

95-00(t'.52 

Morrison,    CaroL   H. 
95-007504 
95-009645 
Morrison,   D. 
95-008665 
Morrison,    E.    E. 

95-008617 
Morrison,    J.    R. 

95-008442 
Morrison,    Scott  F. 

95-00834't 
Morris sey ,    John   F. 

95-007929 
Morrisscy,    M.    T. 

95-009558 
Mosa,    S.    G. 

M-  009343 
Mosconi,    G. 
95-007330 
95-007762 
Moshu,    A.    J. 
95-008443 
Moss,    Brian 

95-007/.45 
Mostafa,   Kamal  A.. 

95-007270 
Mothers!!!,    C. 

95-007757 
Hotoraatu,    Keiichiro 

95-008023 
Hotoniahi,   N. 
95-OOB7flB 
Mott,    Donald  F. 

95-007112 
Hourich,    D.   V. 

95-007790 
Motis,    P.    J. 

95-009072 
Moxey,    Michael  Bruce 

95-008295 
Moyle,    I'eter  D. 

95-009437 

Mudcrhwa,  N. 

95-008236 

Mueller,    Gordon 

95-009195 

95-009606 

Mueller,  Karl  U. 

95-009517 
Muhar,  S. 
95-00935'. 
95-009376 
Mulr,  J. 

95-007113 

Hulr,  J.  F. 

95-007080 

95-007083 

Muir,  James  F. 

95-007102 
Mukai,  Yukinori 

95-007758 
MuVhopadhyay,  P.  K. 

95-007207 
Muller-Feuga,  A. 

95-007442 
Huller,  Gabi 
95-007505 
Mulvey(  Joseph  F. 

95-007506 
Mulvey,  Margaret 

95-008953 
Munaainghe,  L,  C, 
95-007432 


FR  40(4) 


253 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Humiay,  Barry  L. 

95-008433 
MimkitLrlck,    Kelly   R, 

95-009003 
Himn,   H. 

95-01)8717 
Hunn,  Colin  I!, 

95-008535 
Munro,  A.   L.   S. 

95-01)8745 
Munro,  Gordon  R. 

95-009264 
Munshi,   J.   S.   D. 

95-007777 
Muoenke,   MaiH'ic-e 

95-009212 
Murad,    Ajrnal 

95-007667 
Murakami ,   Hiroki 

95-007967 
Hurase,  Teruaki 

95-007876 
Muroga,   K, 

95-OOS730 

95-008734 
Huroga,  Kiyokunl 

95-008735 
Murphy,  B.   R. 

95-007562 
Murphy,   Brian  R, 

95-008191 

95-008278 
Murphy,  Dennis  D. 

95-009056 
Murphy,  Rhonda 

95-007759 
Murphy,   William   F. 

95-009064 

95-009065 
Hurray,  A. 

95-007158 
Murray,  James 

95-007760 
Hurray,   S. 

95-009227 
MurLhy,   C.   H.    R.    K. 

95-007103 
Murugesan,  A.  G. 

95-008954 

95-008955 
Murugesan,  V.  K, 

95-007236 
Hushiake,   Kelichl 

95-007348 
Huslck,   John  A. 

95-007638 

95-007945 

95-008261 
Musil,   Petr 

95-008237 
Mustafa,  Saleern 

93-007262 
Mustafa,   T. 

95-007761 
HuLh,  Robert  T. 

95-00915'; 
Mutharla,  L.  H, 

95-008497 

95-008571 
Hutoh,  Takaahl 

95-008260 
Muzzall,  Patrick  H. 

95-008799 
Mwanja,  Wilson 

95-007968 

Myers,  Dean  A. 

95-007937 


Myers,    M.    S, 

95-008023 

95-008868 

95-008942 

95-008956 

95-009006 
Myers,  Taroi  R. 

05-007937 
Na-Nakoni,  Uthairnt 

95-008572 
Nnblaai,  M. 

95-007762 
Nachtnebel,  II.  1'. 

95-0093'iB 
Nndaln,  K.  C.  R, 

95-008750 
Narttocllly,  V.  V. 

95 -009.1:)  3 

95-009534 
NtiGgcll ,  HmispuLei: 

1)5-008979 
Niifstad,  P.  J.  It. 

95-007806 
Naaattama ,  Voglil  Lakn 

95-(J077'i7 

95-0077'tH 
Nagal,  Takn.shi 

95-0076'tf. 
Naganawa,  Ka^iiyn 

95-008239 

95-008239 

95-008259 

95-008637 

95-008674 

95-00951B 
Nagatn,  Mitauhiro 

95-00793A 
Nagcl,  Laurn  M. 

95-008411 
Naiman,  H.  J. 

95-009389 
Nniman,  Robert  J. 

95-OOQl/iO 

95-009059 

95-()0906fi 

95-009375 
Nnito,  Ka^uaki 

95-008175 
Nakai,  T. 

95-008730 

95-008734 
Hakni,  Toalillilru 

95-008453 
Naki\l,  Toahlhlro 

95-008735 
Nukajima,  K. 

95-008731 

95-008800 
Nakajima,  Kazulil  ca 

95-008732 
Nakanuira,  KBWOI-U 

95-007763 
Nakamurn,  KaKiiyo 

95-000613 
Nakamura,  Vosliiliiko 

95-009153 
Nakaniahlt  T. 

95-006568 
Naltano,  Uiroshi 

93-009206 
Nakano,  Sliigeru 

95-009121 
Nakao,  T. 

95-OOfl9/i5 
Nakata,  Kaoru 

95-007815 


FR 


251, 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Nakatani  ,    Keslilyu 

95-OOB10'} 
Nskalani,  To.slilkuni 

95-ODB2'.0 

95-QOB2M 

95-008260 
*Jaka.zorw,  Ahliiobu 

95-OOH02B 

95-008059 
San,  Ki  Wan 

95-008257 
fc'anba  ,  tC  . 

95-007827 

95-007894 

95-  008434 
Ifanda,  SniuEiyeniLni 

95-008957 
fiarat  Kazut.nstii 

95-007172 
Hash  ImoU),  KaLsuakL 

95-OOB023 
Nat,  Merit.  Program  Colo, 

95-OOBJ45 
fiath,  D. 

93-007231 

95-009150 
Nrittimilol,  n.  K\ibex 


Ka  va  i'  LO-  PC  re  x  ,    Sorila 

95-0*15370 
Kavari'o,    1  , 


Ncal  ,    Tom 

95-OIJ7'J 
Nthlncn,    Hilla 
9^-onO-Jl'i 
i,    II.    Fl. 


Wolii-Jllfl,    II,    Iliiri-y 

95-(IO!167B 
(•Icihai^cl  ,    Timothy  W. 


Nelll,    M.    !l. 

95-DOB176 
Nfllra,  Rnbcrto 

91-008129 
NnllH,  II, 

95-  007  11  f« 
Hsllj,  llann 

95-OOB5U 
Mai  son  ,  (!  .  A, 


Holsnu,    It,    V. 


Jiolson, 

95-0[)7'*aO 
Ncrnatlpmir,  (!.  It. 

93-0075(12 
Ncmcsck,  J. 

95-OOQ9QO 
WemctR,  Tiiociwis  Ci. 

95-OQB591 

95-OI)9rj55 
NcraiJ,  T. 

95-008667 
ii  N.  F. 


Hevitt,    Gabrlclle  A. 

95-Q07507 
Hew,   Hicbaol 

95-007114 


Neuhey ,    K.    R. 
95-009024 
Newhury,    i'aul  F. 

95-009573 
Ncivmnn,    Michael   C. 

95-000953 
Newman,    Stephen   J. 

95-009228 
NewstGd,    J.    L. 

95-008910 
News  tod,    John  L. 

95-OOB95(J 
Newton,   C.    II. 
95-009471 
Nezjin ,    E . 

95-007166 
Ngathc,    S. 

95-008930 
Nichol,    Stuart  T. 

95-008741 
Nichols,    Peter  D. 

95-0075fi4 
Nicholson,    D. 
95-OOB685 
Nicholson,    H.    L. 
95-008736 
95-008742 
Nicieza,    A.    G. 

95-007508 
Niclii,    Elizabeth 

95-008141 
Nickum,   J,    G. 
95-008454 
Nicolini,   L. 
95-008514 
Niedoroda,   Alan  W. 

95-009439 
Nielsen,    Else 

95-008728 
Mielseti,   Jorgen  G. 

95-008404 
Nielsen,    Larry  A. 

95-009067 
Hioveen,    H.    C. 

95-007765 
Nlewolak,    Stanislaw 

95-009303 
Niina,   llajime 

95-007634 

Nijhof,   Mark 

95-007433 

Nlkinmaa,  H. 

95-007766 

95-007870 

Nikinmaa,  Mikko 

95-OOB990 

Nilaen,   F. 

95-008657 

95-008664 

95-008683 

95-008783 

Nilasen,   Kjell  J. 

95-007776 
Nilsson,  Anita 

95-008995 

Hilsson,  G.    E. 

95-007607 

95-007609 

Hilsson,  Goran  E. 

95-007767 

95-007768 

Nilsson,   S. 

95-007560 

95-007685 

95-007769 

Nilsson,    SteEan 

95-007605 


FR 


255 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


liislllkilKil,     YilSUO 

95-<H)fl222 
tlishiuka,  R,  S. 

95-00765'; 

95-007B23 
Hlshizawa,  T. 

95-008730 

95-Q0873ti 
tiishi/aKii,  Toyohiko 

95-008735 
NUi,  I'.  D. 

95-007716 
Mva,  T, 

95-009155 
Six,  J. 

95-008982 
Noble,  A, 

95-OOS801 
fiocita,  A. 

95-008159 
i>oe,  Bryan  D. 

95-007743 
Noel,  0. 

95-007716 
fioga,  £. 

95-008801 
Koga,  E.  J. 

95-008802 
Koga,  Edward 

95-ooa<.&7 

Noga,  Edward  J. 

95-008573 

95-008630 
Soonan,  Brian 

95-008574 
Noordlmis,  Ruurd 

95-009290 
Norcvoss,  Brcnda  L. 

95-009577 
fiordrao,  R. 

95-008575 
Human ,  Hazel  J. 

95-009067 
Norraan,  R.  w, 

95-008781 
Norman,  Hubert 

95-009423 
Norroant,  Y. 

95-007300 
Morthcotc,  Thomas  G. 

95-008091 
Noskov,  A.  S. 

95-009265 
(Jovoa,  B. 

95-DOSS31 

95-008699 

95-008736 
Novotny,  Jerry  F. 

95-007142 
Novy,  Janes  R. 

95-009324 
Novak,  H. 

55-009*12 

95-009426 
Nowak,  Halgorzata 

95-009613 
fioya,  K, 

95-008560 

95-OOB743 
Soye,  fl.  J. 

95-009274 
Ntakimazl,  G, 

95-009306 
Nunaehi,  K, 

95-007961 

Ken-Ichl 

95-007962 


Nunec,  Alex  PIrea  cln  Olivcira 

95-007232 
HiuieK,   B.    ScotL 

95-007770 
Nunez,   R, 

95-008586 
tfiiov ,    S . 

95-007233 

(Jyluiicl,   A. 

95-008737 

95-00&730 

0  'Grlen,    Harry 

95-000346 
O 'Connor,    R.    r. 

95-OOflO/((l 
O'Connor,    Brcnclan 

95-007434 
O'Dierno,    Lliula  J. 

95-009556 
O'Dowd,   ft.   H. 
95-008501 
O'Grady,   H. 

95-009:179 

O'HaHoran,   J, 

95-009327 

95-009344 

O'ltarEi,  Ken 

95-009109 
O'llarii,   Kenneth 

95-008117 
O'hUigin,    Colra 

95-0079(19 
Oatea,   David  W. 

95-008'.05 
Obickcgilc,   A. 
aii-OOflWS 
Obuchl,   Takashi 

93-009232 
Oclii,    Haruki 
95-ooao'.a 
Oc.hini,  Maaako 

95-007569 
Odell,    Daniel  K. 

95 -O09'i  29 
Ogawa,    K. 

95 -0006  BO 
95-008769 
Ogawa,    Hizutio 

95-007771 
Ogle,    E.    Scott 

95-000980 
Oh,   Nyung-Joo 

95-008739 
Oligai,    Hideo 
95-007710 
Olikl,    I, 

95-007854 
OhkubD,    Shiii-lchi 

95-00817/( 
Ohkuna,    Kaziimaaa 

95-008133 
Ohta,   Hirrani 
95-007176 
Ohta,    S. 

95-0088*16 

95-008945 

Ohta,    Takauobu 

95-008059 
Ohtani-Kaneko,    !t. 

95-007670 

Oikarl,   Almo 

95-008990 

Oikawa,  Shin 

95- 007772 

Oltetong,   Evelyn 

95-009512 


FR 


256 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


GJulkangas,    Esa 

95-009122 
Ckflrfa,  Edson  XiyosM 

95-008109 
Okafor.  N, 

95-008455 
Okarwio,  K, 

95-007814 

95-008740 

95-OOH7BS 
Okarwto,  Nolvuakl 

95-007522 

95-007701 
OkiMro,  Hark 

95-UQ7779 
Ok  la,  L.eiuirii  t 

95-00^377 
Ok.tir.ura,  Ilitoml 

95-007773 
Okuzai-;.-!,  Kojchl 

95-00777', 
OLcSbam,  Thomas  E. 

95-GQB327 
OLe  sen,  N-  J  . 

95-GQ869B 
Olivclra  Rlbelro,  G,  A. 

95-00695'! 
OliveUa.  R.  F. 

95-007509 
Olivier,  Jeari  Michel 

95-009125 
Olla,  U.  L. 

95-007775 
dlncy,  P.  J.  S. 

55-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
Olscn,  Hfliiili 

95-007833 
Olsnci.  Yngvai1  A. 

^5-007776 
Oisgard,  KroiJa 

95-009123 
Olson,  Douglas  E. 

95-007177 
Olson,  K.  R. 

95-007777 
Olson,  Hark  11- 


Olson,    0.    P. 


Olson,    Hubert  E. 

35-008B03 
Olsaont    C- 


95-00777H 
OLvcira,    J.    G. 


Omal  'cliciiko,    V,    T. 

95-007970 
Oniorl,  Kojl 

95-008012 

95-009266 
Onarhaim,  Anne  Mette 

95-008576 
Ondrlas,  I. 

95-007502 
OngertLi,  J.  E. 

95-OQS581 
OnLlaket  KDKUO 

95-007B75 
Oppcgaard,  ]L 

95-OOB577 
Oppeihuizicn,  An  toon 

SS-DOQCOt 
Oproa,  L. 

95-007115 


Opus/.ynski  ,    K.irol 

95-00723', 
Orgtilg,  Sandra 

'J5-007&02 
Qris,  Jaiiins  T, 


95-008895 
Orlov,  A.  H. 

95  -0083'.  7 
Otmond,  U.  I-'.  G. 

95-009',72 
Orrcgo  Vienna,  Francisco 

95-009519 
Ortega,  E. 

93-007597 
Ortcgo,  Lisa  S. 

95-007779 
Ort.h,  Donald  J. 

95-00906H 
Oshorn,  Maury 


Oshorne,    Katulall   S. 

95  -009  'i  21 
Oacnbcrg,  C.  W. 

95-0082'<2 
Gallium,  Kevin  H. 

95-0087'hl 
Ossc,  .1.  W.  M. 

95-007536 


Osse,    Jan  W.    M. 

95-007116 

95-008092 
OMLland,  V.  E, 

95-007729 

95-OOB557 

95-008665 
Ostrach,  Oavid  J. 

95-009430 
Ostrantler,  G.  K. 

95-007971 
Ostramlcr,  Gary  K. 

95-007779 

95-008850 
Ostrovsky,  Ilia 

95-009207 
Otake,  T. 

95-007780 
Otlioudi,  R.  A. 

95-008910 
Ototakc,  M. 

95-006568 
Otta,  S. 

9S-0085/.9 

95-008627 
Ouclii,  Kazuoml 

95-007710 
OutUt,  G.  Y. 

95-007583 
Owens,  Randall  W. 

95-008243 
Oyanedel,  S. 


95-008463 
Ozawa,  Takakazu 

95-008093 

95-008296 
Ozoirnyuk,  N.  D, 

95-00770/t 
Ozkizilcik,  Sureyya 

95-007594 
Paerl,  Hans  W. 

95-007073 
Pai,  Roglmvenara 

95-008576 
Painter,  Kathleen  M. 

95-009321 


FR 


257 


1995 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


Panne  ter,   Michelle  May 


')5-OOH426 

93-OOS456 

95-008773 

95-IK)8fi04 
Pahifio.i,  Paulo 

95-OI)ti966 
Falliei.il,  DuLcidela 

95-0<)<)12'f 
Pdllsoc.  F.  P.,  Jr. 

95-008960 
Palm,  R.  C. ,  Jr. 

95-OOU379 
Pnlmfiirin,  Jorge  M. 

95-009069 
Palmer,  K.  E. 

95-008142 
Palunhl,  Stephen  R. 

95-007963 
Paiiiintuan,  I.  S. 

95-009530 
Pan*;  t  ski,  Gail  A. 

95-009095 
Pang  Hongyall 

95-007342 
Pankluirst,  N.  W. 

9S-007781 
Paolillo,  Felipe  H. 

95-009521 
Papandroulakis,  H. 

95-007338 
Paperna,  I . 

95-008666 
Paperno,  R. 

95-009515 
Papouisnglou,  S.  E. 

95-1107117 
Paramuiwaran,  S. 

95-007236 

95-1)1)9550 
Parilue,  H.  T. 

95-007782 
Parham,  Peter 

95-007783 
Parln,  N.  V. 

95-008406 

95-008407 
Parlpataiianont,  Tippawan 

95-007349 

95-008580 
Paris! ,  G. 

95-007482 

95-007488 
Park,  E.-H, 

95-007972 
Park,  Jin-Woo 

95-007699 
Park,  Kwang-Jae 

9S-OD8355 
Park,  L.  K. 

95-007973 
Park,  Hotra  T. 

95-007656 
Park,  Veung-llo 

95-007683 

95-007699 
Park,  Vang-Joo 

95-OD76B1 
Parks,  L.  H. 

95-008908 
Paraentcr,  stevo 

95-009336 


I'arrjssaa,   M. 
95-007567 
Paruott,   Joanne  L. 

95-00896  L 
Part,   Petet 

95-0078H6 
Partliaaarathy  ,    K. 

95-00721B 
Partridge,    J.    C. 

95-007613 
t'arwar,    n.    J  . 
95-008901 
Paacho,    H.    J. 
95-008525 
95-008581 
t'ascual,  Miguel 

95-009156 
Paspatis,  H, 
95-00(3013 
Pasternak,    John   Patrick 

95-008962 
t'asKkowski,    C.    A. 

95-008110 
Patl,   D. 

95-007762 
Patil,   D.   D. 
95-0072'»7 
PaLil,   Jawahar  G, 

95-007237 
Patrick,  HuLh 

95-0094'iO 
Pattce,    E. 

95-0079LO 
Patterson,    flolin 

95-007510 
Patterson,    K.    K. 

95-00926B 
Paul,   Aufiiistua   J  . 

95-008220 
Paul,   E.  A. 

95-008963 
Paul,   John  !•'  , 

95-008B53 
Paul,   Hudlgor  J, 

95-007598 
Pau  lovi  t.s  ,    (lalior 

95-009312 
Paiily,  1>. 

95-00737(i 
PaiiHt,  Hrlaii  C. 

95-008333 
Pavan,   fiianiii 

95-00)8035 
Pavlov,   11.    S. 
95-007511 
95-00804'! 
93-OOS045 
95-008057 
Panes,   F. 

9S-008589 
Pearco-Kelly,    Pnul 

95-007384. 
Pccli-Ek,   H.    C,    F. 

95-008820 
Pcchan,    Peter 

93-00  799'i 
Pecheanu,  C. 
95-007115 
Pedcraen,   B,    H. 

95-0076G6 

Pederaon,   K, 

95-008582 

Pederson,  S.   A, 

95-009322 


258 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


FeJinl  h    Mario 

9J-0071V* 
Pfdrajas.  J.  Ft. 

95-00896-1 
Pedrelli,  John  W. 

95-0093')<> 
Pegasov,  V.  A. 


Peinado.    J. 

95-OQB96'i 
Peisol.o,  Benin  rclu 

95-007903 
Felgroc.i,  S.  M.  G.  J, 

95-OQB965 
Pel  kouen  ,  S  . 


Pel  LeLi-ec,    tinny 

«-0077fl5 
Pel  lett,  Thomas  D. 

95-GOBD<)4 
Pel  11  11  DH  .  Jukka 


Pelslar,    B. 

95-OI)77S(j 
Pelstor,  Rcrud 

»-0077fl7 
Pcsia.  H.  H. 


95-OOH116 
95-OOflllT 
95-OQ9326 


Fcri<J=ni-vis,    H.    P. 

95-01113070 
Fcnd.is,  A.  H. 

95-OO  707*1 
Pf  n  oKn,k  ,  Tatiou  s  z 

95-D093B2 


rcnllugtan,    H.    C. 

95-OORB27 
Penniinoii,    J  . 

05-OOBB75 

I'entiRC,    S  . 


g   Do  Vfles,   F.    W.    T. 

U073?:j 

fitan,   J-liciincl 


PcnillsLou,    Tliomas  X. 

Q'j-aoftf-ia 
l*<ciicitt  de  Snnchez,  Mar  land  a 

9rj-009'.79 
rcplTii  Plccrc 


Parcrn  ,   -Glnrin 

9.-J-OD9310 
Pftrcrn,  R.  P, 

95-007562 
Peres,  Carloa  A. 

•95-009071 
Perca  FuciiLes,  J. 

95-CQ7/.52 
Pevev,,  J.  A. 

95-OO7357 
Perls,  Salvador  J. 


Pa  ma,    5.    A. 
95-QQ74BO 


Perova,    L.    I. 

95-009523 
Perry,  E.  A. 

95-009196 
Percy,  S,  F. 

95-007577 

95-007700 
Perry,  Steve  F. 

95-007805 
Persou-Le  RuyeL,  J. 

95-0072G9 
Pert,  Edmund  J. 

95-009335 
IJQt,  J.  S. 

95-009072 
Peter,  HorsL 

95-008925 
Peter,  H.  E. 

95-007781 
Petcrsen,  ClirisLopher  W. 

95-OOflO'.6 
Petersen,  Jena  KJerulf 

95-006297 
Petkevltch,  Z,  I. 

95-009272 
Petts,  G.  E. 

95-009347 
Peutc,  J, 

95-007821 
Pezold,  F. 

95-008189 
Pfolfer,  Frank  K. 

95-009605 
PEeiffer,  C.  J. 

95-007250 
PFiatsr,  Catherine  A. 

95-009270 
Phelps,  Ronnld  P. 

95-007193 

95-008348 
Philip,  G,  II. 

95-008966 
Pliillpp,  David  P. 

95-007975 
Phllippart,  J.  C. 

95-007228 
95-007/118 
95-008033 

95-0080117 
Phillips,  D.  H. 

95-008867 
Phillips,  M.  J. 

95-007158 
Phillips,  R.  D. 

95-007977 
Phillips,  Ruth  B. 

95-008064 
Phleger,  C.  F. 

95-007789 
Piccininno,  G. 

95-00851* 
Pickering,  Quentin  H. 

95-008967 
Pledrahita,  R. 

95-007151 
Piekaraki,  W.  J. 

95-008867 
Pieniazek,  N.  J. 

95-008638 
Pieraon,  Suzanne  M. 

95-009093 
Piferrer,  F. 

95-007999 
Piganelll,  J.  B. 

95-OOfl5(i8 
Piganelli,  J.  D. 

95-007790 


FR 


259 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Pihl,   Lcif 


Pljovfl,    5.    P. 

95-008(151 
Pike,  Charles  S.,   Ill 

95-007791 
Pike,  T. 

95-008349 
Pilgrim,    Derek  A. 

95.000573 
Finer,    fiayle 

95-00861.'! 
Piper,   Robert  G. 

95-009200 
PUtelok,    Franciszek 

95-00723H 
Piszczek,   Paul   P. 

95-009383 
Pitchford,   Gregory  Duanc 

95-01)938'. 
PiLnan,   Veronica  M. 

95-009191 
Pitt.,   William  C, 

95-00717(1 
Pitt  man,  K. 

95-007261 

95-007559 

95-007650 

95-007661 
Pizarro  F.  ,    Pedro 

95-008126 
Pizarro,   PeiLro 

95-008131 
Planas,   J, 

95-007567 
Planas,    Joscp 

95-007792 
PlaUeeuw,  Maarten 

95-008265 

95-008267 

95-008269 

95-008968 
Flatten,  M.    A. 

95-008733 
Plaut,    1. 

95-007485 
Plisetskaya,   Erlka  H. 

95-007755 
Plumb,   J.  A, 

95-008583 

95-OOS617 
Plumh,   John  A. 

95-008'i57 

95-008969 
Poczyczynski,   Pawel 

95-007350 
Poescr,  Frcil.  N, 

95-008408 
Pol,  Michael  V. 

95-008245 
Polat,   Hazmi 

95-OD829B 
Polischuk,  H,  I. 

95-009073 
Polling,  L. 

95-009422 
Pollock,  Kenneth  H. 

95-009284 
Polosukhina  ,  E,  S. 

95-007704 
Palzonotti  Hagni,  A.  M. 

93-007762 

Poncin,  P, 

95-008033 

95-008048 

Pcmgracz,   Peter 

95-008041 


Ponouiarcnko,    V.    I1. 

55-008216 

95-000299 

95-008350 
PoiRifex,  Trevor 

95-007240 
ronton,  Dominique 

95-008209 
Pcmwilh,  R.  J. 

95-0081.76 
1'oolc,  A. 

95-007303 
Pope,  Kiivln  L. 

95-008300 
Popiel,  S.  A. 

95-008249 
Poppc,  T.  T. 

95-009574 
Poppc,  Trygvc 

95-008749 
Possliighara,  II.  J'. 

95-009274 
FoaL,  George 

95-007179 
Post,  George  W. 

95-008458 
Poston,  Fred  L. 

95-009088 
Pole,  L.  M. 

95-008640 

95-008641 

95-008642 
PoLvln,  Ffiincois 

95-009275 
Poulet,  F.  H, 

9.ri-0086B8 
Ponlln,  It, 

95-008780 
Pouliii,  Hobctt. 

95-008049 

95-008459 

95-008805 
pouLancn,  .lotihn 

95-009224 
Pouyaml,  Lauren  L 

95-008409 
Pavus,  He  to 

95-008353. 

95-000074 
Powell,  Allyn  11. 

95-007512 
Power,  G. 

95-009385 
Power,  Geoff 

95-008352 
Power,  Mi 

95-009385 
Poynton,  S.  L, 

95-0086C7 

95-00956H 
Poynton  |  Sarah  1,, 

95-008460 

95-008461 
Prach,  Kai-el 

95-009366 
Prerndas,  Peter  D. 

95-008852 
Prcaley,  Hobby  J. 

95-008834 
Prettl,  C. 

95-008612 
Price,  I.  M. 

95-008402 
Prleda,  I,  G. 

95-009575 
Prince,  Ruth 

95-008970 


FR  40(4} 


260 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


.CMTfNLIED..  . 
incc.    Ruth 
05-008971 
indle,    Scott.  Edwin 


Pringle,  Davirt  L. 

95-OOSH98 
Mour,  Daniel 

95-007435 
p'lts.  S.  E. 

5-5-009271 

95-009272 
Priyaii,  R.  D. 

95-007293 
'•fakes,  Niroslav 

95-007453 

95-OOB367 
prosser,  Jim  I. 

95-008527 
pWHllx,  0. 

95-007372 
ptcnilK,  Hare 

95-OOB24B 
pra>'byl,  Anloni 

95-007351 
Prsjibylskl,  Hiroslaw 

95-OQ93B7 

95-009413 
puccl,  P. 

95-0075BS 
Fiirci  ,  patrizia 

95-007465 
Puchnlshl.  U. 

95-009412 
Pucyo,  r,. 


Puga,    Son  I  a 

95-OOfiBOC 
Pull  lam,  G.  W. 

95-OOB02B 
Punt  a,  Sophie  S, 


Pyc-HacSwaln,    J. 

95-007643 
PyrtMi,    Hnvk 

95-OOBOSO 

qi.  yina 


-A. 


QucuLel,    G. 

95-01)7736 
Qucsnel,  llclcne 

55-007703 
QLilllat,  K. 

95-Q07Q76 
QulnLoit,  S.  M 

95-QOB623 
Qulnn  ,  H. 

95-007794 
Quint!  ,  Helko 

95-007795 
Quinn,  Thomas  P. 

95-00770H 

93-007947 
Rah,  P. 


Bali,    Hotr 

95-ODD3D7 
Habbltt,  R.  D, 

95-007796 
Baboni,  Charles  F. 

95-DDoaae 

Haccy,    D,    N. 

95-009222 
Had*  ,  J  .  J  - 

95-007436 


.. .CONTINUED. , . 
Raeh,    J.    J. 

95-OOH629 
Kaiih,    Joffcry  J. 

95-007180 
Racine,    Rlcliarri  N. 

95-OOBH90 
Kadclienko,    V.    I. 

95-OOB292 
iiiiildum,    Ciunnnr  G. 
95-009172 
95-009197 
liader,    Douglas  N, 

95-009433 
Hadoinskl,    Paul  J. 

95-009307 
Kailonakl ,    Gitlierl:  C. 

95-00711(1 
Hadtkc,    Richard  I,. 

95-007513 
Racsly,    Richard   [,. 

95-007543 

Raghavan,    S.    L. 

95-0075T; 

95-007315 

Haghaven ,    S  .    I, . 

95-00721.1 
Rahman,   M.    F. 
95-00721.:) 
95-007365 
95-00751'! 
95-007515 
95-OOH807 
Rni,    S.    P. 

95-00722'. 
Knlkova,    K.    V. 

95-008008 
Uaitanlcml,  J. 

95-000301 
Uaj,  S.  ['. 

95-008972 
Raj  an,    H.    R, 
95-008972 
Rajyalakshrai,    I. 
93-OOS809 
95-008810 
Ham a chary a 

95-009524 
Ramakrishna 

95-007448 
Rnmnn,    K. 

95-00810'. 
KniriEinzin,   M. 
95-007200 
Hanmaoalni,    A. 
95-007516 
95-007797 
95-007798 
Rfimclmran,    C.    W, 

95-008249 
Ramirez  Rodriguez,   Hauricio 

95-009530 
llamirez-Sovilla,   Rodolfo 

95-007352 
Ramirez,   Ana  T. 

95-007979 
Ramos,   J. 

95-007999 
Ramsay,  Miko 
95-007181 
Ramaoyer,   Laurel  J. 

95-009576 
Rana,   Kristtcn  J. 

95-008987 

Rand-Weaver,   M. 

95-007799 

95-OOB827 


261 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Randall,   Selena 

91-009108 
Rsufila,  M.  C.  C. 

951-1)09525 

R:mlin.   F.  T. 

9V007622 

95-007601 
R.-KI,  G.  R.  H. 

9rj-OUBll); 
Ran,  .) .  Bhiniasena 

95-008143 
Rno,  K.  lldiiumriLhii 

95-COflB18 
R.io,  M.  Biibu 

95-00(1303 

95-G083IK. 
Rao,  P.  L.  H. 

95-007224 

95-007247 
Rashid,  K.  A. 

95-008811 
Rasraissen,  Jerry 

95-009340 
RasoLto,  M.  [i. 

95-007H02 
Raspopova,  ?..  A, 

95-009425 
Ravi,  J. 

95-007353 
Rajrioiid,  E'.inela  A. 

95-007517 
Roytiari],  R.  S. 

95-008687 
Hazak,  Victoria 

95-009075 
fiazquiti,  B. 

95-OQHG22 
He,  PcJro 

95-OOB095 

95-008302 
Reavill,  Drury 

95-OOB81S 
Ecddy,  K.  S.  Rediiy  Shekhara 

95-008096 
Rediy,  H.  s. 

95-007103 
Reddy,  P.  M. 

95-008966 
REddy,  V.  Siva 

95-008303 

95-008304 
Reed,  Denlse  J. 

95-009441 
Reed,  K.  M. 

95-007977 
Reed,  Kent  M. 

S5-QOBQ64 
Reed,  P. 

95-007209 

95-008667 
Reed,  Peggy 

95-008584 

95-008904 
Reed,  Vlllian  J. 

95-009273 
Rees,  J.-F. 

95-Q07B03 
Reeser,  Stephen  J. 

95-008118 
Rehulfca,  J, 

95-007804 


Reid,    Gordon  HcG. 

55-009308 
Reid,    Steve  G. 

95-007805 
ttairuchen,   Thomas  E. 

95-009250 
RciinisclmesHel,    R. 
95-OOS8Q6 
93-OOP976 
95-009569 

ReimsclniQssol ,  Itenn  t.u 
95-007fi91 
95-OORI463 
95-OOS631 
95-008890 
Reisenbichlcr,  Roglnalil  H. 

95-007978 
Rcisnian,   Howard  M. 

95-007737 
Hclte,    0.    B. 
95-007S06 
Retneslo,  Alexander 

95-008177 
Reno,    P.   W. 

95-008742 
Rhode N,    Raymond   J. 

95-007/.37 
Rlaza,   A. 

95-000609 
Kibble,    Carl    S. 

95-007187 
Riccl,   T. 

05-008J.58 
Rice,    C.   D. 

95-008973 

Richards,    D.    T. 

95-007807 

95-008774 

95-008H13 

95-008814 

Richards,    R.    II. 

95-007756 

35-008184 

95-008509 

95-000526 

95 -008  74/( 

Richards,    S.    A. 

95-00927', 
Richards,  Todd  A. 

95-009141 

Richardson,    Brian  M. 
95-007239 
95-009193 
Richardson,   G.   Mark 

95-000974 
Richo,  M. 

95-007354 
Richner,  IIoliiK 

95-000251 
Riilha,    H.    T. 
95-007294 
Rldler,   N,    B. 
95-007182 
Richl,    R. 

95-007518 
Rlen,  Thomas  A. 

95-009157 
RiganioTiti,  g_ 

95-007306 
Riggs.  Michael  n. 

95-009038 
Riley,  Cecilia  H. 

95-007279 
Riley,  Larry  E. 

95-007438 
Rilla,  Ellen  L. 

95-009592 


FR  40(4) 


262 


I'JSS 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Rimer,   Hike 
95-007373 

RLngler,    N, 
95-00&235 

Kliuve,   John  N. 


95-GC919B. 
jUnlamnkl.  P. 

93-CC1B8I5 
Rlcrdan,  J.  R. 

95-0076/ifl 
Rlshi,  K.  K. 

95-007615 
HlssEinen  ,  C. 

95-008950 
Riatoln,  Tiina 

95-008990 
Ristow,  Sandra  S. 

95-OQ870'. 
Ritchie.  Peter  A. 

95-Q07965 
Bitter,  G. 


Rival  ta,    Vilmn 

95-007979 
Rtvas,  C, 

05-008743 
Rives  t,  Louis-Paul 

95-009275 
Rla-.sso,  P. 

95-0082BO 
Robe  r  son  ,  James  13. 

95-OOSQ75 
Roberta,  C.  M. 

95-009526 
Roberts,  Callura  H. 

95-009527 
Roberts,  Daniel  E. 

95-0092)6 
Roberta,  John  L. 

95-0076/i] 
Roberts,  M.  L. 

95-008816 
Roberta,  R.  0, 

95-006903 
Robertson  ,  Gorre 

gs-oona-ja 

RobErts-oti,    Andrew 

95-OUBB5S 
Robertson,  D,  U, 

95-OOB376 
Robertson,  D.  ROHS 

95-008051 
Robertson,  J-  L. 

95-0076GE1 

95-007837 
Robertson,  John  L, 

95-007527 

95-008523 
Robertson,  John  H. 

95-009098 
Robertson,  P,  A.  W. 

95-003535 
Hutll  lard,  Kenneth  A. 

95-003B63 
Robins,  C,  Richard 

95-0033S2 
Robinson,  Edwin  >I. 

95-007355 
Rob  s  on,  Paul 

95-  007944 
Rocchl,  A.  M. 


Rockey,  D.  D. 

95-OOB61B 
liodchuLscoi'd,  H. 

95-007350 
Rodger,  II.  D. 

95-0007'.  /i 
liodgers  ,  L. 

95-1)07375 
Ilodjiers,  Les 


Rocha,   Francisco 

95  -00^252 
Roche,  Kevin 

95-009253 


Kodnick,    Kanncth  J. 

95-007808 
Rodriguea  S.,  Jose  It. 

95-000173 
Hodrigue7-Ariza,  A. 

95-009696 
llodrigueK-Camil  ,  R. 

95-OOQB20 
Rodriguez-Romero,  Jesus 

95-000326 
Rodriguez,  C. 

95-007357 
Rodriguez,  R.  R. 

95-OOS639 
Roclseth,  0.  M. 

95-008441 

95-000493 

05-008683 
Rogers,  Gregory  Lawrence 

95-009126 
Rogers,  R.  E. 

95-009423 
Rogers,  William 

95-008052 
Rohde,  Klaus 

95-008817 
Holiovec  ,  J  .  S  , 

95-008494 

95-008618 

95-008686 

95-008740 
Rokous  ,  J  . 

95-008976 
Hollo,  Peter  ft, 

95-007400 

95-007401 
Romnlde,  J.  L. 

95-008560 

95-008580 

95-008609 
Roman-  Rodriguez,  Martha  J. 

95-009595 
Rombout,  J.  II.  W.  H. 

95-007831 

95-007807 
Rome,  L.  C. 

95-007519 
Romestnml,  D. 

95-007809 
Ron,  M. 

95-008748 
Roncarati,  A. 

95-007330 

95-007762 
Ronnestad,  1. 

95-007623 
Ronatant,  L. 

95-007643 
Rooljackers,  R.  M,  H. 

95-009044 
Roomer,  J.  R. 

95-008753 
Uoos,  C. 

95-009309 
Rosas-Monge,  Catalina 

95-009167 


FE1 


263 


1995 


Fostulutul,   C. 
95-007278 
RosenratiUi,   D,   H. 

95-009276 
Rosenzweig,  Michael  I, 

95-009076 
Pooler,   llans-.Jurgen 

9^-007402 
Roslyy  .    Yu.    S. 

95-007970 
Ross,    K. 

95-008745 
Ross,   L.   C. 
95-007119 
95-007417 
Ross,   N.    R. 

95-007761 
Foss,  Robert  M. 

95-007192 
Ross,  Stephen  T. 

95-009607 
RoUibard,   Shiiuel 

95-008256 
Rothwell,  Donald  R. 

95-009494 
Housseaus,  Colin  G, 

95-008977 
Fkmx,  Albert  Luis 

95-009125 
Rov.  Nils 

95-008200 
Rtivnina,  0.  A, 

95-00949H 
Rovan.  Martha 

95-00735B 
Rowland,  Stuart 

95-007242 
Rowland,  Stuart  J. 
95-007240 
95-007241 

Rowland,  William  J, 
95-008053 
J5-008054 
Rowley,   A.   F. 
95-007705 
Rowley,   H. 

95-008793 
Rowley,   H,   M. 
95-008733 
Koy,   A. 

95-OOB712 
Roy,   A.   K, 
95-Q07203 
95-007295 
95-Q082H3 

Roy-  P.  K. 

95-007777 
Eozas,  Lawrence  P 

95-009441 
Rubin,  David  A. 


Rubinsky,  B. 

95-007810 
Ruff,   B.   P. 

95-007120 
RuUfson,  Roger  A. 
95-008097 


FR  40(4) 


Iltuiibold,    I).    G. 

95-OUH912 
Riimrill,  Stcvun  H. 

95  -0094  ',2 
Russell,  Itonaia  W. 

95-00897B 
fiusso,  A.  C. 

95-008092 
Rustad,  Tm-ltl 

95-  0078  'i  5 
liutlodge,  P. 

95-OOa6G7 

RllWGt,      J.       C, 

95  -00  004  H 
Ruzlcka,  .Ifinos  Jiis 

95-000308 
Ryabov,  7.  H. 

95-009119 
Ryan,  Michael  .1. 

95-008002 
Ryan,  Peter  G. 

95-009226 
Rybak,  Marinas 

95-009303 
Rycyzyii,  M,  A. 

95-007746 
Ryder,  Oliver  A. 

95-0096O8 
Elye,  Morten 

95-0071H't 
Saayman,  J.  K. 

95-009422 
Sabado,  Drian  I), 

95-008182 
SabapaUiy,  tin  hi 

95-007a.ll 
Saeoclon,  K, 

95-OQ733H 
Saelulev,  S.  C, 

95-0079H1 
Hndovy,   V. 
95-007fl02 
95-008127 
93-0081  « 
Saced,    D. 

^5-007520 
Sacki,  Klyoko 


Safe,    S.    II, 
95-008951 

Sagnr,    Paul 
95-0080BO 

Sage,  George   K. 
95-009187 

Stiha,   S.    K. 
95-007106 
95-007235 

Sahln,    All 
55-008979 

Saigal,    n.    H. 


95-009235 
Saiki,   Michael   K. 

93-006980 
Saito,  llironki 

95-007876 
Saito,  M. 

95-009557 
Salz,  Enrlc 

95-008227 
Sakagiichi,    r, 

95-00853', 
Sakaguchi,  Moriliiho 

95-007749 

9S-008672 
Sakai,  H, 

95-007812 


264 


INDKX 


.  .  .CONTINUED.  .  . 
Sakal,  M. 

95-0085.87 
Sakal  ,   Has.al!lro 

95-007982 
Sakal  ,   Tolchl 

95-OOS055 
Sakftnjoto,    T. 

95-007659 

95-007823 


Sak.anxit.0  ,    vraUiru 

95-  0074  51 
Sakharov,  R.  S  . 

95-007813 
5-afco,  Kazutnkn 

95-009219 
Sakiuna,  Keith  H. 

95-000528 
Saturamoto,  Kaziuiii 

95-OM276 
Salekliova,  I..  P. 


Saliaatit,    Clu.-ist.laii 

95-007725 
Salfienkova,  K.  A. 

95-007970 
Sztlosronl  .  C. 

95-007359 
Salc-nUis,  K. 

95-  0035  BB 
SalUian,  P. 

95-007600 
S.ilii)a.  S.  K. 

95-007^71 
S«r,srtl,  S.  K. 

95-Q08720 
Sar,ko.  Vs.  V. 

95-009533 


Satnii^lsen,    Olc   Ucnt 

95-OOTL21 
Sane-tics,  J.  If. 

9^-007622 
SancliEK-VaKqiicz,  F. 

^5-007070 

95-00765'. 
Sanchez,  Ramira  !'• 


Sanrte,    H.    J  . 

95-00957'i 
SaiidctH,  H,  M. 

95-OQH9BL 
Sanders,  Inn  L. 

95-007522 
Sanders,  S. 

95-00(1556 
Sandnes,  K. 


Sang,   Tzu-Kang 


Sano,   T. 

95-009746 
Sfliilana  C.  f  Eduacdo 

95-009370 
Santos,  C.  T,  C. 

95-007490 
SBiitos,  Miguel  NCVQS 

95-D09529 
Santos,  R.  S. 

95-008D56 
Santos,  1, 

95-OQ8589 


Sanyanga,    R.    A. 

95-005331 
Sanz,  A. 

95-0073CO 
Saradn,  Sanaka 

95-000791 

95-008818 
Sai-geiu,  John  R. 

95-007656 
Sarig,  S. 

95-007122 
Sarkar,  A. 

95-009364 
Sarkar,  S.  K. 

95-008871 

95-00936'. 
Satma,  G.  H,  R. 

95-007707 
Saraj  ,  11.  D. 

95-007360 
Samwatari  ,  Toshiro 


Satake,   Mikio 

95-008&72 
Sato,  Cliihako 

95-007815 
Sato,  Kenji 

95-007816 
Sato,  Mamoru 

95-007749 
Sato,  Ryozo 

93-0095',! 
Satoh,  T. 

95-007521 
Satterfielcl,  Jamea  R.,  Jr. 

95-007428 

95-007439 

95-007'.  W 

93-009199 
Saucedo  Barton,  Cesar  Julio 

95-009530 
Saul  ,  Bruce 

95-009423 
Savinykh,  V.  F. 

95-008178 
Savo  laincn  ,  Rii  tta 

95-007123 
Savvuslikina,  N.  K. 

95-007970 
Saxena,  Amita 

95-007124 


Saxena,    R.   K. 

95-007360 

95-008305 
Sayre,  John  A. 

95-009077 
Sazonov,  Yu.  G. 

95-009500 
Scalet,  Charles  G. 

35-00909'i 
Scardi,  H. 

95-00726A 

95-008158 
Schell,  Scott 

95-007995 
Schiel,  David  R. 

95-OD9483 
Schlemer,  F. 

95-009078 

95-009079 
Schiemer,  Fritz 

95-007116 

95-008254 
Schill,  Daniel  J. 

95-009229 


FR 


265 


1905 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


SchlU,    V. 

95-OOflfi85 
Scliiller,  Martin 

95-007fi28 
Schindler,  David  W. 

95-009305 
Schlpp,  Glenn 

95-OQ7/.41 
Schleuk,  D. 

•95-00:8982 
Schlenk,  Daniel 

95-009013 
Schl&r,  PM1 

95 -009 609 
Schlosscr,  Isaac  J. 

95-008369 

95-005390 
Schluter,  Dolph 

95-006411 
Schmale,  H.  C. 

95-OOS819 
SchineLLkanip ,  Werner 

95-007403 
Schmidt,  II. 

95-008/.99 
Schmitt,  M. 

95-008677 
Schnuitz,  S, 

95-009354 

95-009376 
Schneider,  Clifford  P. 

95-009300 
Schneider,  Skip 

95-006772 
Schneiderhan,  Daniel  J. 

95-0093H 
Schof fmann,  Johannes 

95-009392 
ScliolB,  Allan  T. 

95-009605 
Scholz,  T. 

95-0087?? 

95-008B20 
Schotmbee,  H.  J, 

95-009422 
Schraran,  Harold  L.,  Jr. 

95-009200 
Schrtck,  C.  B. 

95-007775 
Schtflck,  Carl  D. 

95-007148 
Sclir&lher,  Roland 

95-007/.04 

95-007405 
Schreier,  T.  M. 

95-0074J6 

95-006629 
Schroder,  S.  L, 

95-009158 
Schroder,  Steve  L. 

95-007155 
Schubert,  Alex  L.  S. 

95-009080 
Sclmklna,  E,  V. 

95-009271 
Schuldt,  Jeffrey  A. 

95-009393 
Schiller,  Ralph  J. ,  Jr. 

95-009177 
Schulta,  Duane  R. 

95-007.817 
Sctiuran,  Jamea  R. 

95-009095 
Schuta,  Andrejs 

95-008995 
Schwartz,  Michael  F, 

95-007243 


.  .  .CONT1NUKD.  .  . 
Schwartz,   Michael  F. 

95-007245 
Schwarz,    W. 

95-007610 
Schwedler,   T.   E. 

95-000594 
Scott,   Philip  C. 

95-007125 
Scovazsii,   Tullio 

95-009531 
Seals,  Carol 

95-007244 
Seaman,   H.    [,. 

95-008029 
Soar,   D.   A. 

95-009394 
Sears,  DusUn  11. 


Sebert,    Philippe 

95-007819 
Secombes,  C.  J. 

95-007371 

95-007657 

95-007674 

95-007820 

95-008538 

95-008561 
Scgncr,  K. 

95-008983 
Seguinot,  Valerie 

95-009243 
Seikni,  Taclahiaa 

95-007322 
Seller,  Richard 

95-009444 
Sele,  Brad  B. 

95-009202 
Selleck,  Jeff 

95-009062 
Sellers,  Robin  M. 

95-008200 
Selvnrnj,  C. 

95-007224 

95-009159 
Semen'kov,  P,  (i. 

95-OOB913 
Scnpeaki,  P. 

95-008146 

95-009395 
Sen,  P.  R. 

95-007196 

95-007609 
Senson,  P. 

95-008590 

95-006596 
Seek,  Kyujin 

95-007245 
Scri,  Shigemi 

95-007522 
Sericano,  Jose  L. 

95-008834 
Seronay,  G.  A. 

95-007271 
Serra,  R. 

95-007587 
Servos,  Hark  R, 

95-008961 
Setala,  Jari 

95-009142 

95-009143 
Severe,  A. 

95-007736 
Sever!  ,  W. 

95-007480 
Severin,  Kenneth  P. 

95-009577 


FR  40(4-) 


266 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


s«v«srlti,    S.   O. 

95-QQSQ9B 
Sevtlah  F. 

95-007113 

95-007142 
Sei>TiOT?,  Tliarlna 

95-DOS994 

95-008B57 

95-007477 

S^adwlck,    R.    E. 

35-007486 

95-007709 
Shafer,  Martin  M, 

95-006639 
Sftafland,  Paul  !•• 

95-009501 

'. ,  James  B. 

95-009202 
Shane,  Hlclmel  A. 

95-009171 
Shatiri ,  Jnrll 

95-OOB859 
Sh.io  Jlanzhong 

95-007723 

95-00^387 
Shapiro ,  Douglas 


SharJo,   Judith  D. 
95-007523 

SharifF,    M. 
95-008492 

Shanna,    Ramcsh   C. 


Sttatp-DBkcr,    El.    G. 

55-007821 
Sharpe,    Cameron 

95-007168 

Shaniriovskly  i    M.    I. 


Shaul  ,    1,0011  D. 


95-005^97 
ShEkv,  M.  A. 

95-OQ9296 
Sheailac,  M, 

S5-CQB370 
Shearer,  Karl  D. 

95-009277 
Slxedil,  Toptny  R. 

95-00900D 
Shacdy,  Barbara  R. 


Stior.lian,    Robect  J. 

95-D072!*a 
Shehudcli,  Ziad 

^5-00731't 
Shelton,  R.  C.  J. 


She!  ton,  William  L. 

95-003256 
STicn,  <1. 

^5-007873 
S(ienB,  V,-2. 

9S-008B46 


Shenker,  Jonathan  K. 

95-Q09445 

,  Scot  Robert 

95-007822 
Sliepherd,  B.  S. 

95-007823 
Shepherd,  Goty  R, 

95-008065 


Sheridan,    Mark   A. 

95-00761H 
Shezii'i,    V. 

95-00782^ 
Shi,   YunbinB 
95-008119 
Shiau,    Shi-En 

95-007185 

Shiau,    Shi- Yen 

95-007361 

95-007362 

Shields,    F.    D. ,    Jr. 
95-009127 
95-009398 
Shields,    F.    Dougl;i3,   Jr. 

'J5-009399 
Shin,  Daniel  T.-b. 

95-007825 
Shikata,  Takafumi 

95-007826 
Shim,  K.  F. 

95-007331 
Shim,  Sun-Vup 

95-007663 
Shlraa,  T. 

95-007827 
Shimeno,  Sadao 

95-007826 
Shimizu,  Hitoya 

95-009400 
shiiima,  Hisako 

95-007176 
ShingyDJi,   Chikako 

95-007698 
Shlnn,    A.    P. 
95-008B21 
Shinrlki,   Yoshihlto 

95-008174 
Shiobaca,   Yoshihiaa 

95-OOB147 
Shipley,    Frank  S. 

95-009532 
Shirahata,    Sanetaka 

95-007967 

Shlreman,   Jerome  V. 
95-007210 
95-007234 
Shlyakhov,   V.    A. 

95-008164 
Shoemaker,    C.   A. 

95-OOQ583 
Short,    S. 

95-008729 
Shotta,    E.    B. 
95-008513 
SUotts,    Enrnett 

95-008584 

Shotts,    Enmett  B. ,   Jr. 

95-008591 

95-009555 

Shrable,   John  D. 

95-007143 

95-008504 

Shrestha,   T.   K. 

95-0072'i6 
Shrivastava,   P. 

95-009083 
Shukla,   RamoBh 

95-008985 

Shuntov,   V.   P. 

95-009533 

95-009534 

Shuatov,  Yuri  A. 

95-008353 

Shute,   J.   R. 

95-007406 


FR 


267 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Shuiov,   V.  A. 
95-00736.1 
Shvydki,    G.   V. 

95-000180 
Shyaran,   S. 

95-00736'p 
Siddall,  H.  E. 

95-008669 
Slddiql,   A.   11. 

95-008011 
Sldell,    Bruce  D. 

95-007808 
Sldorov,    S.    S. 

95-007335 
Siegfried,  H,  Roy 

95-009226 
Sievors,   Ccrolti 

95-008986 
Sigaev,    I.   K. 
95-009535 
Slgler,  Michael 

95-009536 
Sigier,   Michael  F. 

95-009578 
Sigman,   Marilyn  J. 

95-009446 
Slgnoc,   D. 

95-007838 
Siharath,  Kiroroakone 

95-007636 
Slllnan,  A.  J. 

95-007629 
Silou,   E.   A. 
95-009278 
Silva,   A. 

95-008586 
Silverstcin,  J.  T. 

95-007984 
Silvert,  William 

95-007296 
Sinco,    Bill  A. 

95-007211 
Slniek,  K. 

95-008232 
Slmenstad,  Charles  A. 

95-009447 
Stnon,  Benjamin  H. 

95-009610 
Siroon,   Bernard 

95-007819 
Simon,  Thomas  P, 

95-009611 
Siroonetto,  A. 
95-007260 
Slmonian,  Ashot 

95-009312 
Siroonin,  H.  A. 

95-008963 
Simons,  David 


93-008907 
Sirottl,    C. 


Simpson,  Ellen 

95-009034 
Sims,  D.  W. 

95-007830 
Singer,  J. 

95-006685 
Singh,  Abhimanyu 

95-008949 
Singh,  fl.  K. 

95-007247 
Slnha,  H, 

95-007524 

95-008306 
S.  s. 

95-007248 
Sire,  Jean-Yves 

95-007525 


Sis,    lillylnoiul 

OS-OWB747 

Slvnk,    .).    (!. 


Sivakfimi  ,    S  . 


Slvert.scn,   Tun- 


SiwLcki,    A.    K, 

95-0(]7.*i^i2 
Siwlcki,  Andr/o)  K. 

95-OOH'iHri 
Skfinlii,  OyNl.nln 

95-007186 
SknJaki  ,  ,Jotm 

9S-OOfllfi9 
Skannol.ii,  A.  M, 

95-00  B3I19 
Skoa,  Jnck 

95-008776 
Skirtosvik,  A.  II, 


Skinner,    CnUii'rl 

33-007603 
SkoraljouaUiv,  H. 

95-OOH057 
SkuliiHon,  Hkul  1 

95-  00  79  05 
Sfciirikhiii.i,  I..  A, 

95-0079H6 
Slnvik,  Ontli-tJ 

95-008J07 
Slcldoclnk,  Hcitwl 

95-0089H8 
Sliercndrcclit.,  W, 

95-0078.ril 
Sloiriinska,  I. 


If. 


A. 


Sloot.weg,    It. 

95-OOHflaa 
Stnalc,  Mm-  tin  A. 

95-0093BB 
SraatreHk,  Neiit  .1  . 

'J3-007H32 
Sraecllay,  K,  I., 

9S-0087B1 
Srnodsrod,  llnrd 


Srairnova,    0,   CJ. 

95-007326 

Sniitli-SchujiLBr,   I1,   A. 

9S-(10B/i31 

95-  00(14  /ifl 

95-008/ifiS 

Smith,    H.    J. 

55-007250 

Smith,    C.    1,. 

95-009005 

Smith,   Carol 

95-009202 

Smith,   ClmrHo  K. 

95-008466 
Smith,  David  u. 

95-008412 
Smith,    H,    D. 
95-007293 
Smith,   J. 

95-007612 
Smith,  Jamoa  A. 

95-008844 

Smith,  John  May  nan) 
95-007943 


40(4) 


268 


AUTHOR    INDEX 


inith, 

95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

Snlrti, 
95- 

JnLlb. 
95- 

Snilti. 

95- 

aulUs. 
95- 

Snltti, 
95- 

Snttts, 
95- 

Snltli. 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

Snith, 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

SrvlLh, 
95- 
95- 

Snith, 
95- 

S-tilh, 
95- 
95- 

Snlth, 
95- 

Snlth, 
95- 

SnUto, 


Snlts.    Al  Ian  H, 

95  -007602 
Snofccr,  .Hilllart  W. 

95-009203 
Suapc.  WilHani  .1.  ,  III 

95-009537 
Sncdakcr,  S.  C. 

95-008912 
Siiclsont  Franklin  F,  ,  Jr. 


LynvDod  5  . 

DQ7B34 
007935 
008099 
QD8100 

H.  R. 
0071119 

N.  R. 
007928 

B.    J.    F. 

OD8011 

R.    Jati    F, 
Q08D12 

R.  W. 
007936 

Raymond    C. 
OQ9106 

S.  A, 
007250 
007668 
007837 
008928 

Htcplien  A. 
007527 
OOB467 
OOB523 
009592 
009579 

Stephen   -I. 
007251 
007407 

Suzmuia 
00314'. 

Theodore   I.   J. 
007244 
009151 

Thomas 
008869 

Thomas  B. 
QO7985 

Totld  K, 


SotoclnsM  ,    AmlrKcj 

95-007631 
SoJoTS  Lrori,  Veronica 

95-00776B 
Sodaiik,  P.  K. 

55-008*1)1 
Soengas,  J.  I,  . 

95-007838 
Solmasiao,  Relna 

95-OOB990 
Sakolov,  I,,  I. 


Sakolovn,    E,    1.. 

95-OOB354 
Sola,  Cacla 

95-CG7B39 
Soliniin,  Aahraf 

95-008255 
Sormaratrom,  Sari  J. 

95-009593 
Swimervllle,  C. 

95-ODBS21 
Soaag,  DEI—  Kau 

95-OOB94L 


Soronsen,  Elsa  H.  11. 

95-008991 
Socensen,    P.    W. 

95-008142 

Sorgeloos ,  P, 

95-007332 

95-007346 

Sorgeloos, .Patrick 

95-008511 

Sorimachi,  H. 

Q5-008731 

95-008800 

Sorimachi ,   Mlnoru 

95-008732 
Socshy,   H.    E. 
95-007B29 
Konim,    H. 

95-008577 
Sonum,   Unn 

95-006593 
Sosa,    A. 

95-008873 
SosHowska ,    Jo/cf n 

95-007252 
Souchon,    Yves 

95-009323 
Souclcc,    ElisQ 

95-007297 
Southgate,    Pawl  C. 

95-007366 

Souza,    K.    H.    S. 

95-007753 

95-007754 

95-007840 

Sowa,    Scott   P. 

95-009279 
Sower,    Stacia 

95-007878 
Sower,    St.acia  A. 

95-007944 
Spaar,   Tony  E. 

95-009424 
Spaargaren,   Dirk  II. 

95-0092BO 
Spasowska,    D. 
95-008690 
Spaulding,    Kathy  A. 

95-OOB435 
Spear,    PhlUp  A. 

95-008977 
Spuarc,    D.    J. 
95-008665 
Spencer,   n.   E. 

95-009225 
Spiccr,   Agnes  V. 

95-009204 
Spieler,    R.    E. 

95-008992 
Spina,    Stephen 

95-008772 
Spindlctr,    Thomas 

93-009401 
Spitsbergen,    J.   M. 
95-008775 
95-008901 
Spitsbergen,    Jan  M. 

95-008776 
Sprague,   C.   M. 

95-008651 
Spratt,  M. 

95-00805B 
Spratt,   Michael 

95-009281 

Spronk,  H.   F. 

95-008460 

Sproull,    Jim 

95-008906 


FR   40(4) 


269 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Sijiii  res ,   Da  le 

95-009282 
Sreclatlia,  D,  S. 

95-OOH759 
Sridevi,  G, 

95-OON966 
Srlnivasagam,  S. 

95-008104 
Stinlvasan,  K.  V. 

95-007196 
Srivnstava,  K.  P. 

95-009152 
St.  Auhln,  D.  J. 

95-00768'. 
St.  llelgason,  Sigurdur 

95-007841 
Stackebrandt,  Erko 

95-008576 
Stalsburg,  Alf 

95-008101 
Stanford,  J.  A. 

95-009410 
Stanford,  Jack  A. 

95-009066 
StnnkiewicK,  llanna 

95-008117 
Stanley,  Jon  G. 

95-009402 

Stanley,   1..   A. 

95-008594 

95-008606 

Stark,   Beverly  A. 

95-007779 
Stark,  KenneLh 

95-008498 
Starliper,  Clifford  E. 

95-008893 
Stanics,  Lynn  B. 

95-009081 
Stasenko,  N.  A. 

95-008842 
Steeger,  H.-U, 

95-007642 
SLeeJc,  James  [[. 

95-008421 
Stefan,  Heinz  G. 

95-007092 
Stefanou,  Splro  E, 

95-009085 

Steffensen,  J.  F. 

95-007601 

95-007666 

Stegenan,  John  J. 

95-009003 

Stehmann,  H. 

95-008395 

Stohr,  C.  H. 

95-008823 

95-008956 

Stein,  J.  E. 

95-008488 

Stein,  John  E. 

95-008993 

Stein,  Roy  A. 

95-009210 

Steine,  N.  o. 

95-008595 

Stelner,  navid  R, 

93-009566 
Sleinkoentg,  Ed 

95-007071 
Stelzer,  Martin 

95-OQ9357 
stence,  Charles  p 

95-009193 

Stepanenko,  H.  A 

95-009538 


Stepanov,    Vu.    V. 

95  -n()  9500 
SUephan,    G. 


Stephen, 
9!i-0 
SLcplicnsmi,   fl, 


.St.epLc»,    Ciii'ol 

95-007911 
Stop!  en,  Cariil  A. 

95-007017 

95-007019 

05-0070:12 
Stcrri,  ^fil[-^:  A. 

93-009IJB6 
Stovons,  ,1.  H. 


StovfiTison  ,    i<,    M.    U. 

95-OOfi/t'J7 

95-OOfi.VJO 

95-OOU596 
StovndHOCi  ,  S  .  (',. 

95-OOB075 
S  Iowa  i-cl  son,  Nic:lin«I  J. 

95-O00345 
Stewart,  Arl.hur  .tuy 

95-OOU043 
Stewart,  Jsiiues  K. 

95-007126 
Stewart.,  I.Eiuni  Jcnu- 


Stcyer,    1,. 

35-O073G7 
Stoyn,  G.  J. 

95-007202 
Sticklfiy,  AJ  I  en  It.  ,  .lr 


Stigebratult,    A. 


Stobic,    M. 

95  -DO  84  9n 
StokriHH  ,    I  ron 

95-00704.1 
Stom,    D.    J. 

9.r>-00927H 
Stone,     ElJseftbQlli   A. 

95-007722 
Stone,    Htchftel  ». 

93-009203 
Stone,    NciLtinn 

95-OOV3,r)B 

Stoshopf,    H.    K. 

95-l)075f.J 

95-007610 

Sloskopf,  Michael  K. 
95-007127 
95-OO7120 
95-00725/1 
93-007298 
95-007299 


95-OQ7409 
95-007528 
95-007529 
95-007530 
95-OQ7BA6 
95-007847 
95-007848 
95-007049 
95-007830 
95-007851 
9S-OO79B7 
95-OOH102 
95-OOB14B 
93-OOai6B 


FR  40(4) 


270 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


.  .  .CONTINUE!!..  . 
StoskopT,   Michael   K. 


95-OB847O 
95-008471 
95-OBS472 
•J5-OB8473 


95-OBS477 


95-OB&.197 
95-006598 
95-OB8599 
95-OOUfiOG 
95-088632 


95-OBB721 
95-OH872& 

Str.it.liaU.,    H. 

95-OU7&I2 
Stratum,    Barry  I.. 


St  ration,    Richard   K. 

55-00?'.  10 
Strofialev,    V.    D, 


Strong,    £, 


Sluewa,    ScoLt 
95-U0916B 

stiige,  r.  n. 

35-0077^6 
Siiithr  lilfjf'i  Trevor  H. 

95-UOB931 
&u,  Wol  Clionp 


rpa  ,   H,    D. 
95-007368 

asliiRhn,    Hcihrt 

95-007120 

r.iman  I  nn,    K, 

93-008720 

Ri    Unrrlck  W. 


Sii^imaii,    V.    V  . 
95-OOSI07 
71-0^19235 

Suli,     Ikic-l.Jp 


95-000770 
,    Millliin 


Lir.uimn,    I1.    K. 

95-007213 

55-007515 


55-0072561 

95-00  7673 
Sullivan,  (i  . 

95-007763 
Sullivan,  John  H. 

05-006830 
5u.llannt  Munawar 


Sultana,   Q, 
95-OQ6670 


SiimriCr,   C.    L. 

95-008910 
Surrnerfelt,    Tt.    C. 

95-0073H3 


Siumierfelt,    Robert  C. 

93-007738 
Simmers  ,  J  .  Kevin 

95-OOB853 
Sumpt.er  ,  J  . 

Q5-007336 

95-OOBB27 
Sun  Meijuan 

95-003016 
Sun,  11, 

95-008691 
Sunder,  Shyam 

55-OOB27G 
Simolic.,  Tomokl 

95-008059 
Suquet  ,  H. 

95-007300 
Su(|iiet,  Marc 

95-007591 
Surprenant,  Donald  C. 

95-OOB911 
Suailowati,  Tutl 

95-007301 
Suter,  Werner 

95-OOB258 
Sutherland,  I.  !!. 

95-006575 
Button,  John  F. 

95-009571 
Suuronen,  Petrl 

95-00922'. 
Buzak,  V.  I. 
.  95-008385 
Suzilaltsev,  A. 

95-007852 
Suzuki,  Katsiuni 

95-008132 
Suzuki,  Ken-ichl  T. 

95-00817A 
Suzuki,  Kouki 

95-007692 
Suzuki,  Kunio 

95-008757 
Suzuki,  H. 


Suzuki,   Manpei 

95-007815 
Suzuki  ,    Nobutnka 

95-007654 
Suzuki,    S. 

95-008570 

95-006601 
Suzuki,  T, 

95-007670 
Suzuki,  Toshiya 

95-008259 
Suzuki,  Y, 

95-008788 
Suzuki,  Yuzuru 

95-007550 

95-007551. 
Sveinbjornsson,    Baldur 

95-007833 
Sveinsaon,   Torarinn 

95-007652 
Svontlaen,   Y.    S. 

95-008179 
Svcnsson,   Bengt-Goran 

95-008995 
Swain,    Hilary  M. 

95-0094S9 

95-009450 
Swanson,  P. 

95-007612 
Sweeney,  Mary  E. 

95-007443 


FR  40  ('t> 


271 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Sweet  ing,   Ruston  M. 

95-008933 
Swiderski,    Donald   !,. 

95-007544 
Swinney,   G.   N, 

95-008414 
Syarifuddhi,    S. 

95-007988 
Sylvia,   fi. 

95-001558 
Sylvia,    Paula 
95-007302 
55-007599 
S  yjnon ,    C . 

95-008370 
Symulii,  John 
95-008776 
Szabo,  H. 

95-007853 
Szecgi,    E. 

95-007676 
Szeglales,    T. 
95-008996 
Szegletes,  Zs, 

95-008996 

Szekely,    Cs. 

95-008796 

Szlaralnska,  Malgorzata 
95-007100 
95-007116 
95-007197 
Szuki,  Kengo 
95-008023 
SzulkoHska-Kojnczek,   Elzbleta 

95-000947 

Tabata,   H, 

95-007670 

95-007854 

Tabcharani,   J.  A. 

95-007648 
Taccogiia,  Gary  Scott 

95-009403 
Tadrieo,   Pat 
95-007411 
Taggart,  C,  T. 

95-Q0792B 
Takaba,  Hlnoni 

95-009206 
Takagl,  Tsutomu 

95-OOB023 
Takagi,  Yasuakl 

95-007855 

Takahashi,  H, 

95-007670 

Takahashi,  K. 

95-008740 

Takahaahi,  Toyotni 

95-008260 
Takatsu,  Tetguyn 

95-OOB260 
Takel,  y. 
95-007553 
95-007BS6 
Takeuchi,  Hiroaki 

95-0079B9 
Takeuchl,  Hiroyuki 

95-007291 

Takeuchi,  Toshio 

95-007322 

95-007658 

95-007701 

95-007702 

Taksdal,  T. 

95-0087^8 

Takaflal,  Torunn 

95-OOH749 


Tii  11  Is,    Jolni  II. 

05  -(log  on  7 
Tiiinal,  Truliikazii 

95-007'Jf)7 
Taiiiav.onxt  ,  [,  . 


Tamlio,    A]  t  roil  M. 
95-007/1  3  a 

Tan,   C.    H. 
05-007630 
95-0077  1ft 

Tana,   Jukka 


Tanaka,    M. 
OS-OOB?'!*) 
9S-OOn7Hfl 

Tmialta,    KlilnJI 

95-0007:12 

TfiTiakn,    YeilchL 


Tanakn,    Yoslilnltl 
05-00  783  '/ 

Tanakii,    You  I  c  hi 
<JS-008i/t? 

Tanck,   H.    W,   T, 
«JS-007H.'iH 


TancllBf,    A. 


TniiiUin,  K.  K, 
55-007'.  71 
'J5-l)(>7!i'J] 
<J5-OOfla77 
05-00(1300 
95-008310 
TaaL,  Akililli.i 

95-009  lag 
Tani(;m4<i,    A. 
9.'i-009.'i57 
Tontiur,    0,-inny  K. 

95-008097 
Tamiiifi,   YaHulilro 

95-0076/(fi 
TanlJkll.t.1.,    Chiil.lniii 

93  -00  '/US  <f 
Tapay,    I..   M, 
93  -00  8  730 
Tnplinm,    Donalil   C, 

Orj-007030 
'i'arhox,   KeiiucMli   E. 

03-008112 
TarliiiK,   fi,    A. 

9.ri-OOHS70 
TnniclifiliiimklL,    I/It 

9rj-OOH572 
Tar  rub,   Kal.lmr 

95-OOB70.r) 
Tarter,   Dtnin.ld 

05-009090 
Tausliinrl  ,   M, 

OS  -007  3  45 
'I'ntnor,  Mary  F. 

95-007862 
Tolrnl,    Istvaii 

05-000312 
Tatsuknwn,    KanU-lii 

03-007370 
Tuvo,   Dotiglaii 
05-007255 
95-007090 
Tavlp,  W.   J. 
95-007412 
Taylor,  Andrew 

9S-009124 

Taylor,   D.    Scott 

93-008329 


FR  40(4) 


272 


.  .tUSTlJJLJEfl.... 
ay  lor,   D.    Scott 

95-009451 
ay  lor,    E.   V. 


Taj-lor,    ElioL 

95-U0910B 
raj-  lor,  Frances  R.. 

95-00959? 
r.=Lj-lor,  Greg 

95-00910'; 
Taylor,  John  D, 

95-007700 
fay  lor,  P.  V. 

95-008602 
Baylor,  Siriney 

95-O09207 
Taylor,  William  W. 

95-009068 
Pazau-a,  E. 

95-007861 
frJien,  T.  T, 

95-QQ7700 
Teesdale,  William  .1. 

95-QDB.289 
feinelra,  Rogerlo  L. 

95-008261 
Tejada,  A.  W. 

93-OOB8S1 
fe-jicalla,  Francesca  G. 

95-008979 
reo,  Lcng-llong 

95-OQ7911 
rerborgh,  John  W. 

95-009071 
ferlasjd,  B. 

95-008603 
TorLlzzl,  Daniel  E. 


Terser.    D. 


Tessarl,    V- 

95-OQ813B 
Tengels,    Guy   G, 

95-008393 
rhaluiria,    S.    C. 

95-008^56 
Thine!  ,    Anne 
95-009503 
Ttilry,    K. 

95-008509 

95-OOB731 
Ihl  yagarajah  ,    Armilbavaranl 

95-OOBTB2 
Hiona  ,    Roger 

95-008123 
Thonann,    Robert  V. 

95-GDB854 
Thcxnas,    C.    D. 

95-0090B9 
Iliomas  ,    Chad  D, 

95-008151 
Thcxnaa,    Peter 

95-00790D 
"nionas  ,    R  . 

95-009658 
Ttiotrias  ,    Stephen  H. 

95-00861)^ 
TTiocnsrson,    Jamie  E. 

95-007930 
Thompson  i    E.    ^^. 

95-007803 
Thocnps  on,    1  . 

95-007371 

K.    D. 


Thoopson,    Kim  D. 
95-007B62 


Thompson,    Kip  It. 

95-007532 
Thomson,  H. 

95-007338 
Thorarensen,  H. 

95-007863 
Tliorburn,  H.  A. 

95-008479 


Thorbum,   Margaret  A. 

95-007188 
Thoresen,    0.    F. 

95-008521 
Thornton,   Julian  C, 

95-008605 
Thorpe,    J, 

95-009'il2 
Thorpe,    J.    E. 
95-008038 
95-009078 
95-009079 
Thorpe,    John 
95-009406 
Thorpe,   John  E. 
95-008016 
95-008105 
Thrower,    Frank 

95-009179 
Thrower,    Frank  P. 

95-009203 
Thune,    R.    !•• 
95-008482 
95-008516 
95-008517 
95-008518 
95-008554 
95-008369 
95-008Q06 
Thune,    Ronald  L. 
95-008607 
95-000671 
95-008752 
Thurman,   W.   Mark 

95-008311 
Thys  Van  Den  Audenaerele, 

95-008393 
Tialnen,   T. 
95-008582 
95-008608 
Tidwell,    James  11. 

95-007256 
Tiedje,   James 

95-008859 
Tlefenbach,   Dakar 

95-008762 
Tierney,    J.    F. 

95-008025 
Tlei-ney,   M.    L. 

95-007553 
Tierach,   Terrence 

95-007994 
Tilak,   K.    S. 
95-008998 
Tilak,    Raj 

95-008106 
Tillitt,    D.    E. 

95-008910 
Tillitt,   Donald  E, 

95-008956 
Tinmina,  Charles  A. 

95-008333 
Ting.,   R.    S. 

95-008908 

Tipping,   Jack  M. 

95-007130 

95-007189 


Dirk  F.    E, 


FR  40(4) 


273 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Tjecidema,    R-    H. 

95-01)8867 
Tobiti,  Brian 

05-009340 
Tochilin,  Victor  A. 

95-008133 
Todd,  Gary  1.. 

9  5 -00  92 'JO 
Totlil.  Thomas  H. 

95-007991 
login,  Kal.hy  H, 

95-009057 
Tuguyeni ,  A. 

95-009580 
Tokai,  Tadiislu 

95-009261 

93-009541 
Tokranov,  A.  H. 

95-008230 

95-008312 
Tokunaga,  f. 

95-007521 

95-007949 
Toledo  F. ,  S.  A. 

95-007933 
Tunas so,  J.  R. 

95-008999 
Tcmasso,  Joseph  R. ,  Jr. 

95-007244 

95-GOBH62 
Tonn,  H.  H. 

95-008110 
Toranzo,  A.  E. 

95-008519 

95-000531 

95-008560 

95-008586 

95-008589 

95-008609 
Torcnbeek,  R. 

95-009309 
Torgcrsen,  Y. 

95-007131 
Torhy,  C. 

95-008693 
Tormancn,  Vuokko 

95-007903 
Torres,  Atlela 

95-007979 
Torres,  Patricio 

95-008824 
Torricelli,  Patrizla 

95-OOB035 
Torrlssen,  0.  J. 

95-007593 
Torrisscn,  Ole  J. 

95-007341 
Torroha,  H. 

95-007533 
Tola,  I). 

95-007545 

95-007589 
Toth,  L.  G. 

95-007853 
Totland,  G.  K, 

95-008690 

95-008706 
Toussalnt,  H.  W, 

95-008680 
Toussaint,  Margaret  W. 

95-009000 
Townsend,  Wendy  R, 

95-009091 
Toyohara,  Hamhiko 

95-QOB6JZ 


Tranmell,  Melissa 

95-009612 
Ti-nnL,   John  H. 

95-007770 
TranulLs,  H. 

95-007576 
Trnvls,   Curtis  C. 

95-005001 
Traxlar,    G.   S. 

95-OOS753 
Tremain,    Derek  H. 

95-008358 

9.1  -  DOB  U  5 
Trial,    Joan  R. 

95-000204 

95-009402 
Triimtaphyll]eli3f   li,    V. 

95-007332 
Trlckleljank,  K.    A. 

95-009002 
Trobritlgc,   G.   D. 

95-008754 
Trojmiowakl,  Jan 

95-008955 

95-008856 
Tromitsky,    I.   U. 

95-008443 
TroiigvanielHiani,   K. 

95-008534 
Trottior,    Sylvaln 

95-00&906 
Trust,   T,    J. 

95-008611 
Trust.,   Trevor  J. 

95-000574 

95-OOS604 

95-008610 
Tsai,    II.  -T. 


95-008945 
Tsarln,  S,  A. 

95-009231 
Tscpkin,  Yc.  A. 

95-008  J56 
Tserpes,  CJeor^o 

95-008313 
Tslmenidcs,  Niknl 

95-000313 
Tsukamoto,  K. 

95-007961 
Tauruda,  Kiiziililrn 

93-009232 
Tsututa,  Kn/uhlro 

95-008296 
Tsutsunii,  Hlroakl 

95-009128 
Tucker,  Cmlg  K, 

95-007073 

93-00713^ 
Tullock,  John 

95-007'.06 
TurcaLti,  H.  H. 

35-008959 
Turingan,  Ralpli  B. 

95-00753'i 

95-007540 
Turley,  Bonnie  S, 

35-000900 
Turley,  Steven  R. 

95-008900 
Turner,  Bruce  J. 

93-007930 

95-008329 


Tumor,   G.    F. 
95-008413 


FR  40(4) 


274 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


TuLLJiriinEti,    ATiria-l.lisa 

95-  00914  J 
Tyler.  Jeffrey  A. 

95-009261 
TzJnaB,  Georg« 

55-007302 

95-007405 

95-007599 
l"i-ect,  CtirJstoplier 

95-00717* 
L'ctiijiKTdt  Takisto 

95-00750* 
Wevltz,  Mnrk  S. 

95-D093H* 
fed  a,  rtklt.i 

95-00765^ 

LT«C^t5l1,      K. 

95-Q07B94 
L"^n.o,  Vasuhlro 

95-COH175 
l/esaka,  Tostilhlro 

95-00766* 
UfoJlke,  E,  Z.  C. 

95-007372 
LUgeiics,  Y. 

95-U07131 
Ulrich,  S.-P, 

95-009*07 

lAjeda,   Susitriiti 

95-007315 
Lralo,  E. 


Itiaer,  H.    A. 

^5-009005 
l^otanl,  Ilauro 

95-01)6222 
Urano.  flklhlsa 

5i-007ri50 

95-OOJ551 
Urawa,  S. 

95-OOB673 

95-OOR&80 
L'rava,  Slilgeliiko 

95-OOH136 


•95-00867* 
^5-008675 


Urhan*Jci.lora.ka  ,    Ewa 

95-D0710O 
TJrlbc,  J.  C. 

95-007190 
Usjneiiskaya,  A  .  V, 

•95-008676 
Vadas,  Hobert  I..  ,  Jr. 

95-UU940I) 
VallliiTicoui-t  ,  Guy 

95-006150 
Val  sins,  A,  C. 

95-C10S6Q4 
Val,  A.  L. 

95-CQT606 

95-007B4O 

S5-007B05 

as-ooaooa 
Valdcmaracn,  John  W. 

95-OD9''+70 
%'aldcz  Gnn?.alc2,  Arcadia 

95-003262 
Valencia,  V. 

95-007082 
VaUre,  F. 

93-0073*^ 
Vallarino,  Hark 

95-006332 
Valid,  J.  L. 


. . .CONTINUED.  .  . 
Vallet,    J.    1., 
95-007907 
Valtonon,    E.   T. 

95-OOBQ15 
van  Aardt,   H.    J, 

95-007632 
Van  Audekerke,    J. 

95-007575 
van  Banning,    P. 

95-008779 

van  Dam,   A.    A.. 

95-007373 

95-00737'. 

Van  de  Giichte,    Kces 

95-OOH968 
van  <lc   Wai,   JanWillcm 

95-OD760'. 
Van   <Je   Weghe,     B. 

95-007346 

Van  den  Avyle,    Michael   J. 

95-008375 

95-O0920B 

95-009211 

van  den  Berg,    C. 

95-007535 
van  den  Boogaart,   J.   G,    H, 

95-007536 
van  den  HeuveL,   Michael  It. 

95-009003 
van  den  Nieuwenhuizen,    Arencl 

93-007414 

van  den  Thillart,   G.   E.    E.   J.   M. 
95-007765 
95-007B66 

van  der  Elst,    R.   P. 
95-008072 
95-008323 
03-008325 
van  der  lloijden,   A.  J.    H. 

95-007627 
van  der  Htiijden,   Angeliquc  J.   H. 

95-007573 

van   der  Jieljden,   M.  H.    T. 
95-007858 
95-007667 
95-008480 
Van   Der  Kraak,   G. 

95-007761 
Van   dor  Linden,   A. 

95-007575 
Van  der  Meer,    J. 

95-009233 
van  der  Meer,    Olli 

95-OOB083 
van.  der  Meeren,   T. 

95-008441 
van  dor  Schalie,  William  H. 

95-009000 
Van  der  Veer,    II.   H. 

95-009233 
Van  Dobben,   W.   H. 

95-008263 
van  Ecrden,    Mennobart 

95-008267 

van  Eerden,  Mennobart  R. 
95-00826** 
95-009263 
95-008266 
95-008269 
95-006273 
95-008968 
Van  Hauwaert,  M.  L. 

95-008811 

van  Liere,   L. 

95-009044 

van  Lieshout,   E. 

?5-007565 


FR 


275 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


van  Mulswlnkel,    V.    R, 

35-008670 
van  Huiswlnkol,  Vi  IJem  B. 

95-008656 
Van  Ness,  Justin 

95-009095 
van  Rljn,  Jaap 

95-00707'i 

95-007133 
vau  Roolj.  J.  H. 


van  Snik,   G.  H-   J. 

95-007536 
Van  Thlelen,  Kudi 

95-0092B5 
Van  Veld,  Peter 

95-007636 
Van  Vooten,  Allan  R. 

95-009209 
van  Vuren,  J.  H.  J  . 

95-00898'. 
van  Hezel,  AnnemariG  P. 

95-009004 
VanderKooy,  Steven  Jay 

95-008371 
Van  rial,  Peter 

95-009313 
Varanasi,  U, 

95-OD84SB 

95-008942 

95-008956 
Varanasi,  Ushn 

95-008993 
Varas,  A. 

95-007533 
Varma,  K.  J, 

95-008575 
Varnell,  l.ylc  H. 

95-008372 

95-008373 
Varriale,  A.  H. 

95-008612 
Vasll'ev,  V.  P. 

95-007992 
Vasil'eva,  E. 

95-007537 

95-008416 
Vaall'yev,  V. 

95-008417 
Vasil'yeva,  Ye. 

95-008417 
Vaallets,  I,.  A. 

95-007816 
Vagquez,  R. 

95-008440 
Vdoviiit  A.  H. 

95-008180 
Vechkanov,  V.  S. 

95-008291 
Vega,  Robert  R. 

95-009513 
Volt,  H.  P. 

95-007666 
Veldkamp,  llonnie 

95-007536 

95-008268 
Veltrir  Robert  W. 

95-007779 
Venegas-Gallndo,  N.  Angelica 

95-009509 
VenkaLesh,  B. 

95-007630 
Venturinl,  G. 

95-007588 
Vecahunplriya,  Hisuthi 

95-007348 


D. 


D. 


Verani,    Jose   [tahon.o 

95-007232 
Vcrhost,    P.    H. 

95-007627 
Verbost,    Pinter  N, 

95-007573 
Verbruggo,    D.  A. 

95-008910 
Veflhnc,    V. 

95-008677 

Verma,    K.    J, 

95-007868 

Varspoor,    E. 

95-007927 

Vertucux,    C, 

95-0073.16 

Vestergaard   JoraciKn'i 

95-OOB6VO 
Vial,    H.    V. 

95-0071BO 
Vicente,    A. 

95-007533 
Vickery,    WilHani  I,. 

9,rt-OOaO'i9 
Vldaurrl-Sotelo,    A.    l 

95-009509 

Vidcler,   J.   J. 

95-0075^.2 

95-008314 

Vieira,   Vern  ].,    A, 

95-007491 
Vigano,    Lulgi 
95-008885 
Vihcrvuorl,    Anno 

95-009539 

Vljayan,   M.   M. 

95-007637 

95-007869 

Vijayaraghavan,    Sltum 

95-008B72 
Vlkhraan,   A.    A. 

95-007S13 
Villavlcencio-(i£irny/.j 

95-008151 
Villena,    A. 

95-008622 
Vincent,   A. 

95-0095',2 
Vinci,  G.   K. 
95-008107 
Vlrkki,    I,.    V. 
95-007670 
Vitrnstein,    Robe  ft.  I/, 

95-008357 
Viacher,    Heinrh:h  A, 

95-007539 

Vogelbcln,    W.   K. 

95-008903 

95-009005 

Vogl,  A.   W. 

95-007S62 
Vogler,   Alftioil  I'. 

95-007993 
Vogt,   V.    M. 


Vogt,  Volkcr  M. 

95-008707 
Volante,  J,  f). 

95  -0093  1,  3 
Volk,  E.  C, 

95-009158 
Volkart,  Bill 

95-00741S 
Volodin,  V.  M. 

95-009425 
Volpatti,  D. 

95-007677 


FR  40(4) 


276 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Volstail,    Jon  Halge 

95-009562 
von  rfer  lluni.lt,  J. 

95-OOT19O 
Vonck,  A.  P-  M.  A, 

95-007627 
Vosianber.  Eereud 

95-00826  it 

15-008269 
Voss,  K.  H. 

95-  00894  B 
Vo-5  1  i-adovsky  ,  J  L  r  I 

15-009114 
Vcys  t  Loushk  In  i  I)  .  N  . 

95-007363 
i'rl  jcnhock.  Holier  I.  C. 

15-007956 
Waagbo,  R. 

95-00727R 

95-007576 

55-00759:il 

95-007871 
Waclitel,  Stephen 

95-007994 
Wada,  Shin  pel 

95-008613 
Winln,  Yuko 

35-007771 
Wade,  M. 

95-0071^:1 

WiidP,    T.    L. 

95-009011 
Wade,  Terry  L. 

95-000834 

95-008849 
Wagner,  Eric  J. 

95-007175 

95-007191 
Wiignrr,  Jeff  ry  Et  . 

95-009435 
Wiignuc,  U. 

95-OOB&14 
Ualiab,  A. 

95-00719H 
Wahl,  Unvld  II. 

95-007319 

^5-000210 
Hahll,  T. 

*l.r)-00e(i77 
Wrtinvrlght-,  Peter  C. 


Lvooil,    K,    G. 
95-007735 
inbjyastii  ,    H. 


95-OOB76? 

Wakcfleld,    W.   Waldo 


Waknitz,    F.    Hi  1  Ham 

95-009173 
Waldnan,  John  R. 

95-008374 
Walker,  C.  C. 

95-008402 
Valker,  Davlii  J, 

95-009321 
KalXec,  Mary  K. 


Walker,    Peter  G. 
95-Q0967B 


Wall,   A.    E. 
95-007303 
95-0075'.! 
Wallin,    Julie  K. 
95-008375 
95-00920B 
95-009211 
Walsli,    Patrick  J. 
95-007872 
95-007HG7 
Wambcke,    S.    R. 

95-007789 
Wang  Vising 

95-007723 
Wang,   Jill- tcrng 

95-008152 
Wang,    R. 

95-007873 
Wang,    S.    B. 

95-008153 
Wang,    Shyli-Bin 

95-009'.52 
Wailless  i    S. 

95-009227 
Wfinzcnbock ,    Joaef 
95-00825'i 
95-009409 
Ward,    J.    V. 

95-009410 
Ward,    Mir.liael 

95-008122 
Ward,   N. 

95-008857 
Ward,    P. 

95-008370 
Ward,    Faul   I. 
95-007505 
Ward,    Rocky 
95-009183 
95-009212 
95-009213 
Ward,   Timothy  J. 

95-008911 

Wardlc,   C.    S. 

95-0075'.2 

95-009221 

95-009222 

Waring,    C.    P. 

95-OOB879 

Warke,    G.   H.   A. 

93-008270 
Warne,   J.   H. 
95-00787'> 
Warren,   J.   W. 
95-007087 
Warren,   W.    G, 
95-00892& 
Harrington,    Stuart 

95-008253 
Watanabe,   Akihiko 

95-007875 
Watanabe,   K. 
95-008738 
Watanabe,   Takchiko 

95-007876 

Watanabe,   Takeshi 

95-007322 

95-007348 

95-007658 

95-007701 

95-007702 

Watanabe,   Tokuko 

95-007522 

Watling,   Lea 

95-009105 

Watral,   V.   G. 

95-00849't 


277 


1995 


AUTHOR   INDEX 


Watson,    L-    R. 
95-008755 
Watten,   Barnatiy  J. 

95-007444 
Watt.lcy,    Jack 

95-007357 

Waugh,   David 

95-007077 

15-007878 

Webb,  D.   J. 

95-007853 
V'oblj,  David  A. 

95-008839 
Weber,  1).  N. 

95-008092 
Weber,  Lisa 

95-000298 
Weber,  PeLer  G. 

95-000243 
Weber,  R.  E. 

95-007879 
Webster,  Carl  D. 

95-007250 

95-007B8Q 
Wehrle,  Denise 

95-009146 
Weil,  Claudine 

95-007571 
Wein,  Eleanor  E. 

95-009147 
Welsh,  Stuart  A. 

95-007543 
Wendelaar  Bonga,  S,  E. 

95-007565 

95-007627 

95-008965 
Wendelaar  Bonga,  Sjoerd  E. 

95-007573 
Wennevik,  V. 

95-007094 
Hergeland,  H,  I. 

95-007621 

95-008483 

95-008558 

95-008595 
Wernsing,  Paul 

95-008890 
Wernstedt,  Kris 

95-009603 
Wettestad,  Jorgen 

95-009456 
Wheeler,  Q,  D. 

95-009092 
Vhipple,  H.  J. 

95-008494 
Vhitaker,  D.  J. 

95-008658 
WhUby,  p.  H. 

95-008515 
Whitchurch,  Peter  G. 

95-009216 
Vhlte,  J. 

95-007828 
White,  M.  R. 

95-007354 
White,  Matthew  H. 

95-007995 
Vhlte,  Ray  J, 

95-009214 
Vhltetiead,  P.  G, 

95-008S5B 
HiHeslde,  Bobby  G 

95-009611 
WiHfleld,  Alan  K. 

93-009453 
MUUler,  Thomas  R 

95-OQ9093 


Whittlngton,    1,    ]). 
95-008766 
95-006S25 
Wliiltlngton,    K,    ,1. 
95-008615 
95-008701 
Wlioriskey,    Fred  t). 

95-007001 

Whoriskey,    Frudnt  lt:k   II 
95-OOS3/.0 
95-008154 
Whyte,   J.    W.    (.',. 

95-008786 
Wlchnrdt,    I),    ['. 

95-008521 
Wlcliowski,    FrniiK-JriHcr 

95-009357 
Widuto,    Jan 

95-009  30:l 
Wicgertjcs,    (!.    F. 

95-«OBG7'J 
Wlcgortjes ,    Gunrt.   t', 

95-008656 
Wielick,    Kolf  «. 

95-00923Q 

Wiena,   G.    D. 

95-008616 

95-00861H 

Wiik,    Uagnhilii 

95-00857fi 
Wijsman,    J.    W.   H. 

95-009072 
Wlklujid,    T. 

95-006521 
Wilder,   MnrLlJii 

95-0095'.3 
Wlldisli,    David  J. 

95-00713/. 
Wilen,   James   E, 

95-0090B3 
Wiley,    EtoborL  W, 

95-009215 
Wilkie,   DonalJ  W. 

95-007135 
Wllklns,    H.    David 

95-009607 
Wilkinson,    flmi 

95-0080^9 
Wilkinson,    D;ui  I,, 

95-00883^ 
Williams,    Bcui.L 

95-008747 
Williams,    D.    Died  ley 

95-000206 
Williams,    D.    K. 

95-008707 

Williams,    D.    L. 

95-007303 

95 -00 75A 1 

Williams,   David  Melt. 

95-00922B 
Williams,    EniGSl  II.,    Jr. 

95- 0083 /(fl 
Wit linns,    J.    A. 

95-006370 
Williams,   Jack  K. 
95-009613 
95-00961^ 
Williams,    John  C, 

95-007347 
Williams,   K.    G, 

95-007375 
Williams,    L.   M. 

95-00869'2 

Williams,   M,    A. 

95-008826 


276 


*.  .,  CONTINUED.  -  . 

Vl  11  lama,    H.    A. 

95-008827 
William,    P.    C. 

95-008075 
WUUans,    R.    J. 

95-OOBH58 
Williamson,    J.    Holt 

95-009605 
Williamson,    M- 

95-007541 
Willis,    David  W, 

95-OOB288 

95-OQS300 

95-009094 
Wl  His,    John    D. 

95-GQ9439 
Willis,    H.    L. 

95-008868 

95-0090QC 
WI  Llis,    Scot  I.  A. 

95-009216 
MILlson,    Mary  F. 

35-008271 
HILson,    J.    H. 

95-QQ7H82 
Hi  tscn,   Jeffrey  H  , 

95-009597 

95-OD959H 
Wilson,    M.    R, 

95-007746 
Wilson.    Hi  LUiim   J. 

95-OGB2B3 
Vliiinickl  ,    Alcksander 

95-007631 
Winston,    !!.    W. 

95-009007 
Wlntcn,    .1  .    R. 

95-008615 

•95-008681 

35-OOB713 

93-00871& 

95-OOB729 
Win  ton,    James  R. 


Wlsniuieii,    Brian   1). 

95-OOBO60 

9S-OOH061 
Wlsner,    Robert  t.. 


VI  ikovjahl,    Andrzej 

95-009319 
Hlttu,  J.  IJ. 

95-009233 
WiLLe,  Kni-Erik 

95-OO7065 
Wlasow,  Teresa 

95-OOQOO8 

95-OOOOO9 
Uoitcwicli,  William  A. 

95-009  3  26 
Watcrt,  Jo.ff 

95-U09566 
Wolcdge,  R.  C. 

95-007727 
Wolfe,  K- 

95-OOB617 
WolEo,  M.  J. 

95-008B80 
IV  dike  n,  Jerome  J. 

95-007303 
Wong  Ifongtian 

95-007136 
Wong,  A-  H. 

95-008249 


Woo,    N.    Y.    S. 
95-007304 
95-007084 
Woo,    P.    T.    K. 
95-008660 
Wood,    C.    H, 

95-007885 
Wood,    Chris  G. 

95-009367 

Wood,    Girls   M, 

95-007Q66 

95-007887 

Wood,    P.    A. 

95-008618 
Wood,    Wendell 

93-009'iH 

Woods,   1..   Curry,    III 
95-007258 
95-007277 
Woody,    Carol   A. 

95-007708 
Wooten,   Michael   C. 
95-007959 
95-008401 
Wootton,    U. 

95-008670 
Wootton,    U.    J. 

95-007BBfl 
Worrest,    Robert  C. 

95-009106 
Woschitz,    G. 
95-006225 
Wright,   David  A. 

95-009010 
Wright,    J. 

95-008909 
Wright,    P.   J. 
95-008025 
Wright,    Patricia  A, 

95-007886 
Hu,    Jcn-Leih 
95-008709 
Wu,   l,ln 

95-009217 
Wu,   Lizhao 

95-007996 
Wynne,   Forrest 

95-007259 
Xlong,    F. 

95-007958 
Yabe,   Hirohl 
95-009129 
Vacgaahl,   Hirofiimi 

95-007172 
YakiipiLiyage,  A, 

95-007233 
Yaraatla,   Hideaki 

95-007889 
Yamaguchi,   Haaaahi 

95-009129 
Yamamoto,   A. 
95-007890 
Yamamoto,   Atsuahi 
95-007997 
95-008619 
Yamamoto,   Ken-ichi 

95-007654 
Yamamoto,  Hike 

95-007/il6 
Yamanaka,  Yulchl 

95-007634 
Yamano,   Keisuke 

95-007998 
Yarnaoka,   Kosaku 

95-008031 

Yamasaki,  Ho too 

95-007864 


FR  40(4) 


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1995 


BOOK  REVIEW 

A';\;>':I  iVo'r.'f.v  5'.  J/c,  Pattern  ami  Process,  ediled  by  Paul  S.  Ciller,  Alan  G.  Hildrew,  and  David  (1  Rjfiocfi  SVV- 
!ir  i«-,ii  V(v  Mo  !4.  )9')4.  Blackwe!!  Science  Publishers,  Oxford,  England,  xiii  +  649p.  Available  from  ISLulvit'l 
yKniuir  KiblifJtions,  Inc.,  23B  Main  St.,  Cambridge,  MA  02142  (tel:800-759-&102)  fll  $75.00  [liolh:  (SB'i 

-;i'.r.C^.t;ti(j-X|. 

A'im'K  Etnlosy:  Scale.  Pattern  and  Process  is  the  result  of  a  joint  meeting  of  the  American  Soduly  hit  I  irtirK'lojiy 
ir.ii  <\,v:n;)gr,ipliy,ind!h(.'  British  Ecological  Society  held  in  Great  Britain  In  1992.  The  2  I  chapU'is  .ir<-  n-viiv. 
I'j^fi  MI  tVr-iliwater  and  marine  ecosystems  by  leading  authorities  throughout  the  worfd.  ll  is  (hi-  £'*i 
i.i;.rii,ff!H'ri>i'.t'J!tem|>t  to  discuss  the  interaction  between  pattern  and  process  fii  aquatic  ecosystems  iitd'lfi-J"--"' 
liHit'jl  sircl  k'mpor.il  scales. 

!(:••  idi:cir>  present  .1  rive-page  introduction  thai  describes  the  organizing  framework  of  the  book,  ln>;innin^  v.  =  ^ 
iifihfid.vjuJtic  jvstums.thcn  moving  "down  the  slope"  as  far  as  the  ocean  depths.  This  orgajiizjilbn  is  suniMuir^c.l 
IN  jugful  graph,  admittedly  not  drawn  lo  scale  because  of  the  vast  spatial  differences  bclwi-un  fri'shw.iii  r  Jf=d 
fti.in  r.-.!!:a)-iy  stems.  In  spite  of  these  spalfal  differences  the  number  of  papers  is  bafanced  t«?Kv(!i:n  Ihc  Uvmn  ":'-•> 
(V'-,^iirfinwith  10  freshwater  and  10  marine  chapters  and  a  final  concluding  chapter  by  the  cdilurs. 


it  in  the  introduction  that  they  present  no  definition  of  scale,  pal  turn,  or  process.  "Jin-  .iiplhi.jr  '-' 
ttuijtt-r  14  jttempts  to  define  scale  in  two  ways,  by  either  referring  to  lime  and  spaco  of  the  .mpro.u  h  <•'  t.-1 
fvi(..'tui!!in  irom  the  d<it.i  gathered  The  summary  chapters  on  freshwater  (Chapter  1  9)  and  inaiinr  (  li.ipfi.'r  J'J! 
c-t/jiysttms  pro'.ide  excellent  detmilions  of  the  terms  and  interesting,  understandable,  anrl  unifying  if  KIM^  '•* 
if.  irn  the  iymposium.  Readers  may  want  to  review  these  two  summary  chapters  firsl  Liefon?  fiuU'uw  rji«M>^c-i 
m  di-Mils  presented  in  the  more  specific  chapters. 

Ihf  authors  search  for  commonalities  in  marine  and  freshwater  ecosystems  antf  present  numerous  i  oiiiiuri^j;!^ 
Om-  dominant  conclusion  is  that  physical  processes  are  the  architects  of  heterogeneity  in  vimi.illy  .til  .IMU.HL 
f-roiyittiTis.  Evamnles  of  this  theme  are  the  role  of  fluid  motion  in  lakes  and  rivers  In  regard  to  t>ii|»ul,iei»m  1-1 
ph>K-tpldnkton  (Chapter  6)  and  the  impact  of  fluid  motion  on  oceanic  food  webs  (Cli.splcr  I  :n  An^rf.i.' 
pliDnomcnon  related  to  physical  processes  yields  far  more  species  of  freshwater  fishes  (csnudally  i  it  I  .Ikh)  " 
Uf,;e  Likes  than  m  large  rivers  of  Africa  (Chapter  9).  The  author  argues  that  changeability  i>(  lln-  MV./HV 
environment  selects  species  with  broad  habitat  tolerances  (curytopes),  whereas  riic  less  vfiri,ibli-  Lm^wi^1 
viv.ifonriicnt  permits  development  of  species  with  narrow  habitat  tolerances  (stenotones) 
A  Hcond  commonality  in  the  two  ecosystems  Is  the  role  of  disturbance  as  a  cause  of  pnidiincss  in  I..  ^-t-  ,  :•! 
n,--I  ie  J??s.  °f  dlsturb'S!8  oraE?rs  ducks,  fish,  crabs)  on  benthic  habitats  (tliaplor  I  1  1  ran  r!..,w 
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hy  disturbing  or  reshaping  the  substrata.  Patchiness  is  also  created  by  nirfctp 

which  affects  distribution  of  plankton  in  lakes  (Chapter  7}  or  benthos  in  the  dcup'siM  [r 

«fnm!  f dle51 '"  'IS  comP?ralive  approach,  that  is,  in  discussing  commonalities  in  tin-  uv» 
vsttms.  A  recumng  symposium  emphasis  is  the  need  to  consider  (he  landscape  when  d,-^ri 
n«««  k  tlllder,scored  is  ?  warning  that  new  technology  provides  intiir  .I.U.t 
*n-  PK-'.|!  .  r  "  f  efs,canadeclual?|V|ntegrate  into  conceptual  .intTconiputrr  modi-Is  MM 
I  <ucn.^on  h uf^-n  nmv?Hir  h 'nna  !heories  ^h"6  w'lh  such  topics  as  predator-prey  n-Lilre  in-Jii 
i  _ucci«.on,  but  al>o  provides  challenging  new  insights  on  their  mechanisms. 

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I'Jl 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


Africa 

95-OQJQB9 

95-007216 

95-007219 
Africa,  Western 

93-007936 

95-OQB393 
Africa;  Atlas  Mountain  Region 

9  5-  008403 
Africa:  Lake  Malawi 


95-008413 
Africa:  Lake  Tanganyika 

95-007379 

95-008042 

95-008236 

95-009306 
Africa:  Lake  Victoria 

95-007675 

95-007909 

95-007066 

95-OOSJ30 

95-009286 

95-D09295 
Afclca;  Niger  River  and  Basin 

95-005317 
Africa:  Nile  River  and  Basin 

95-008330 
Alabama 


95-009369 
Alabaraai    Five  Mile  Creek 

95-008881 
Alaska 

95-009014 
95-00905'. 
95-009062 
93-009161 
95-009122 
95-OO9391 
Alaska,  Coastal 

95-OGB333 
Alaska,    Southcentral 

95-009299 

Alaska,  Southeas  Lorn 
95-OD9179 
55-009203 
95-009389 
95-009395 
95-009397 
95-009473 
95-009492 
Alaska:  Alike  Creek 

95-009207 

Alaska:    Bristol   Day 
95-008111 
95-OOS120 
Alaska:    Chlgiiik  Lake 

95-OO8279 
Alaska:    Cook   Inlet, 

95-OOB112 

Alaska:    GulE  of  Alaska 
95-OOQf.S7 
95-00*536 
95-009577 
Alaska  i    lliarnna  Lake 

95-007947 
Alaska:    Kamishak  Bay 

95-008315 
Alaska:    Kenal  River 

95-009338 
Alaska:    Margaret  Lake 

95-009267 

Alaska:    Pcince  William  Sound 
95-QOB729 
95—  OQ8B32 


Alaska:   Prudhoe  Bay 

95-008263 
Alaska:    Stikine  River 

95-009492 
Alaska;   Toolik  Lake 

95-007449 
Antarctica 
95-008368 
95-009494 
Antarctica:   Anvers   Island 

95-008951 
Antarctica!   McMurdo  Sound 

95-008931 

Arabian  Sea  and  Area 
95-007446 
95-007447 
95-007448 
95-008084 
95-008096 
95-008343 
95-008386 
95-008410 
95-008759 
95-008864 
95-009524 
Arctic  Ocean 
95-008208 
95-008316 
95-008350 
Argentina 
95-008177 
95-009489 
Argentina;  Pilcomayo  River 

95-009343 
Argentina;   Rio  Bermejo 

95-009343 
Arizona 

95-009138 
95-009324 
95-009597 
95-009598 
95-009613 

Arizona;    Dlack  River 
95-009198 
95-009597 

Arizona:   Lake  Mohavc 
95-009195 
95-009606 
Arizona:    Little  Colorado  Rivet 

95-009198 
Arkansas;   Ouachita  River 

95-008982 
Asia 

95-008356 
Asia,   Eastern 
95-007205 
95-009552 

Asia,   Southeastern 
95-007205 
95-009552 
Atlantic  Ocean 
95-007391 
95-009461 
95-009500 
95-009539 

Atlantic  Ocean,  North 
95-008318 
95-008346 
95-009<i66 
95-009471 
95-009493 
95-009562 
Atlantic  Ocean,  North:  Bay  of  Biscay 

95-008274 

Atlantic  Ocean,   North:  Middle  Atlantic  Bight 
95-007945 


FR   40(4) 


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1995 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


.-.CONTINUED.  .. 

Atlantic  Ocean,   North:   Middle  Atlantic 

95-008065 
Atlantic  Ocean,  Worth:   Scotlan  Shelf 

95-009460 

35-009535 
Atlantic  Ocean,  Northeastern 

95-007613 

95-007927 

95-008090 

95-008252 

95-008317 

95-OOB378 

95-0084  14 

95-009123 

95-003467 

95-009490 

95-009491 
95-009501 
95-009529 

Atlantic  Ocean,  Northwestern 
95-007126 
95-008170 
95-OOft39t 
95-008555 
95-008661 
95-008765 
95-008802 
95-008819 
95-008926 
95-008956 
95-009105 
95-009148 
95-009462 
95-009*68 
95-009507 
95-009523 

Atl«4SB°cettni  South:   PnLaEonian  Shelf 
95-008177 

Atlantic  Ocean,   Southeastern 

95-008196 
Atlantic  Ocean,  Southwestern 

95-008370 
Atlantic  Ocean,  Western 

95-008382 

95-009531 
Australia 

95-007273 

95-007340 

95-007375 

95-008222 

95-008453 

95-008692 

95-009098 

95-009495 
Australia:  Darling  River 

95-009352 
Australia;  Fitzgerald  River 

95-008322 

95-009024 
Australia:  Great  Barrier  Reef 

95-008761 

95-008766 

95-009228 
Australia:  Moroton  Bay 

95-008825 


Australia:    New  South  Wales 

M-007242 
Australia!   Queensland 

95-007280 

95-007378 

95-008785 

95-008835 

95-00901S 

95-009052 


flight       Australia:  Tasmania 

95-009037 
Australia:  Thomson  River 

95-009345 
Australia:   Victoria 

95-009345 

Australia:  Western  Australia 
95-OOS322 
95-009024 
Austria 

95-008225 
95-OOS762 
95-OD9110 
95-009354 
95-009401 
95-009414 
Austria:  Honclsee 

95-OOB366 
Austria;    River   Drau 

95-009348 

Bahama  Islands 

95-008781 

95-009517 

Baltic  Sea  and  Area 
95-008272 
95-008363 
95-008995 
95-009224 
95-009490 
95-009491 
Bangladesh 

95-008512 
Barents  Sea 
95-008246 
95-008299 
95-008318 
95-008764 
95-008909 
95-008950 
Benin 

95-Q092B5 
Bering  Sen 
95-008186 
95-008220 
95-008318 
95-008674 
95-009498 
95-009534 
95-009538 
95-009577 
Bermuda  Islands 
95-009493 
95-009514 

Black  Sea  and  Acea 
95-008164 
95-008298 
95-008385 
Bolivia 

95-009091 
Bolivia!   Rio  Mamorc 

95-008440 
Borneo  Island 

95-007262 

Botswana:   Okavango  River 
95-007460 
95-008341 
Brazil 

95-008168 
95-008382 
95-009124 
95-00946*1 

Brazil!   Parana  River 
95-008109 
95-009314 
Bulgaria 

95-009337 


FR  40(4) 


284 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


California 

95-009058 

95-009332 

95-009351 

95-009569 
California,  Coastal 

95-008333 

95-009282 

95-009455 

95-009528 

95-009592 
California,  Eastern 

95-008321 
California,  Southern 

95-QC9182 
California:  Eel  River 

95-009346 
California:  Klamath  Hivcr 

95-009  m 

95-009593 

California;    Lower  Klamath  Lake 

95-0093G2 
California!  fEission  Bay 

95-009171 
California:  Monterey  Day 


California:    Noyo  Rivar 

95-OOB13Q 
California:    Owens  River 

95-007072 
California:    Sacramento  River 

95-009594 

95-009602 
California;    Sacramento-San  Joaquin  Estuary 

95-009430 

93-009437 
California:    San  Joaquin  River 

95-009335 

95-009336 
California:    San  Joaquin  Valley 

95-D089BO 
California:    Santa  Catalina  Island 

95-008182 
California:    Scott  River 

95-009593 
California:    Shasta  River 

95-009593 
California:    Southern  California  Bight 

95-007906 
California:    Tule  Lake 

95-009302 
Cameroon 

95-009308 
Canada 

95-007077 

95-007126 

95-007161 

95-006462 
Canada,  Western 

95-008333 
Canada!   Alberta 

95-009305 
Canada:   Arctic 

95-008208 

95-009*59 
Canada:   Baffin  Island 

93-003289 
Canada  i   Batchawana  Lake 

95-009296 

Canada:  Bay  of  Fundy 
95-007134 
95-007281 
95-008507 
95-008559 
95-OOB58S 

Canada!  British  Columbia 
95-007905 


. ..CONTINUED.. . 
Canada:  British  Columbia 
95-007964 
95-008658 
95-008694 
95-008729 
95-008741 
95-006753 
95-006787 
95-008838 
95-008897 
95-008962 
95-009191 
95-009196 
95-009218 
95-009240 
05-009367 
95-0091103 
95-009404 
Canada i  Conception  Day 

95-003502 
Canada:   Cowan  River 

95-009237 
Canada:    Des  Prairies  River 

95-008977 

Canada:  Fraaer  River 
95-008897 
95-008962 
95-009367 
Canada:  Ganaraska  River 

95-008852 
Canada:  Hudson  Day 

95-008209 
Canada;  James  Bay 

95-007881 
Canada:  Lake  Croche 

95-008248 

Canada;  Manitoba 

95-008075 

95-008234 

95-009103 

95-009362 

Canada:  Maritime  Provinces 

95-008097 
Canada!  Hoisie  River 

95-008140 

Canada:  Newfoundland 
95-008170 
95-008352 
95-008771 
95-009502 

Canada:  Northwest  Territories 
95-008289 
95-009313 

Canada!  Nova  Scotia 
95-008771 
95-008844 
Canada:  Ontario 
95-008203 
95-008249 
95-OOB2B1 
95-008596 
95-008836 
95-008852 
95-009133 
95-009245 
95-009296 
95-009298 
Canada:  Ottawa  River 

95-008977 
Canada;  Quebec 
95-007881 
95-008140 
95-008150 
95-008203 
95-008248 
95-008352 


FR 


285 


1995 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


...CONTINUED... 

Canada:  Quebec 

95-OD&362 

95-008768 

95-008835 

95-003977 

95-009133 

95-009375 

95-009/168 

Canada;  Queen  Charlotte  Islands 

95-009218 
Canada:  Red  River 

95-009362 
Canada:   Saskatchewan 

95-009237 
Canada:   Seymour  River 

95-009403 
Canada:   Skcena  River 

95-009404 

Canada:  St.  Lawrence  Seaway 
95-008150 
95-008156 
95-008362 
95-008929 
95-00956'. 
Canada:  Stave  Lake 

95-007905 
Canada:  Strait  of  Georgia 

95-008694 
Canada:   Vancouver  Island 

95-008658 

Canada:   Yukon 

95-009147 

95-009391 

Canary    Islands 

95-008090 
Caribbean  Area 
95-&07387 
95-007392 
95-fl0753'( 
95-OOH051 
95-008127 
95-008*101 
95-009479 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Central  America 
95-007125 
93-006401 
Chile 

95-007141 
95-008126 
95-008131 
95-008824 
95-009431 
95-Q094S9 
China 

95-008711 
China:    Yangtze  River  and  Baain 

95-009392 
Colombia 

95-009458 
Colorado 

95-006345 
95-008361 
95-008673 
95-009050 
95-009104 
95-009199 
95-009377 
95-009378 
95-009418 
95-009609 
Colorado:  Dillon  Reservoir 

95-009176 

Colorado;  Horsetooth  Reservoir 
95-009176 


Colorado:   Kcnnoy  Reservoir 

95-009612 
Colorado:    Lake  John 

95-009192 

Colorado:    Pearl    Lake 
95-009192 
95-009304 
Colorado:    Steamboat  Lake 

95-009192 
Colorado!    Stillwater  Lake 

95-009192 
Colorado;   Trappers  Lake 

95-009304 
Colorado:   White  River 

95-009612 
Colorado:   Yaracolo  Lake 

95-009192 
Costa  Rica 
95-008060 
95-008061 
Cuba 

95-009318 
Czech  Republic 
95-007453 
95-008171 
95-008237 
95-008307 
95-008367 
95-009114 
95-009368 
95-009420 
Czech  Republic!  Dyje  River 

95-009117 
Czech  Republic!  Jililava  River 

95-008797 
Czech  Republic:  Morava  River 

95-009113 
Czech  Republic:  Musov  Reservoir 

95-008337 
Denmark 

95-007282 
95-008266 
95-008728 
Ecuador:   Aguarico  River 

95-008101 
Ecuador:    Rio  Napo 

95-008331 
Egypt 

95-007899 
El  Salvador 

95-OOB408 
England 

95-008157 
95-008253 
95-008826 
95-009112 
95-009294 
England:  Culm  Rlvtsr 

95-008074 
England;    Exe  River 

95-008074 
England!   Great  Ouse  River 

95-009342 
England:   Tyne  River 

95-009394 
Europe 

95-007081 
95-007992 
95-OOB197 
95-008200 
95-008225 
95-008265 
95-008266 
95-008267 
95-008416 
95-008439 


286 


19M 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


...COMIKUED.  .. 


35-QG9033 


ETS  rope.,    .Eastern 

95-Q06356 
Europe,    NorLhe  rn 


Europei    Danube   River  and  Basin 

95-00507* 

95-009113 

95-009401 
lurope:  Iberian  Peninsula 

95-OQB<i03 
Europe:  Rhine  River  and  llasiu 

95-009111 
Finland 

95-GQ7123 


95-008162 

95-008301 

95-000608 

95-008815 

95-QQ8S75 

95-Q09139 

9S-QO9140 

95-OO9142 

95-003113 

95-Q09145 

95-DDQ559 
rinland:  Oulu  River 

95-QD9353 
Finland:  Pcrhonjoki  River 

95-009122 
Florida 

95-O07209 

9S-OOB207 

95-008231 

95-OD8329 

95-OOB5S5 
95-OO8643 
95-OOB661 


95-009177 
95-009216 
95-OD9515 
rida,    Coastal 
95-QOS391 


Florida,    Sou  Lhens  tarn 

95-0092O1 
Florida,    Southern 
95-OOH819 
95-C09095 
Florida:    Banana  River  Lagoon 

95-D0913.2 
Florltlfi:    Indian  River  Lagoon 

95-Q0833B 

95-OOQ357 

95-OOB356 

95-G08391 

95-008^15 

95-009115 

95-009116 

95-QQ9432 

95-009435 

95-009&39 

95-0094^5 

9J-O09449 


95-OD9451 
Florida:  Keys 

O5-O08860 

95-003912 
Florida:  Lake  Harris 

95-OO&5B4 


FR 


Florida:   Mosquito  Lagoon 
95-009132 
95-009448 
Florida;    Suwannec  River 

95-008360 
France 

95-007166 
55-008138 
95-008146 
95-008160 
95-008165 
95-00827'. 
95-008703 
95-009099 
95-009323 
55-009395 
France:  Bay  of  Bourgneuf 

95-009503 

France:  Galfe  de  St. -Halo 
95-008198 
95-008199 

Frances  Rhone  Klver 
95-007910 
95-009125 
France:  River  Seine 

95-008887 
France:  Saone  Rivet 

95-007910 
French  Guiana 

95-009333 
Galapagos  Islands 

95-009463 
Georgia:  Clark  Hill  Reservoir 

95-009423 

Georgia:  Savannah  River 
95-008375 
95-009208 
95-009211 
Germany 

95-008184 
95-008226 
95-008938 
95-009292 
95-009357 
95-009366 

Germany:  Lake  Constance 
95-008161 
95-008650 
95-009255 
Great  Lakes 
Q5-008335 
95-008799 
Greece 

95-007286 
95-007502 
95-008833 
Greenland 
95-009522 

Guinea 

95-007938 
Gulf  of  Mexico 

95-007391 

95-007915 

95-008287 

95-008320 

95-008348 

95-008391 

95-008853 

95-009462 

95-009480 

95-009482 

Hawaii 

95-007513 

95-009188 
95-009250 
95-009499 


1995 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


Hawaii:  Kaneohe  Bay 

95-009189 
Heard   and   McDonald    Islands 


Hong  Kong 

95-008205 
Hungary 

95-007223 

95-OQ94Q9 
Hungary:  Lake  Balaton 

95-009796 

95-009312 
Iceland 

95-008496 

95-000546 

95-008547 
Idaho 

95-008163 

95-009209 

Irlahoi    Rear  Lake 

95-008359 
Idaho:  Redfish  Lake 

95-007156 
Idaho:   Snake  River 
95-007156 
95-00716'i 
95-007912 
95-009321 
Illinois 

95-007975 
95-009130 
95-009168 
Illinois:   Illinois  River 

95-009371 
Illinois:  Jordan  Creek 

95-008369 
India 

95-007103 
95-007196 
95-007199 
95-007213 
95-007235 
95-007236 
95-007247 
95-007283 
95-007446 
95-0071147 
95-007448 
95-007514 
95-007531 
95-008084 
95-008096 
95-00810* 
95-008255 
95-008276 
95-008304 
95-008309 
95-008310 
95-008456 
95-008627 
95-008628 
95-008646 
95-OOS712 
95-OOB773 
95-008810 
95-008818 
95-009049 
95-009150 
95-009152 
95-009159 
95-009363 
95-009550 
India!  Brahnaputra  River 

95-008065 

India:  Chilka  Lake 
93-007524 


India;    Ganga  River 
95-008985 
95-009263 
95-009364 
India!   Gobindaagar  Reservoir 

95-008277 

India:  Hooghly  Estuary 
95-007524 
95-008128 
95-008139 
95-008426 
95-008653 
95-008777 
95-008837 
India:  Ilusainsagar  Lake 

95-008303 
India;   Krishna  River 

95-008809 
India;   Kulgarhi   Reservoir 

95-008143 
Indiai   Nagarjunasagnr  Reservoir 

95-008107 
India:   Pullcat  Lake 

95-008104 
India:   Yamuna  Hiver 

95-008840 
Indian  Ocean 
95-007963 
95-008072 
95-008078 
95-008324 
95-008325 
95-008386 
95-008404 
95-008618 
95-009101 
93-009231 
95-009476 
95-009510 
Indiana 

95-009365 
Indiana:   Wabash  River 

95-009341 
Iowa:   East  Okohoji  Lake 

95-009185 
Iraq 

95-006343 
Ireland 

95-007434 
95-008346 
95-009327 
95-009344 
95-009379 

Ireland!   Galway  Bay 
95-008198 
95-008199 
Israel 

95-007122 
95-007229 
95-007230 
95-006229 
Italy 

05-007265 
95-007288 
95-007901 
95-008156 
95-009029 
95-009035 
Italyi  Po  River 

95-008885 
Japan 

95-007154 
95-007961 
95-008024 
95-008028 
95-008031 


FR  40(4] 


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W9S 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


006917 
009121 
005128 
009181 
009436 
009516 
009511 
009582 

Funka   Bay 
OGB240 
008241 

Sfokkaldo 
007172 
007771 
007954 
OOB1&7 
006174 
008240 


.  .  .CONTINUED.  .  . 

Japan 

95-008055 
95-008059 
95-008222 
95-aQS23fl 
95-QQfl239 
95-008396 
95-006364 
95-008390 
95-008481 
95-008553 
95-008613 
95-008730 
95-006735 
95-008739 
95-OOB757 
95-0087-69 
95-0087BB 


95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 

Japan: 
95 
95 

Japan 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 


W-008637 

95-008673 

95-009469 
Japan:  Lake  Ellmima 

95-009443 
Japan  r  Lake  ShlkoLsu 

95-008136 
Japan:  Hutsu  Bay 

95-009260 
Japan:  Shafcanbetsu  River 

95-008174 
Japan  i  Ifamayoke  River 

95-008365 
Kampuchea 

95-OQB347 
Kansas 

95-006328 

95-009178 
Kansas:  Cottonwood  River 

93-009600 
Kansas:  Lake  Reading 

95  -009  4  2/i 
Kentucky 

95-007259 

95-006221 

95-009164 

95-000164 
Kentucky:  Taylorsville  Lake 

95-008124 
Kenya 

95-  00fl233 
Kenya:  Tana  River 

95-008159 
Korea 

93-007630 

95-007632 

95-007683 

95-007699 


.. .CONTINUED... 
Korea 

95-008257 
95-006397 
95-008398 
95-009496 
95-009497 
95-009504 
95-009505 
Korea:  Yeosu  Bay 

95-008770 
Lake  Erie 
95-007932 
95-008247 
95-008890 
95-OOB978 
Lake  Michigan 
95-007167 
95-009130 
Lake  Ontario 
95-008243 
95-00891', 
95-009298 
95-009300 
Lake  Superior 
95-007917 
95-009393 
Latin  America 
95-009457 
95-009488 
95-009519 
95-009521 
Leaser  Antilles 

95-009527 
Louisiana 
95-008082 
95-009482 
95-009485 
Louisiana,    Southern 

95-009441 
Louisiana;   Calcasieu  Lake. 

95-008287 
Louisiana:   Ctiauvln  Bayou 

95-008212 
Louisiana:   Tunica  Bayou 

95-008340 
Hacqiiarie  Island 

95-009494 
Maine 

95-009194 
Maine,  Coastal 

95-009105 
Maine:   Penobscot  River 

95-009204 
Malaysia:    Chenderoh  Reservoir 

95-009415 
Mall 

95-009317 
Maryland 

95-007543 
95-009193 

Maryland:    Patuxent  River 
95-007239 
95-009160 
Maryland:    Sawmill  Creek 

95-008922 

Maryland!   Susquehanna  River 
95-009180 
95-009405 
Massachusetts 
95-009356 

Mediterranean  Region 
95-007899 
95-008138 
95-008229 
95-008280 
95-008313 


FR  40(4) 


289 


1995 


GKOGHAPfllCAL   INDEX 


95-007119 
95-009102 
95-009170 
Mexico:   ilaja  California  h'orte 

95-0082B6 

Mexico:   Baja  California  Sur 

95-007467 

95-OOH151 

95-008326 

Mexico:   Colina 

95-009509 

Mexico:  Gulf  of  California 
95-007386 
95-008326 
95-009595 
95-009596 

Mexico:  Lake  Patzcuaro 

95-009167 

95-009310 

Mexico:  Sinaloa 

95-007417 

95-009530 

Mexico:  Yucatan 

95-008320 
Michigan 
95-008910 
95-009130 
Michigan:  Saginaw  Bay 

95-007991 
Micronesia 

95-009512 
Minnesota 
95-009307 
95-009393 
Minnesota,  Northern 

95-009038 
Minnesota:  Fool  8 

95-009316 
Minnesota:  Red  Lakes 

95-008142 
Mississippi 
95-007253 
95-008642 
95-008763 
95-009127 
95-009398 
Mississippi:  Bayou  Pierre 

95-009607 
Mississippi:  Luxapalila  River 

95-008371 
Missouri 
95-007981 
95-009388 
Missouri,  Southern 

95-009279 
Missouri:  Current  River 

95-008172 
Missouri:  Hinkson  Creek 

95-009384 
Missouri:  Lake  Taneycomo 

95-007532 
Missouri:  Lamlne  River 

95-009339 
Mongol ia 
95-007924 
95-008077 
95-009288 
Montana:  Big  Hoie  Rtver 

95-007150 
Montana:  Flathead  Lake 

95-008245 

Montana:  Gallattn  River 
95-007474 


Montana:   Madison  Hivar 

95-007474 
Namibia 

95-009020 
Nepal 

95-007246 
Netherlands 
95-OOH263 
95-008264 
95-008266 
95-OOB26S 
95-OOB269 
95-008779 
93-009960 
95-009290 
95-009297 
95-009301 

Netherlands  Antilles 
95-OOS314 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Netherlands:   Lake  Zniil  Unnlii  nnnnr 

95-009309 
Netherlands;   WaUden  Sun 

95-009233 
Nevada 

95-008321 
Nevada:   Devil's  Hole 

95-009599 
Nevada:    Lake  Mohave 

95-009195 
New  Hampshire ;    Newfound  InKe* 

95-009217 
New  Jersey 
95-008920 
95-009045 
New  Jersey:  Great  Bny 

95-008065 
New  Jersey:   Little  Egjj    InlM 

95-003065 

New  Jersey;  Newark  Day 
95-008970 
95-OOH971 
New  Mexico:   Uio  do   Inn  Vmvui 

95-00814't 
New  York 

95-008765 
95-009300 

New  Vork:    Finger  Lakes 
95-008775 
95-008776 
Now  York:    Hudson  River  KiHumy 

95-008890 
New  York!    Lake  Clmraplnln 

95-009017 
New  Zealand 
95-007926 
95-008079 
95-008080 
95-0093Z9 
95-009/ifl3 
New  Zealand:   Lake  Taupo 

95-008339 
North  America 
95-008405 
95-008418 
95-008460 
95-008573 
95-008630 
95-009169 
95-009186 
95-009200 
95-009214 
95-009214 

North  America!   Colorado  River  ini<)  flvml* 
95-008321 


FR  40(4) 


290 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


.  ..CCNTIKUED.. 

IVottti  America: 
95-OOS67fl 
95-003  13S 
95-009604 
95-009605 
95-009606 
•95-009613 

Korits  Arasrica: 
95-007142 
95-007  148 


. 

Colorado  River  and  Basin 


Columbia  River  and  Basin 


95-009157 

95-009173 

95-00923.8 

95-009210 

95-009121 

95-009603 
North  America:  Ilio  Grande  and  Basin 

95-009377 
Morlh  America:  Yukon  River  and  Basin 

95-009191 
North  Carolina:  Hyco  Heservoir 

55-009170 
Korth  Diikotn 

95-0083^2 
So  rill  Son 

95-007461 

95-008157 

95-009330 

95-009  d5*i 

95-009  <i7O 

95-009486 

95-009(190 

95-009*191 
Northern  Ireland 

95-00927O 

95-00933.1 
Norway 

95-00710/1 

95-007111 

95-007184 

95-007953 

95-008179 

95-008575 

95-008393 

95-008637 

95-0086H3 

95-008738 

95-0087^8 

95-OOB7B3 

95-00883.1 

95-009123 

95-005172 

95-QQ9iiG7 

95-009574 
Hoi-way;  Ekao  River 


Korway:    Guribr-andscLiLslagen  Rivor 

95-OQB13H 
Norway:  Lake  Takvatn 

95-008224 
Ohio 

95-0079'iC 

95-008220 

95-005081 
Ohio:  Big  Darfcy  Crook 

95-008123 
Oklahoma 

95-007936 

95-009175 
Oklahoma:  Arkansas  River 

95-008850 
Oman 

95-0084  1C 
O  regon 

95-007177 


. ..CONTINUED. .. 
Oregon 

95-008803 

95-003190 

95-009446 

95-009583 

95-009586 
Oregon,   Coastal 

95-008333 

95-009282 
Oregon:    Borax  Lake 

95-009614 
Oregon:   Clackatnaa  River 

95-008336 
Oregon:   Coos  Bay 

95-009442 
Oregon:    Iranatia  River 

95-009325 
Oregon:   Klamnth  River 

95-009411 
Oregon:    Snake  River 

95-007912 
Pacific  Ocean 

95-007466 

95-008114 

95-008333 

95-009461 

95-009499 

95-009512 
Pacific  Ocean,   Eastern 

95-008046 

95-008126 

95-008131 

95-008195 

95-008316 

95-008376 

95-008682 

95-009458 

95-009463 

95-009531 
Pacific  Ocean,    North 

95-008122 

95-008178 

95-008674 

95-009041 

95-009234 

95-009466 

95-009474 

95-009518 
Pacific  Ocean,   Northeastern 

95-007467 

95-008169 

95-008182 

95-008286 

95-008326 

95-008956 

95-009046 

95-009244 

95-009282 

95-009447 

95-009455 

95-009475 

95-009477 

95-009487 

95-009509 

95-009528 

95-009530 
Pacific  Ocean,   Nor  times  tern 

95-007961 

95-008026 

95-008093 

95-008103 

95-008135 

95-OOB153 

95-008167 

95-008239 

95-008292 


FR 


291 


1995 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


-- .CONTINUED.,. 
Pacific  Ocean,  Northwestern 
93-008296 
95-008312 
95-008379 
95-OOB387 
95-008389 
95-OQB390 
95-009516 
95-009533 
95-009534 
Pacific  Ocean,  South 

95-009544 
Pacific  Ocean,   Southeastern 

95-008845 

Pacific  Ocean,   Southwestern 
95-007963 
95-008222 
Panama 

95-008046 
95-008051 
Papua  New  Guinea;  Fly  River 

95-009048 
Pennsylvania 
95-007543 
Pennsylvania:    Susquehanna  River 

95-009180 
Persian  Gulf 
95-008404 
Peru 

95-008195 
Philippines 
95-007208 
95-008293 
93-008620 
95-008884 
95-009520 
95-009525 
95-009542 
Philippines:  Lake  Laguna 

95-008960 
Philippines:  Naujan  Lake 

95-009236 
Poland 

95-007431 
95-008855 
95-OOSB56 
95-009387 
95-009413 
Poland]  Gdansk  Bay 

95-008843 
Poland:  Gulf  Of  Gdansk 

95-00.8135 
Poland:  Lake  Hutek 

95-009303 

Poland:  Lubrzanka  River 
95-008210 
95-008211 

Poland;  Pasleka  River 
95-008113 
95-009334 

Poland!  Pilica  River 
95-008117 
95-009381 
Poland!  River  Nysa  Kiodzka 

95-009319 
Polandi  Sulejaw  Reaervoir 

95-009526 
Poland!  Vistula  River 

95-008155 

Poland:  Wacta  River 
95-008116 
95-009380 
95-009382 
Portugal 
95-OOB317 
95-OOS378 


.  ..CONTINUED... 
Portugal 

95-009069 
95-009293 
95-009529 

Portugal:  Hira  Estuary 
95-008095 
95-009427 

Portugal;  River  Sorrala 
95-008283 
95-009329 
Puerto  Rico 

95-008127 
Red  Sea  and  Area 

95-008404 
Romania 

95-009315 
Russia 

95-007633 
95-007917 
95-008045 
95-008350 
95-008354 
95-008528 
95-008841 
95-008842 
95-008851 

Russia;    Bo 1' shay n  Hlvcr 
95-008125 
95-008230 
Russia:   Caucasus  Houiilftlii 

95-008417 
Russia:   Far  Eastern  Ititfilo 

95-008230 
Russia:   Kamchatka 
95-008133 
95-008312 
95-009534 
Russia;   Kola  Peninsula 

95-006353 

Russia;   Kuril  Islands 
95-008290 
95-008292 

Russia:   Lake  Baykal 
95-007526 
95-009278 
Russia:   Lake  Pskovakoe 

95-008098 
Russia:   Lena  River 

95-008087 

Russia;   Rybinsk  Reservoir 
95-008830 
95-008848 
95-009425 

Russia:   Sakhalin  Islmul 
95-007970 
95-008194 
Russia:   Volga  Rival-  niul 

95-007478 
Rytikyu  Islands 

95-008055 
Saudi  Arabia 
95-007076 
Scandinavia!  Kattegat  Sir  nit 

95-008297 
Scotland 
95-007109 
95-007149 
95-007158 
95-007165 
95-008847 
95-009227 
Scotland:   Vthan  Estujiry 

95-008251 

Sea  of  Japan 

95-008180 

95-008259 


FR  40(4) 


292 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


•  .. CONTINUED... 

Sea  of  Japan 

95  -00 8155 

95-009206 

95-009541 

95-009516 

95- 009541 
Sea  of  Okhotsk 

95-00-7771 

95-00-7770 

95-008175 

95-009208 

95-009469 

95-009533 
Slovenia:  Mura  River 

95-009351 
South  Africa 

95-008009 

95-008072 

95-008196 

95-008323 

95-008324 

95-008325 

95-008349 

95-008861 

95-009453 

95-009476 

95-009510 
South  Africa:  Crocodile  Iliver 

95-009359 
South  Africa:  Elands  River 

95-009359 
South  Africa:  Gamtoos  River 

95-007462 
South  Africa:  Reran  Estuary 

95-009434 
South  Africa:  OLlfnnls  River 

95-0039B4 

95-009422 
South  America 

95-007125 

95-0081(10 

95-009531 
SouLti  America:  Amazon  River  and  Basin 

95-008168 

95-009071 

95-009124 

95-OOQ'i07 
South  Carolina 

95-007913 

9  5- 00899*1 
South  Carolina:  Cooper  River 

95-007925 
South  Carolina:  Sant-eo  River 

95-007925 
South  Carolina:  Savannah  River 

95-008375 

95-000208 

95-009211 
South  Dakota 

95-008293 
Spain 

95-OD7082 

95-007597 

95-008252 

95-008403 
Spaltu  River  Duero 

95-008244 
Sri  Lanka 

95-009072 
Sweden 

95 -00 B 110 

95-006297 

95-008877 

95-00&095 
Switzerland 

95-OQ825B 


...CONTINUED..  . 
Switzerland 

95-009358 
Taiwan 

95-008103 
95-008135 
95-008152 
95-008153 
95-00'S387 
95-008662 
95-008846 
95-008941 
95-008945 
Tennessee 
95-007706 
95-008334 
95-009132 
95-009350 
Tennessee!  Center  Hill  Reservoir 

95-009419 
Tennessee!  Clinch  River 

95-005374 
Tennessee!  Cumberland  River 

95-008121 

Tennessee:   Dale  Hollow  Reservoir 
95-008118 
95-008311 
Tennessee:    East  Fork  Poplar  Creek 

95-OOB944 

Tennessee:  Great  Smoky  Mountains  Natl.  Park 
95-008334 
95-009383 
Tennessee;  Normandy  Reservoir 

95-008214 
Tennessee:  Tennessee  River 

95-008121 
Tennessee:  Tims  Ford  Lake 

95-009421 
Tennessee:  Woods  Reservoir 

95-008214 
Texas 

95-008747 
95-009174 
95-009183 
95-009212 
95-009213 
95-009513 
Texas ,  Southeastern 

95-009126 

Texas:  Galveston  Bay 
95-008834 
95-008849 
95-009444 
95-00947B 
95-009532 
Texas:  Trinity  River 

95-008191 
Thailand 

95-OOB484 
Trinidad  and  Tobago 

95-008014 
Tunisia 

95-008921 
U.S.  Virgin  Islands 

95-009097 
Uganda 

95-008330 
Ukraine 

95-008939 
95-009119 
United  Kingdom 
95-008585 
95-008744 
95-008798 
95-008813 
95-008816 
United  States 
95-007087 


FR 


293 


1995 


GEOGRAPHICAL   INDEX 


...CONTINUED.. 

United  States 
95-007174 
95-007195 
95-007437 
95-008278 
95-008300 


95-008454 
95-008B53 
95-009043 
95-009065 
95-009166 
95-009440 
95-009481 

United  States,    Eastern 
95-008802 
95-009096 

United   States,   Northeastern 
95-008956 
95-009093 

United  Slates,   Northwestern 
95-009077 
95-009373 
United  States,    Southeastern 

95-009369 
United  States,  Western 

95-008741 

United  States;  Chesapeake  flay 
95-007239 
95-008216 
95-008699 
95-009405 
95-009452 
United  States:  Middle  Atlantic  States 

95-008853 

United  States;  Mississippi  River  and  Basin 
95-008137 
•95-009316 
95-009371 
95-009388 
95-009399 

Unln^'1  ;!tates;   Missouri  River  and  Basin 

95-OOB342 
United  States:  NEW  England 

95-009507 
United  States.  Ohio  River  and  Basin 

95-007995 

Pacific  and  Mountain  Slates 


Utah 

95-006163 
Utah:  Bear  Lake 

95-008359 
Utah:  Prove  River 

95-008668 
Utah:  Virgin  River 

95-009613 
Venezuela 

95-007393 

95-GOB013 

95-008173 

95-009479 
Vermont 

95-009356 
Vietnam 

95-007093 
Virginia 

95-007071 

95-007543 

95-008319 

95-009141 
Virginia,  Southeastern 

95-009005 
Virginia!  Elizabeth  Rive 

95-008903 

95-009005 


Virginia:   Roanokth  Ellver 

95-00940B 

Virginia:  York  lUvur  hslua 
95-008261 
95-000372 
95-008373 
Wales 

95-008858 
Wales:   River  Dec 

95-009109 
Washington 
95-007708 
95-008427 
95-008707 
95-009006 
95-009045 
95-009202 
95-009584 

Washington,    Coa jil.nl 
95-008119 
95-008333 
95-009270 
Washington;   Grays   Elarluir 

95-008183 
Washington;   Hainan   t.iikr 

95-009291 

Washington:  Pugot  Siinn.1 
95-007169 
95-008488 
95-OOS729 
95-008868 
95-000993 
Washington:  SkngU  Hlv<-i- 

95-009107 

Washington:   Snake   IUvni1 
95-007164 
95-007912 
95-009321 
West  Virginia 
95-007543 
95-009026 
95-009090 
West  Virginia:  Mu;uKiw  Itivi-i 

95-008327 
Wast  Virginia:   MUldlt-    lalm 

95-008344 
Wisconsin 
95-008137 
95-000839 
Wisconsin;    Pool   (I 

95-009316 
Wisconsin;   Wisconsin   »lvt*r 

95-008094 
Wyoming 

95-007902 
95-008115 
95-008166 
95-008294 
95-009205 
Wyoming;  Wind  River 

95-009100 
Wyoming:    Yellowstone-   Nail.    I 

95-009036 
Yellow  Sea  and  Aren 

95-007951 

Zimbabwe:    Lake  Karllm 
95-009311 


294 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


Ailnluistratjve   Reports 
Atl.    States   Mar.    Kisli. 
Co'iii,  JAium.    Rep. 


Inter-  Am.    Trop.    Tviim   Comni. 
95-OOS6S2 
Aquatic   PI  Hilts 


S5-C0707S 

95-B07252 


Algal  Blooms 

95-007073 
Coiitrol/Algao 

95-00707J 
Controiynio  Logical 

95-00723*1 
Con  Lroiy  Welter  Levels 

95-007072 
Dlatcns 

95-OOB952 
Flow  Reglmus 

95-007072 

CtJIETill 

45-ODB16B 
Polantogcttin 


licila 


1'oxJc  Algae 
9IJ-007166 


95-008952 


95-0075:11 
Activity   Pat  herns 


Sys  Lorn 


-35-008016 
SS-OOG033 


Q5-008172 

Acst  IvaLlnn 

<35-  00  7726 


Q5-Q07B30 
95-OOB003 


lal  lonshlps 


Q5-OOB01S 
95-OM017 
95-ODH01B 
95-ODB037 
95-UDH04D 
95-0000^6 
95-008050 
Aggrnssivf!  Jlchavior 


95-007450 
95-007546 


95-ODB7HO 
goiilsLic  l 
95-007402 

95-oaaooo 

95-003003 
95-008007 
95-008031 
95-008053 
95-OO  9054 
9  5-  CO  8  123 


llcliavlor 


, ..CONTINUED... 
Hotiaviof 

Air   Breathing 

95-007726 

95-OOBOOfi 

9.'i-009020 
Air  Gulping 

95-007988 
Alarm   Reaction 

95-00(3027 

0!)- 00802  9 
Auditory  Sense 

95-009120 
Hioenergetics 

95-008192 
Eluoynncy  Control 

95-008176 
Cannibalism 

95-008192 
Cticmo  reception 

95-007fi35 

95-008011 

95-OOHQ27 
Cleaning  Behavior 

95-00803A 

95-0080*9 
Coloration 

95-007505 

95-007698 

95-008007 

95-008014 

95-008037 

95-008053 

93-008054 

95-008236 
Commensal ism 

95-007969 
Competition 

95-007988 

95-OOBOlfl 

95-008022 

95-008031 

95-008051 

95-006060 
Courtship 

95-007403 

95-007(,03 

95-007505 

95-007635 

95-008015 

95-008021 

95-OOS035 

95-008053 

95-006059 

93-008132 

95-008147 
Crypsis 

93-007698 
Defensive  Behavior 

95-007540 
Dictionaries 

95-008005 
Dominance 

95-007724 

95-008040 

95-008138 

95-008780 
Early  Development 

95-007894 

93-008018 

95-008041 

95-008071 

93-008081 


J'tt  40(4) 


295 


1995 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


.  .  .CONTINUED.  .  . 
Behavior 

Egg  -['reflation 

95-008055 

95-008059 

55-008192 
Egg  Trading 

95-008046 
Electric  Behavior 

95-007615 
ElecLroreceptlon 

95-007511 
Escape  Behavior 

95-009017 

95-GOBQ25 
Evolution 

95-008015 

95-009061 
Foods/Feeding 

95-007396 

95-00798S 

95-008010 

95-008019 

95-008037 

95-008039 

95-CO&040 

95-D08181 

95-008192 

95-QO&211 

95-008215 

95-QO&221 

95-008233 

95-006236 

95-009080 
Frigiit  Behavior 

95-008020 

93-008036 
General 

95-008005 

95-008045 
Habitat  Selection 

95-003032 

95-008033 

95-  0080  3.6 

95-DOB038 

95-008047 


93-008202 

95-008236 

95-008831 

91-0090HO 
Hatchery  /Wild  PopuUt.ions 

95-0081&1 
Heraiaphrodllism 

95-008046 
Inflation 

95-007540 
Interspccies  Relationships 

95-008011 

95-008027 

95-008031 

95-008034 

95-008051 

95-008055 

95-  008137 

95-008221 
Intraapcclca  Eelntlonahipg 

95-008012 

95-008031 

95-008037 

95-OOB053 

95-OOB054 

95-008063 


. ..CONTINUED... 
Behavior 

Intraspecies  Relationships 

95-008i25 

95-008192 
Leaping  Uclmvior 

95-000076 
Learning 

95-007307 

95-007030 

95-007854 

95-008019 

95-008043 

95-008044 

95-008181 
Mate  Selection 

95-OOB002 

95-008003 

95-008006 

95-008009 

95-008014 

95-008015 

95-008024 

95-008028 

95-008037 

95-008050 

95-OOB052 

95-008059 

95-008060 

95-008130 

95-008154 
Modeling 

95-008058 
Monogamy 

95-008024 
Movement a 

95-008024 

95-008058 
Nests/Nesting 

95-007395 

95-007403 

95-007635 

95-008028 

95-008032 

95-008046 

95-008053 

95-008056 

95-008059 

95-008060 

95-008086 

95-008123 

93-008127 

95-008137 

95-006147 
Niche  Overlaps 

95-OOB022 

95-008051 
Olfaction 

95-007511 

95-007635 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008780 
Parasitic  Behavior 

95-007635 
Parental  Behavior 

95-007393 

95-007403 

95-008004 

95-008042 

95-008052 

95-008053 

95-008056 

95-008059 


FR 


296 


SUBJECT  INDEX 


.  ..CONTINUED..  . 
Behavior 

Pa  ten  Lai    Behavior 

95-008060 

95-008061 

95-008062 

95-0080S& 

95-coaioi 

95-000154 
Pheroooncs 

95-007511 

95-008221 
Pollution  Avoidance 

95-DOSQ2& 

95-0&BQ57 

95-008831 
Predator/Prey  Relationships 

35-007775 

95-noaoio 

95-008011 
95-008012 
95-008017 
95-OOBQ1B 
95-009021 
95-000025 
95-008027 
95-008030 
95-OOB041 


95-GOB202 

93-OOB227 

95-QQB250 

95-OQB2!)! 
Reproduction 

55-007481 

9-.5-008015 

95-008047 

95-000048 

95-008059 

05-OOHQ60 

95-OOB061 

95-OOBDC9 

95-008132 

95-006147 
Schooling  Ueliavior 

05-007983 


95-ooaoia 


9S-OOHO/I2 


G  nan  organa 
9ri-D(l7511 


S&H  Keveraal 

95-OOB021 
Shoaling   lieliavlor 

95-003012 

95-001)030 

Social    Behavior 
55-007947 
95-00  B047 


95-OD8G7B 
Sonic  Stimuli 

95-OOU029 

95-008035 
Sound  Production 

95-008035 
Spawning 

•95-007724 

95-007905 


...CONTINUED, . . 
Behavior 
Spawning 
95 -0079',  7 
95-008021 
95-008046 
95-008050 
95-008055 
95-OOS062 
95-008086 
93-008147 
Species  Recognition 

05-008034 
Starvation 
95-008039 
Stress 

95-007830 

Swiirniing  Performance 
95-007894 
95-OOQ020 
95-008023 
95-OOB039 
95-008076 
Symbiosis 
95-0080'i9 
Techniques /Computer  Applications 

95-008058 
Temperature  Selection 

95-008013 
Terrestrial  Behavior 

95-008159 

Territorial  Behavior 

95-OOS022 

95-008031 

95-008040 

95-008052 

95-008053 

Variation  Studies 

95-008014 

95-008015 

95-008025 

95-008236 

Vision 

95-007698 

95-008027 

95-008043 

Bibliographies 

Salmon idae 

95-009582 

Cul tnre / P ropagation - - Co Idwa te r 

Age /Growth 

95-007147 

95-007157 

95-007163 

95-007175 

95-007183 

95-007356 

95-009267 

Ago/Sex  Relationships 

95-007139 
Aranonia 

95-007191 
Anesthetics 

95-007776 
Appetite  Stimulants 

95-007335 
Aquariuras 
95-007413 
Aquatic  Plant  Control 

95-007166 
Aquatic  Plants 

95-007166 
Bird  Predation 
95-007178 


FR 


297 


1995 


SUIIJKCT    INDEX 


...CONTINUED.  .  - 

Cul  turt'./  Propagation-  -Ccldwate  i 
[Ji.-acliishuat.er  Cul  t.uro 

95-007106 
Brood    Stock 

95-007141 

95-0071511 

05-007156 

95-007164 

95-007167 

95-00716B 

95-007902 

95-008529 

95-OOB546 

95-QOS636 

95-009077 

95-009161 

95-00-5202 

95-009609 
Cage   Culture 

95-007126 

95-Q07M6 

95-007158 

95-007165 

95-007166 

95-007170 

95-007318 

95-007329 


Carcass  Traits 

95-0071'.'. 

95-007160 

95-007184 

95-007336 

95-007475 

95-007414 

95-009558 
Carnitine 

95-007356 
Condition  Factors 

95-007148 

95-007173 

95-007175 

95-007614 
Diets 

95-007146 

95-007172 

93-007173 

95-007179 

95-007183 

95-007311 

95-007315 

95-007310 

95-007336 

95-007343 

95-007345 

95-007350 

95-007354 

95-007356 

95-007359 

95-0073-69 

95-007371 

95-007372 

95-007593 

95-007647 

95-007701 

95-007702 

95-008458 

95-008693 
Disinfection 

95-0071*4 

95-0085*7 

95-008629 


...CONTINUKD. . . 

CiilturG/[>ro]>agat,loii-- 
Drugs 

95-0072(15 
Economics 
95-007162 
95-007174 

95-007102 
Egg  Hariteiiinu 

95-00850', 
Egg  Production 

95-007179 

95-008629 
Egg  Quality 

95-007179 

95-OOB129 
Egg  Survival 

95-0071HO 

95-008504 
Endangereii/ThriMUii 

95-007156 

95-007164 

95-007913 

95-009609 
Environmental    linimr 

95-007126 

95-007141 

95-007174 

95-007285 
Feeders 

95-007310 
Feeding  Expc r i mini t  •• 

95-007183 

95-007335 

95-007336 

95-007345 

95-007350 

95-007356 

95-007359 

95-007371 

95-007372 
Feeds 

95-007158 

95-007311 
95-007335 
95-007336 
95-00735', 
95-008458 
Filtration  Sys1.cni« 

95-007413 
Fingecling  ProducUi 

95-008503 

Fish  Hatchoi-y  HJfliu 
95-007109 
95-007126 
95-007130 
95-007145 
95-007  U9 
95-007151 
95-007158 
95-007159 
95-007165 
95-007169 
95-007171 
95-007343 
95-007434 
95-008855 
95-008856 
95-009105 
95-009506 
Fish  Kills 
95-007166 
Food  Conversion 
95-007140 


FR  40(4) 


298 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


. .  .CONTINUED.  ,  . 

Ctiltiiro  /Propagation-  -Coldwa  Lei- 
Food  Conversion  Efficiency 

Q5-OQ715B 

95-007175 

95-007372 
fry  Production 

95-007179 

95-0073.13. 

95-007369 
General 

95-0090 /a 
Gei30lic  Strains 

95-007167 

95 -CO  7 164 

95-007186 

95-00 795t 
Genetics 

95-00714 L 

95-00 7 14 7 

95-007150 

95-00716B 

95-007177 

95-007186 

95-007912 

95-0079.'iO 
Hatchery  Design 

95-007150 

95-007173 

95-007185 

95-007189 
Hatchery./ Hi  td  Populations 

95-007163 

95-007181 

95-007285 

95-OOfl507 

95-009558 

95-00959-1 
Hatching 

95-007170 
History 

95-007002 

95-009594 
Holding  Facilities 

95-0071B1 
Hooking/Handling  Stress 

95-007109 

95-003446 
Inbreeding 

95-007141 
Incubators 

95-007100 
Invertebrate  Forage 

95-007161 

95-007359 
Larvae 

95-0071/.6 

95-007170 

95-007183 

95-007350 

95-007359 

95-007369 
Laws /Law  Enforcement 

95-007149 
Light 

95-007146 
Lights 

95-007153 
Marketing 

95-007182 
Modeling 

95-009267 
Mortality  Factors 

95-007166 


...CONTINUED.  .. 

Culture /Propagation- -Coldwa t«r 
Mortality  Factors 

95-008446 

95-008458 

95-008591 
Mortality  Rntes 

95-007170 

95-007183 
Net-Pen  Culture 

95-007142 

95-007169 

95-007187 

95-007285 

95-007434 

95-000757 

95-008707 

95-009105 
Nutrients 

95-007158 

95-007165 
Overwintering 

95-007172 
Oxygenatlon 

95-007175 

95-007191 

95-008508 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-007138 

95-00716'. 

95-007179 

95-007180 

95-007181 

95-007187 

95-007188 

95-007285 

95-007329 

95-007413 

95-008446 

95-008458 

95-008485 

95-008498 

95-008501 

95-008503 

95-008504 

95-008507 

95-008508 

95-008529 

95-008543 

95-008546 

95-008559 

9S-OOB567 

95-008575 

95-008591 

95-008629 

95-008634 

95-008636 

95-008658 

95-008703 

95-008717 

95-008725 

95-008738 

95-008739 

95-008740 

95-008753 

95-008757 

95-008767 

95-008787 

95-008788 

95-008801 

95-008815 

95-008828 

95-008893 


FR  40(4) 


299 


1995 


SUBJECT    INDEX 


.  ..CONTINUED.  .  . 
Cultiire/Propagatlori--Col£lw8tGr 

Parasites  /Diseases 

95-0089  && 

91-009609 
Parr-SraoU  Transformation 

95-007139 

95-007153 

95-007190 
Phosphorus 

95-007109 

95-007158 

95-007165 

95-007171 

95-007343 
Plgmenters 

95-007160 
pom!  Culture 

95-007161 

95-OOH740 

95-000757 
Predator  Control 

95-007170 
Production 

95-0071(12 

95-D0714G 

95-007150 

95-00715'. 

95-Q0731R 

95-00735(1 

95-007369 

95-007593 
Proteins 

55-007336 
RaceHfly  Culture 

05-007155 

Q5-00717H 

05-007189 

95-000498 
RenriiiE  Usually 

95-007142 

95-00-7152 

95-1)0.7175 


95-008893 


Systems 


95-007151 

95-008801 
Selective  iU-QGtlln 

95-0071*1 

95-0071'.? 

95-00716.4 
SUc  Suitability 

95-007120 

9S-OD9!i06 
Social  Valnca 

95-00737'! 


95  -  007  U  3 
•)5-007170 
93-007152 
95-  00705  3 
SLrcBB 


Survival 

9S-007152 
95-007155 
M-007168 
95-007359 
93-OOa&5H 
Tank  Culturo 
95-007137 


.  ..CONTINUED.., 

Culture/PropaBation--Coldvai«[ 
TechniquGH/Wnter  Quality 

95-007434 
Temperature 

95-007170 
Transportation 

95-007181 

05-007182 
Treatment 

95-007188 

Vitamins 

95-007345 
95-007371 
Water  Quality 
05-007159 
95-007413 
95-00743'. 

Culture  /Propagation-  -General 
Aeration 
95-007128 
95-007W. 
Age  /Growth 

95-007100 
Aquariums 

95-OQ709& 

95-007101 

05-007128 

95-007135 

95-007390 

95-007397 

05-007308 

95-007390 

95-007443 

05-008447 

95-006470 

95-008552 

05-009146 

05-009608 
Baitfish 

95-009038 


95-007105 
DioEiltcatlon 

05-007433 

05-007'.  '.3 
Iliomass 

95-007120 

05-007423 
Bird  Preilntlon 

95-007112 
Brood   Stock 

05-009200 
Carcass  Traits 

95-007079 

95-007106 

05-007108 

95-007373 

93-009546 
Computer  Applications 

95-007000 

95-007097 

05-007113 

95-007130 

95-007317 

05-007390 

95-0074/.2 

95-009573 
Condition  Factors 

95-007124 

95-007418 
Data  Bases 

95-007090 


FR  40(4) 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


..  -CONTINUED.,  . 
Cult  lire/  Propagation-  -General 
Data   nases 

93-007097 

95-007105 

95-Q073H4 
DLcta 

95-007100 

95-007116 

95-00712', 

95-007309 

95-007110 

95-0073,17 

95-007321 

95-007339 

95-007344 

95-007300 

95-007367 

95-007373 

95-007376 

95-QOB43Q 

95-OQ9277 
Disease  Control 

95-OQ7128 
Disease-Free  Culture 

95-007129 
Disinfection 

95-007107 

95-007i:il 

95-007137 

95-0071^26 
Drug  Clc.tranr.e 

95-007077 
Urugs 


95-007137 
95-007324 
Kconomlc   Value 
95-OG7114 


Economics 
9.-J-GQ7075 
95-OO7O7H 
95-OO70B3 
Q5-GO7089 


9S-CO7110 
95-OO7H'i 
95-007122 
05-OOV1.35 
•J5-OOG46') 


tie  at  Ion 


Q5-007101 
3.1-U07103. 
95-007L35 


95-0(^608 


95-OO70B6 
tgg  Survival 

95-OD7QH6 
Einlnngcrtid/nircatcned  Species 

95-00791'! 

95-00950H 
EnvlrnnjnenLnl  Impacts 

95-00709'. 

95-007095 

95-007116 

95-007121 

95-00903(1 


. . .CONTINUED. , . 
Culture /Propagation- -General 
Extension  Services 
95-007103 
95-007105 
Feeders 
95-007113 
95-007307 
95-007308 
95-007309 
95-007317 
95-007327 
95-007367 

Feeding  Experiments 
95-007339 
95-000254 
Feeds 
95-007074 
95-007116 
95-007133 
95-007137 
95-007310 
95-007321 
95-007324 
95-007373 
95-007376 
Fertilization/Soil  and  Water 

95-007419 
Filtration  Systems 
95-007128 
95-007443 
Fish  Counters 
95-007115 
95-007130 
95-009573 
Fish  Grading 

95-007441 

Fish  Hatchery  Effluents 
95-007074 
95-0070B5 
95-007094 
95-007095 
95-007102 
95-007107 
95-007133 
95-007137 
95-007419 
95-007425 
95-009039 
95-009447 
Fish  Silage 

95-009557 
Forage  Production 

95-007366 
Gas  Removal 

95-007444 
General 

95-007075 
Genetics 
95-007113 
93-007914 
95-007950 
95-009200 
Geothermal  Water 

95-0070S1 
GIS 

95-007417 
95-009566 
Handling  Methods 

95-007128 
Hatchery  Design 
95-007085 
95-007128 


FR 


301 


1995 


SIJFU.ECT    INDEX 


...CONTINUED.-  . 
Culture/Propugiit  Ion-  -General. 
[[alchery  Design 

95-OQ9U6 

Hatchery  /Wild  Populations 

95-009200 
I!  is  Lory 

95-007135 
Holding  FaciUtlns 

95-007120 

95-009035 
Induced  natural.  Ion 

95-007695 

95-007773 
Laboratory  Spawning 

95-007136 

95-0074  3  6 
Larvae 

95-007101! 

95-007113 

95-007116 

95-007-310 

95-007339 

95-(IQ7'660 

95-OC1R092 

95-OOU254 
Larval  Growth 

95-007116 
Laws/Law   Eiifwrcenieiil- 

95-007079 

95-OD7fl91 

95-007093 

95-007106 

95-009025 
Lining 

95-007084 
Marketing 

95-007070 

95-007099 

95-007110 

95-007132 

95*007125 

95-009025 

95-009015 

95-009547 

95*0095!  >6 
Medication   Jfl   Diets 

95-007121 
ModoHilj> 

95-0070B'j 

95-007095 

95-007'.  1  1 

95-007441 

95-0092'.  '/ 

9  5-1100  2  7  '/ 

9r>-(1(192Hl 
H(H-tnlll.y  Faciors 
'   J5-OOH862 
NoL-E'en  rultiiro 

95-009035 


95-1)07  'i3.1 

Ornoincntal    Ifln1i  Trnclc 
93-007124 
QD-OOII't'.? 
95-00»'(70 
95-008552 


. . -CONTINUED. . . 
Cu  lUire /Propagation- -(lone  r<i 
Patiisltas/Diaenses 

95-00712Q 

05-007129 

95-007131 

95-007132 

95-007344 

95-007380 

95-007828 

95-000427 

95-008430 

95-008438 

95-00(1439 

95 -00 844 7 

95-008457 

95-008464 

95-008470 

95-008481 

95-008495 

95-OOB512 

95-008533 

95-008539 

95-008552 

95-008566 

95-008615 

95-008719 

95-009552 

Personnel 

95-007096 

95-007101 

Perspectives 

95-007089 
95-007096 
pH 

95-007084 

Planning 

95-007075 

95-007078 

95-007083 

95-007087 

95-007110 

95-00711'. 

95-009035 

Pollution 

95-007074 

95-007133 

95-006934 

Pond  Culture 

95-00708'. 

95-007122 

95-007437 

Predator  Conl.ro! 

95-007112 
Production 

95-007075 

95-007080 

95-007001 

95-007083 

95-007099 

95-007113 

95-007114 

95-007117 

95-007122 

95-007123 

95-007317 

95-007327 

95-007367 

95-OOS047 

95-009247 

95-009201 
Public  Ilcaltli  I'roblciiii 

95-009555 


95-007087 


fit  40 ('0 


302 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


.,  .CONTINUED... 
Culture  /Propagation-  -General 
Reai-lng,  Density 

95-007117 
Reel  reflating  Systems 

95-007136 

95-0073.76 

95-007433 

95-007444 
Reproduction 

95-007100 
Sanitation 

95-007091 
Site   Suitability 

95-007094 

95-007127 
Social  Values 

35-0070&9 

95-  007101 

95-007118 
Soils 


Sportf  Islilng 

95-009200 
Stock  Assessment 

95-007113 

95-007115- 

95-007120 
Stratification 

95-OQ70S5 
Stress 

95-00730B 

95-009457 
Tank  Culture 

95-008(170 
Techniques  /Oxygen 


95-007444 

Technlques^TeraipQcature  Control 

95-OH712B 
TechnliiuesJWatet  Quality 


95-00709S 
95-007113 
95-007418 

95-007421 


95-007^.30 

95-t)D7*i37 

9Ti-C07*.3B 

Temper  a  til  re 

95-007081 

95-007092 

95-007309 

Water  Exchange  Rates 

95-0070BO 
Water  Quality 
95-007080 
95-007082 
95-007084 
95-007085 
95-0070B8 

95-007098 

95-007102 

95-007113 

95-007117 

•95-007127 

95-007132 

95-007327 

95-007422 

95-007424 

95-007425 


. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Culture /Propagation- -General 
Water  Quality 
95-007/.27 
95-007430 
95-007432 
95-007437 
95-009247 
Water  Quality/Dissolved   Gases 

95-007444 
Water   Supply 

95-007127 

Culture /Propagation- -Invertebrates 
Molluscs 

95-OOB789 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008709 

Culture /Propagation- -Marine 
Abnormalities 

95-007303 

Age /Growth 

95-007294 

95-007322 

95-007334 

95-007352 

Algae 

95-007134 
Anmonla 
95-007269 
95-007290 
95-008917 
Aquariums 
95-007272 
95-007290 
95-007299 
95-007302 
95-007386 
95-007391 
95-007392 
95-007406 
95-007409 
95-007599 
95-007791 
95-007846 
95-00807B 
95-008132 
95-008147 
95-008425 
95-008599 
95-008621 
95-008631 
95-009633 
95-008644 
95-008721 
95-008726 
95-008756 
95-009146 
Bacteria 
95-007263 
95-007274 

Brackifihwater  Culture 
95-007192 
95-007268 
95-007283 
95-007295 
95-007301 
95-008436 
95-009433 
Brood  Stock 
95-007273 
95-007287 
Cage  Culture 
95-007120 


FR  40(4) 


303 


1995 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


.  ,  .CONTINUED., . 

Culture /Propagation- -Ha  cine 

Cage   Culture 
95-007362 
95-007271 
95-007286 
95-007288 
95-007135 
95-007907 
Carcass  Traits 
95-007237 
95-007907 
Condition  Factors 
93-007464 
95-007*.  92 
Diets 
95-007260 
95-007277 
95-007278 
•95-007292 
35-007302 

95-007313 

95-007320 

95-007329 

95-007330 

95-007340 

95-007341 

95-007342 

95-007346 

95-007348 

95-007352 

95-007357 

95-007362 

95-007375 

95-00758'! 

95-007587 

95-0076611 

95-007791 

95-007946 

95-008190 
Economic   Value 

95-007280 
Economics 

95-007268 

95-007275 

95-0072SO 

95-007337 
Education 

95-009146 
Egg  Production 

95-OD7266 

95-007348 
Egg  Quality 

95-007277 
Egg  Survival 

95-008452 
Environmental   Impacts 

95-007276 

95-0072B'i 

95-007296 

95-00911Q 
Fecundity 

95-007334 
Feeders 

95-007282 

95 -€07316 

95-007323 

95-007337 
Feeding  Experiments 

95-007270 

95-007313 

95-007322 

95-007334 


. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Culture/ PropftgaMflii- -Hart tii* 
Feeding   Experiment.?! 

95-007337 

95-007342 

95-007340 

95-007.3  52 

95-007362 

95-007664 

95-007857 
Feeds 

95-007263 

95-007292 

05-007316 

95-007323 
Feminization 

95-00729't 
Fertilization 

95-007300 
Filtration   Sy-iLiMtm 

95-007263 
FlngcrLlng   Proiliirl  Ion 

95-0072fi7 

95-007304 

95-009188 
Fish  Counters 

95  -  00  7i, 1 9 
Fish   Hatchery   El  fluonii 

95-007265 

95-OOUH33 

95-009118 

95-009120 

95-009402 
Food   Conversion    Kl  I  )<v  IrMt-r. 

95-007270 

95-007313 
Fry  Product  lini 

95-007261 

95 -007264 

95-007300 

95-007464 
Hatchery  l)enlnu 

95-007275 
Hatcliery/Wllcl  I'mmlJti  li.-n  » 

95-007264 

95-007277 
Hooking/ llnml  1 1  UK  f'1  n-i* 

95-007599 
Induced  Mat.ui'al  Inn 

95-007272 

95-007273 

95-0072(17 

95-007291 

95-007305 
I  liver  I. ol)  rale  roiiiH1' 

95-007271 

95-007332 

95-007338 
Laboratory  S|Hiwnlnn 

95-007273 

95-0072H7 

95-000062 

95-008081 

95-008132 

95-OOHK.7 
Larvae 

95-007271 

95-007274 

95-007279 

95-007292 

95-007320 

95-007330 

95-007338 


FR 


304 


SUBJECT  INDEX 


Cult-ureJP'i-Qpagaliori-  -Marine 
Larvae 


5-5-007357 
95-G07<.29 
95-C07*i56 


...CONTINUED..  . 
Culture  /Propagation-  -Marine 
Paras  it.es  /Diseases 

95-008d52 

95-OQ8'.53 


J5-Q0746S 

95-007492 

95-007496 

95-007650 

95-007661 

95-ODB081 

95-QOBL32 

95-008H7 

95-008190 

95-008441 

95-008452 

95-008511 
Laws/Law  Enforcement 

95-00  7297 
Light 

95-007650 

95-OQ7fi61 

95-003036 
Harketimg 

95-007368 

95-007275 

95-007280 

95-007378 
Maturation 

95-00733'i 
Medication  In  Diets 

95-OOB511 

95-OOB514 
Host  el  ing 

95-007293 

95-007296 
HortaHly  Factors 

95-007291 

95-0081'if.l 

95-008522 
Mortality  Rates 

95-007192 
Net-Pen  Culture 

95-007137 

95-007231 

95-007285 

95-008730 

95-OOQ829 

95-009118 

95-009128 

95-009*<33 

95-009516 
NL  trite 

95-007301 

95-007406 
Qmtuncntal  Fish  Trade 

55-007272 

J5-  00^09 
Oxygon 

95-007267 

95-0072B6 
Parasites/Diseases 


95-007167 
95-007302 
95-OQ73D3 


55-  00842  ^ 
95-008425 
95-003*1^1 


95-008466 
95-008311 
95-00851'. 
95-008322 
95-QOB573 
95-009599 
95-000612 
95-008613 
95-008621 
95-008631 
95-008633 
95-0006*14 
95-000664 
95-008683 
95-008721 
95-000726 
95-008730 
95-008746 
95-008756 
93-008769 
95-008772 
95-008783 
95-008829 

Planning 
95-007104 
95-007275 
95-007284 
95-007289 
95-007293 
95-007296 
95-009516 

Polyculture 
95-007283 
95-007301 

Pond  Culture 
95-007265 
95-007268 
95-007301 
95-007305 
95-007316 

Product  ion 
95-007260 
95-007262 
95-007265 
95-007268 
95-007270 
95-007271 
95-007274 
95-007275 
95-007283 
95-007268 
95-007295 
95-007301 
95-007320 
95-007338 
95-007342 
95-007346 
95-007357 
95-007375 
95-007488 
93-007494 
95-007650 
95-007661 
95-007907 

Proteins 
95-007313 
95-007664 


FR  40(4) 


305 


1995 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


. . .CONTINUED.  .  . 
Cul  t Lire/ Prop.ieat  ion- -Marine 
Renrlhj>    Oonslty 

95-007270 

95-007233 

95-007255 
Recirculating  Systems 

95-007363 

95-007267 

95-007279 

95-007232 
Salinity 

95-007304 
Selective  ilrp.ciling 

95-007060 
Sen  Reversal 

95-007294 
Site  Suitability 

95-007104 

95-007234 

95-007239 

95-007293 
Spawning  Techniques 

95-0073-00 

95-0075.91 
SLock  Assessment 

95-007266 

95-007429 
Stress 

95-0073.46 
Survival 

95-007274 

95-007279 

95-007295 

95-0073-04 

95-007377 
Tank  Culture 

95-007261 

95-007282 

95-007288 

95-007299 

95-007338 

95-007791 

95-007857 

95-008036 
Techniques/Light. 

95-007298 
Techniques  /Water  Quality 

95-007298 
Temperature 

95-007261 

95-007375 

95-006746 
Transportation 

95-007299 

95-007377 

95-007378 
Vitamins 

95-007313 

95-C07322 

95-007346 

95-007362 
Water  Exchange  Rales 

95-007286 
Water  Quality 

95-007263 

95-007265 

95-007267 

95-007269 

95-007282 

95-007286 

95-007290 

95-007298 


...CONTINUED. . , 
Culture/ Propagation-- Mm  Inn 
Water  quality 
95-007299 
95-00730', 
95-007-106 
95-008B33 
Zeolite 

95-007290 

Culture/ Propag.ii t-Lon~  -l/fin  ,-~.il 
Abnormalities 

95-009119 
Aeration 

95-007/.20 

Age/Growtli 

95-007217 

95-007227 

95-007319 

95-007331 

95-007353 

95-007364 

95-007594 
Age/Sex   Kolat  ImiHli  \  \i-i 

95-007217 
Agriculture- i'Lsh  <'*i  1 1  in  is 

95-007206 

95-007216 

95-007235 
Algae 

95-007073 
Ami no  Acids 

95-007353 
Ammonia 

95-007201 

95-008990 
Aquariums 

95-007204 

95-007210 

95-007^51 

95-007254 

95-007257 

95-007379 

95-007381 

95-007385 

95-007387 

95-0073HO 

95-007395 

95-007396 

95-007400 

95-007401 

95-007/102 

95-007403 

95-007'.05 

95-007^07 

95-007408 

95-007415 

93-007'il6 

95-007506 

95-007513 

95-007536 

95-007739 

95-007759 

9S-0079IJB 

95-008304 

95-0084:12 

95-008/i33 

95-008/151 

95-008/i69 

95-008475 

95-008478 

95-006600 

95-008621 

95-008525 


FR  40(4) 


306 


SUBJECT   INDKX 


...CONTINUED,.  . 

CulLtLire/  Propagation-  -Warnwaler 
Atjuariwus 

95-OOSfiB9 

95-00872'* 

95-008812 

95-000001 
Bird  Pi-Qilatltm 

95-007112 

95-007241 

95-007253 

95-OOB1B4 
Bracklslii.vii.'CL-  Culture 

95-007192 

95-007220 

95-007225 
Brood  Stock 

95-007208 

95-007249 

95-007259 

95-00733  :> 

95-OM3H1 
Crtj*n  Clult.ure 

95.-  00720!) 

95-007208 

95-0072:11 

95-007165 

95.-Q07'.31 
Cannibalism 

95-00722R 
Carrass  Trnl  I.  a 

95-0072211 

95-007306 

95-00731'. 

95-00  7319 

95-OO7706 
CoLornl  Itin 

95-007^^7 
Condi  t  LIIII  1'actorH 

95-007227 

95-007312 

95-007C24 


Control/Al.gi"'- 
95-007073 

Oints 
95-007197 
95-  OU  7  20  1 


95-  nn  7  2.1  6 
95-1)07259 
95-1107306 


95-007:119 
Or>-  1)0732.') 
y  5  -00  7-1  26 
9.5-00712H 

95-1)07^:)  L 
95-OQ7:t33 
95-007349 


95-007161 
Q5-007.1G3 
95-007361 


95-007370 
95-00737;! 
95-007594 
95-007658 
95-007361 


.  ,  .CONTINUED... 

Cul  Lute/  Propagation-  -Wannwatei- 
Diets 

95-()OB6'.7 
Duck   Farniiiig 

95-007218 
Economics 

95-007119 

95-007216 

95-OD721B 

95-00722^ 

95-007230 


95-008550 


95-0072',! 
95-007253 
95-007259 
95-009134 
EBB  Production 

95-0072d7 

95-007259 
Egg  Quality 

95-007208 

95-007249 

95-007331 
Eggs 

95-009611 
Endangered  Populations 

95-009001 
Endangered/Threatened  Species 

95-009599 

95-009606 

95-009611 
Exotic  Species 

95-007199 
Feeding  Experiments 

95-007197 

95-007207 

95-007222 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007328 

95-007331 

95-007333 

95-007358 

95-007360 

95-007361 

95-007364 

95-007365 

95-007370 

95-007658 
Feeds 

95-007216 

95-007314 

95-007319 

95-007351 

95-007355 

95-007358 

95-007360 

95-007365 

95-008442 
Fertilization/Soil  and  Water 

95-007194 

95-007196 

95-007198 

95-007203 

95-007223 

95-007232 

95-007233 

95-007347 

95-008804 

95-009235 
Filtration  Systems 

95-007201 


FR   40(4) 


307 


1995 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


.  ..CONTINUED.  .. 

Culture/PropaEiii.lon--Warmwater 
FiiiKcrllug  I'roducLion 

95-007221 

95-007240 

95-007355 

95-008755 

95-00913'! 

95-009606 
Fisli   Control/Removal 

95-009150 
Fish  Hatcliery  Effluents 

95-007202 

95-007215 

95-007343 
Fish   Kills 

95-007233 

95-007229 
Fish   Silage 

95-007326 
Food   Conversion  Efficiency 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007361 

95-007658 
Forage  Collection 

95-007431 
Forage  Production 

95-007252 
Fry  Production 

95-007193 

95-007208 

95-007212 

95-007256 

95-007257 

95-007355 

95-007401 

95-008262 
Genetic  Strains 

95-007214 

95-007251 

95-008392 
CIS 

95-007195 
Handling  Methods 

95-007385 
Harvesting  Techniques 

95-007245 
Hat  cilery  Design 

95-007215 

95-007221 

95-007254 
Hatchery /Wild  Populations 

95-007220 

95-007706 

95-008088 

95-008275 

95-008392 
Hatching 

95-0072'i6 

95-009611 
Hoc king /Hand ling  Stress 

95-ODB375 
Elyo  rid  Flah 

95-007220 
Hybridization 

95-007258 
Induced  Maturation 

95-007210 

93-007221 

95-007258 
Invertebrate  Forage 

93-007312 


...CONTINUED.  .  . 

Cul  lure  /Pnop<-igal.kin--W;in;w,)tcr 
Laboratory  Spawn Ing 

95-007239 

95-007257 

95-007379 

95-0073B7 

95-007395 

95-007400 

95-007401 

95-007402 

95-007403 

95-007'-.  05 

95-007413 

95-007513 

95-007518 

95-OQ8H95 

95-009599 

95-009611 
Larvao 

95- 00 V 19 2 

95-007197 

95-007221 

95-007222 

95-007228 

95-007234 

95-007257 

95-007312 

95-007363 

95-007513 

95-007739 

95-000232 

95-00830S 
Larval  Growth 

95-009611 
Length- Weifjlil  lttsl.it  imiililp* 

95-007197 

95-007255 

l.lglltH 

95-007'.31 
Liming 

95-007252 
LIvestoek-Flsli  CtilUiH! 

95-007233 
Marketing 

95-007119 

95-007230 
Maturation 

95-00733.1 
MRdicatidtt  In  IHm.fi 

95-00852/1 
Modeling 

95-00722fi 

93-00913') 
fEolluac  Control 

95-007209 

95-008256 
Kunos ex  Culture 

95-0(17211 

95-007237 
Korlallty  Far. turn 

95-007223 

95-007225 

95-007229 

95-007253 

95-00773H 

95-007759 

95-00816', 

95-008723 

93-006755 
Mortality  Hates 

95-007192 

95-007211 


FR  40(4) 


308 


If) 


SUBJECT  INDEX 


...CONTINUED.  .  . 

Cu  I  Lure 1  Propagation- -Warmwatef 
Wet-Pen   Culture 

95-009606 
Si  trite 

95-007201 

95-008665 

95-008990 

95-OOB999 
Nitrogen 

95-007<m 

95-007202 
Nutrient.  Control 

95-007201 
riuirienl.s 

95-007073 

95-007198 
Ornamental   fish  Trade 

95-007201 

95-007209 

95-OQ7210 

35-007212 

95-007214 

95-007388 

95-Q0740B 

95-007416 

95-007506 

95- 0076  fi  ft 

95-OOB5B5 
Oxygen 

95-007229 

95-007235 

95-007420 
Parasites /111  senses 

95-OO7111 

95-OO7209 

95-007222 

95-007234 

95-007250 

95-007666 

95-007804 


95-00(1433 
95-OQfl442 
95-OOH443 


95-OOB'i75 
95-008'i78 

95-003/1)32 


95-OOH573 
95-OOB50Q 
95-0085(13 
95-OOS5H5 
95-008600 
M-OOB607 
95-OOB620 
95-OOS&21 
95-onJ1623 
95-003625 
95-OOB63G 


95-008640 


95-008655 
95-008659 
95-0(18662 
H-QOB671 


. ..CONTINUED... 

Culturcyi1i'opngnLion--Wartmjater 
Pnrasites/Diseaaca 
95-008711 
95-OOS712 
95-000723 
95-00872', 
95-008755 
95-008763 
95-008773 
95-008804 
95-008812 
95-008816 
95-008904 
PigmenLers 
95-007844 
Planning 
95-007119 
95-007230 
Pollution 
95-007194 
95-007223 
95-007243 
95-008846 
Polyculture 
95-007199 
95-007213 
95-007218 
95-007224 
93-007233 
95-007364 
95-008256 
Polyploidy 
95-007211 
95-007248 
Pond  Culture 
95-007194 
95-007195 
95-007196 
95-007203 
95-007205 
95-007209 
95-007212 
95-007218 
95-007219 
95-007226 
95-007231 
95-007232 
95-007236 
95-007240 
95-007242 
95-007243 
95-007245 
95-007252 
95-007254 
95-007256 
95-007347 
95-007420 
95-007624 
95-000443 
95-008583 
95-008646 
95-008871 
95-009150 
Predator  Control 
95-007112 
95-007241 
93-007253 
95-007254 
95-008184 
Production 
95-007195 
95-007196 


FR  40(4) 


30? 


1995 


SUUJECT   INDEX 


...CONTINUED.. . 

Cul ture/Propagat lnn--Vannwatcf 
Prod uc Li  on 

95-007203 

95-007205 

95-007206 

95-007307 

95-D073U 

95-007216 

95-007217 

95-007219 

95-007224 

95-0072Z5 

95-00722S 

95-007230 

95-007231 

95-007236 

95-00723a 

95-007239 

95-007240 

95-007242 

95-007244 

95-007246 

95-007319 

95-00732S 

95-007333 

95-007349 

95-007360 

95-007365 

95-00736U 

95-009310 
Proteins 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007331 
Public   Health   Problems 

95-007194 
Rearing;   Density 

95-007204 

95-007206 

95-007213 

95-007228 

95-007260 

95-OQ79BB 
Recirculating  Systems 

95-007204 

95-007215 

95-007233 

95-007250 
Reconditioning 

95-007516 

95-007797 

95-007790 
Reproduction 

95-007210 

95-007331 
Rice-Flali  Culture 

95-007216 
Sedimantation 

95-007198 
Selective  Breeding 

95-0B7214 

95-007237 

95-007251 

95-007255 

95-007407 

95-007416 

95-007939 

95-007990 

95-006572 
Sewage  Effluents 

95-008604 

95-008972 


-..CONTINUED... 
Culture/Pro  paKiilli 
Sex  Reversal 
95-007193 
95-007237 
95-007939 
Site   Suitability 

95-007119 
Social  Values 

95-007199 
Spawning 

95-0073B7 

95-009011 
Spawning  Tanks 

95-00725K 
Spawning  TflcliuLni 

95-007211 

95-00723'. 

95-007250 

95-0074  ail 
Sperm 

95-007249 
Sperm  Prfiscrvnl  l- 

95-00720!) 

95-007't2tt 

95-007'i39 

95-007/.&0 
SiorilizaUun 

95-007217 

95-0072'.  fl 
StockinR/liit.nnlii 

95-009091 
Supplement  si  L   l-Vct 

95-007203 

95-007207 
Survival 

9.5-007203 

95-007227 

95-00722H 

95-007235 

95-007250 

95-007319 

95-007350 
Tank  Culture 

95-007193 

95-007205 

95-007213 

95-007251 
Taste  anil  Oilcn'   1'i 

95-007073 


95-OOBB!>r> 
Tempo  ralitfcj 

95-007326 

95-007229 

95-0073B5 

95-00755& 

95-00756B 

95-0084  2  B 
Treatmcnl  Hcjil 

95-0084  0-2 
Water  QnnlH.y 

95-007073 

95-00719H 

95-007201 

95-007206 

95-007215 

95-007223 

95-007229 

95-007235 

95-007236 

95-007239 

95-007243 


nt.;H  | 


FR  40  ('0 


310 


SUBJECT    INDEX 


.C<MT!KUi:D..  . 

luiref  Propngatlon- -Warn  !w(i  tier 

Vnter  Quality 

95-0&7245 

95-00-7250 

95-0072-12 

9S-0072S4 

95-007374 

95-0073&5 

95-007738 

9-5-OOS428 


95-QOB4M 
95-00&5'.5 
95-OQ&S04 
95-ai>&871 


Water   Supply 
93-007223 

-ZooplriiVht  on 
95-007347 


brcvlros  t.riirn 


95-01)9151 

Colorado 


C.yprl  null  on  dluboils 

35—0115399 
K6ninnn.Qred  I'opuUit  Ions 


K  I  IIP  cist  tiniti    fuuLlc 

fJ5-OMf.il 
KtlidOHl.orLm    rulifiiiti 


Glla 


9  ?  -11(196(1(1 

QncarliyntHmH    apa-clifi 
95-00'JlOit 

Q5-on«j:i2Ji 

9  Ti  -  U095-J  V 

gn-ouy59fl 
Octroi  hyiic}tii9  clnrkl  Hl.nnil 

q-i-OOOCfW 
P  I  =!p,ii|iLci  iia  nc^eiit.  lssinui.B 

fl.rs-0(l1)6i:> 
rtyctusclicl  IMS  iuclns 

•9r)-[H!<><>09 

95-009012 


viroiiHinntal    Fnctors 

AcUUf  Ical.loii 
95-00723,1 


..  .CONTINUED.  .  , 
Environmental   factors 
Acidification 
95-008875 
95-0089H9 
95-0093Q3 
Alkalinity 


95-OD7'i'i5 
05-007744 
Altitude 


Amnion  ia 

95-007840 
Aquatic  Plants 


95-009342 
Ca  lei  tun 

95-007244 
Chlorine 

95-GOB940 
Climate 
95-008352 
95-009439 
Currents 
95-007286 
95-008208 
95-003370 
95-009274 
95-009395 
95-009469 
Decomposition 

95-009235 
Depth 
95-007227 
95-008146 
95-008172 
95-009342 
95-009350 
95-009395 
95-009402 
95-009414 
95-009527 
DcwaterliiB 
95-008077 
Drought 
95-007924 
95-009430 
El  Nino 
95-008195 
95-009509 
Eutrophicatlon 
95-007234 
95-008197 
95-008264 
Floods 
95-008334 
95-008371 
95-009314 
95-009316 
95-009317 
95-009322 
95-009340 
95-009371 
Flow  Regimes 
95-008106 
95-006134 
95-006163 
95-008172 
95-009334 
95-009109 
95-009279 
95-009342 


FT!  <iO('.) 


1995 


SUBJECT   INDEX 


ZiiviroiiiiieritaL   Factors 
Flow   Regimes 
95-009:148 
95-OI>93riO 
95-009361 
95-009402 
93-009408 
Food   Supply 
95-007370 
95-007745 
95-007854 

95-ooaoio 

95-008039 


...  CONTINUED..  . 
Environmentiil  I'm-  1 
Light 
95-008036 


95-0(18190 

95-008191 

95-008205 

95-00  820H 

95-00  822B 

95-008240 

95-OD8241 

95-003245 

95-008247 

93-008255 

95-008201 

95-008301 

95-008366 

95-008368 

95-008371 

93-009060 

95-00-9469 
Freshwater  Inflow 

95-0-0  8287 
Gas  SupcrsniLuration 

95-007444 
General 

95-009461 
Geontorphic  Effects 

95-QU9375 

95-009383 
Glaciers 

95-009431 
Hardness 

95-008862 

95-008940 
Hydraulics 

95-009408 
Hydrodynamics 

95-OQB092 
Mypoxla 

95-OOB297 
Ice 

95-008208 

95-008209 

95-009122 

95-009183 

95-009469 
Iron 

95-009285 
Larp.e  Organic  Debris 

95-QQBU6 

95-009319 
Latitude 

95-OOS357 

95-009375 
Light 

95-007153 

?5-007298 

95-007735 

95-007782 

95-007S&1 

95-007  BB3 


Lunnc   Iiif  lupuri 

95-009266 

95-009445 
Magnetic:  Flcltls 

95-0076:11 
Nitrogen 

95-009303 
Kuti-ieiitM 

95-009235 

95-000524 
Ocean  Froni.s 

95-OOH122 
Orgaiiics 

95-008940 
Oxygon 

95-007191 

95-0(17374 

95-007444 

95-007547 

95-00757(1 

95-0076-1)1 

95-007606 

95-007622 


95-007720 
95-007753 
95-007765 
95-0077&7 
95-007840 
95-007063 
95-007866 
95  -00  78  &8 
95-0080UR 
95-008297 
95-008.173 
95-OOB42H 
95-00(151)8 
95-008583 
95-000728 
95-OOHH62 
95-0089:18 
95-009Z91. 

95-00930!) 

95-009402 

95-009599 
pll 

95-0070fKi 

95-0072911 

95-007445 

93-007726 

9S  -007744 

95-0077411 

95-007811 

95-007H6S 

95-008291 

95-008469 

95-008862 

95-008879 

95-008938 

95-008974 

95-009010 

95-0092B3 

95  -009  4  02 
Phosphorus 

95-009303 
Photoperlotlisni 

95-007153 

95-007137 


FR  40(4) 


312 


SUIUECT   INDEX 


iv  1  romnonta  1    Fac 
photoperloillsm 

9S-QOJ19Q 

95-007226 

95-001316 

35-007317 

95-CJ07551 

95-00767(1 


95-008016 

95-DOS091 

95  -008  159 

9S-OOBL72 

95-OGB173 

95-OG81f3& 

9:1-003212 

95-OG836& 

95-OQ922H 

95-00923'. 

95-009330 
Fr^ssurn  KffocLs 

95-007H19 
jU.HnLion 

95-009  ll'J 
!inll[iit.y 

95-0071A.3 

95-00719^ 

95-00720'i 


95-007607 
05-007GOH 
91-0076^7 
95-Q07&49 
95-00^711 
95-007712 
91-00771'. 
95-007721) 
95-  DO  773/i 
95-007736 
95-00  7H2:t 
95-007H2-J 
95-00  7(156 


95-00  79f3,1 
95-008176 
<)fi-00fll77 
95-0(]H2HO 
95-lin02«7 


OS-OOB3B3 


95-UD9439 


95-00952A 
S  c.l  son 


05-007163 
95-00731* 


. ..CONTINUED... 
Environmental  Factors 
Sens  011 

95-007587 

95-007597 

95-007601 

95-007673 

'J5-007737 

9-5-007771 

95-007899 

95-0079'.7 

95-OOB09Q 

93-008131 

95-0081/i2 

95-0061*4 

95-008153 

95-O08158 

95-OOfllf>7 

95-0081.72 

Q5-008177 

95-000198 

95-008216 

95-008226 

95-008228 

95-OOB2/.7 

95-OOS24Q 

95-OOB251 

95-008255 

05-ooazoa 

95-008283 
95-008285 
95-OOS358 
95-OOB3GB 
95-008373 
95-OQ8'.15 
95- DOS'. '.3 
95-008763 
95-009072 
95-009278 
95-009303 
95-009322 
95-009415 
95-00946'. 
95-009*92 
95-009505 
95-009600 
Sedimentation 
95-007198 
95-009388 
Stratification 
95-007085 
95-007226 
95-007229 

95-008161 

95-0082*5 

95-008